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(UN PAY, MAY 81, W01
THE MORNING ASTOMAK, ASTORIA, OKEGOJf.
Stte Gentleman I
From Indiana 1
25.K Doom TAtUilfOTOf ; ;; ;
CmrrVH. 199. VmmkMmr
irWM wumT..rfui Tiow The votinei
couple worked their way arm In arm
lliroiijih (In. ihii kint crowd, never sepa
rating. Kveii nt tlitt lemonade stands
l7 drank holding I hit gin) In tuHr
outer bands. Much aro the mcrlHit
demanded by etiquette. But, obsi-rv
Ing tiit grat'lou outpouring of foil unit
upon the rare rustic Just mentioned, a
jroutb Id a grrwt tie dlsmigaged till
arm -for th drat tint In two liours
frmn that of a girl who Iwked upon
tilm with fond, uncertain smiles and.
conducting ber to a corner of th yard,
bad bar remain tber until lis return
ed. II bad to apeak to lUrtlej Howl
der, be explained.
Than t plunged, mi faced and ex
died. Into tb cirri about tba (bell
Manipulator and offend to lay a wa
fer. "Hoi' oo there, Ilea Frntrlaa," tulckljr
objected a flushed young man beside
tilm. "lea my turn."
"I'm Bret, Hartley," returned tba oth
er. "You can bold ytr bos, I reckon."
"Plenty far each and all, genta," la
terrapted one of the shell men. "Place
jrer epondnltca on da little ball. Wkh
la de net lucky gent to win our mon
ey? Oent bet four slaty five he eea de
little ball go under de middle abell. Up
be corneal Dla time we win a. Piatt
111 can't win every time. Who' de
Bes lucky gentr
feotrl edged alowly out of the cir
cle, abashed and wltb rapidly w hi ten
log cbeeka. He paused for a moment
eutalde, alowly reallalng that all bla
aooey had gone to one wild,, blind
whlrl-tbe money be bad earned ao
hard and eared ao bard to make a boll
day for bla aweetbeart and bimaelf. Ha
tola one glance around the building to
where a patient figure watted for blm.
Then be fled down aide alley and soon
waa out upon the country road, tramp
ing soddenly homeward through the
dual, bla chin aunk In bla breaat and bla
handa cltarued tight at bla side. Now
and then be atopped and bitterly burl
ed a atone at a piping bird on the fence
or gay bobwhlte In the field. At noon
the patient figure waa atlll waiting In
the corner of the courthouse yard, meek
ly twlatlng a coral ring upon ber finger.
Hut the fluahed young man who bad
poken thickly to bet deserter drew an
arled roll of bank bill from bla pock
et and began to bet with tlpey caution,
while 'the circle about the gambler
watched with fervid Interest, especially
Mr. llardlork, town marshal.
From far up Main afreet came the
cry "She'a a-comln'l She' a -cumin!"
and this announcement of the parade
proving only one of a dozen false
alarma a thousand dlaruMlona took
place over old fashioned silver time
piece aa to when "she" waa really due.
flcboflelds' nenry waa mocb appealed
to aa an arbiter In these discussions,
from a aenae of bis having a good deal
to do wltb time In a general sort of
way, and thus Schoflelds' came to be
reminded that It waa getting on toward
10 o'clock, whereas. In the eicltement
of festival, be bad not yet struck 0.
Tbla, rushing forthwith to do, he did,
and, In the elation of the moment, seven
r eight besides. Miss Helen 8herwood
waa looking down on the mass of shift
lag color from a aecend atory window
f the courthouse, and ahe bad tba
pleasure of seeing fkboflelds emerge
oa the atepa beneath her when the belle
had done and beard the cheer (led by
Mr. Martin) wltb which the crowd
greeted bla appearance after tbe per
formance of hla feat ' ' '
She turned beamingly to ITarkleea.
"What a family It is!" ahe laughed.
"Just one big, jolly family! I didn't
now people could be like tbla until
came to Plattvtlla.".
"That la the word for It," he aald
resting bla band on the casement be
aide her. "I used to think it was deso
late, bnt that wm long ago." He lean
ed from the window to look down. In
hla dark check waa a glow the Carlow
folks had never seen there, and some
how he seemed less thin and tired than
usual; Indeed, he did not seem tired at
all, by far the contrary, and bo carried
himself upright, when he waa not
looping to see under the bat, though
not aa If he thought about It "I be
lieve they are the beat people I kuow,"
be went on. "Perhaps It Is because
they bave been so kind to me; but
they are kind to each other, too kind,
"I know," ahe aald, nodding, "I
know. There are fat women, women
who rock and rock on plauaa by the
aea, and they apeak of country people
aa the 'lower classes.' How bappy
this big family la In not knowing It la
the lower classes!"
"We haven't read Nordau down
here," aald John. "Old Tom Martin's
favorite work Is The Descent of Man,'
and Mias Tlbba carea moat for 'Lalla
Eookh' and 'Beulah.' And why not?"
"it waa a gin irom oouiupnm uuuu
bridge, Mass" aald Uolen, "who heard
I was from Indiana and asked me If
I didn't 'bate to live so far away from
thing.' " There waa a pause while she
leaned out of the window with her face
side from him. Then ahe remarked
orelessly, "I met ber at Winter Har
bor." Do yon go to Winter Harbor?" he
asjss?. ; :
S31 JVCe Ce,
kr MtClmm. TUMp Ok, Ce.
' (,n ll1"" uojmrr
until this one for years. Have you
friends who go tVre?'
"1 had once. There waa a classmate
of mine from Rouen"
"What waa bla name? Tcrhape 1
know blm." 8b stole a glance at blm
and aaw that hla face bad fallen into
V'Hfl'a forgotten me, I dare aay. ,1
haven't aeeo blm for seven year, and
that's a long time, you know, and he'
'out In the world,' where remembering
1 harder. Here la riattvlll we don't
"Were you ever at Winter Harbor?"
"I waa once. I spent a very bappy
day there long ago, when you must
bave been a little girl. Were yon there
" Lis ten!" ahe cried. "Tbe procession
la coming. Look at the people!"
, Tbe parade bad seised a psychologic
al moment There waa a fanfare of
train pets In tbe east. Lines of people
rushed for (be street, and one look
ed down on tbe big atraw bat and
sue bonnets and many kind of finer
bead apparel tossing forward they
seemed like surf aweeplng up the long
beaches, gbe was coming at laat The
boy a wbooped la the middle of the
street Dome tossed their arme to
heaven, other expressed their emotion
by somersaults; those moat deeply
moved walked on their band, In tbe
distance one aaw over tbe bead of the
multitude tosalog banner and the
moving crests of triumphal cars, where
"cohort were shining In purple and
There waa another flourish of music,
Then all tbe band gave aonnd, and,
with the blare of brass and the crash
of drums, the glory of the parade burst
upon riattvllle. Glory In the utmost!
Tbe Impetus of the march time music.
tbe flare of royal banners, tbe smiling
of beautiful court ladle and great silk
en noble, tbe ewaylng of bowdah on
camel and elephant and the awesome
abnklng of tbe earth beneath the ele
phant'a feet and his' devastating eye
(every ona declared be looked the
alarmed Mr. BUI Snoddy, stoutest dtl
sen of the county, full In the face aa be
passed him, and Mr. Snoddy felt not at
all reassured when, Tom Martin aevere
ly hinted that It was wltb the threaten
ing glance of a rival); then the badi
nage of the clown,' creaking by In bla
donkey cart; tbe terriflo recklessness of
tbe spangled hero who waa drawn
along In a cage with two striped tigers
the delight of ail tbla glittering pomp
and pageantry needed evn more thun
walking on your band to express.
Laat of all came the tooting calliope,
followed by ewnniis of boy aa It exe
cuted "Walt Till the Clouds Roll By,
Jennie," with Infinite gusto.
When It bad gone Mias Sherwood's
gase relaxed she bad been looking on
a eagerly a any child and ahe turned
to apeak to Harkless and discovered
that he waa no longer In tbe room. In
stead she found Minnie and Mr. Wll
letta, whom be bad summoned from
"He waa called away," explained
Llge. "He thought he'd be back before
the parade waa over and aald you were
enjoying It ao much he didn't want to
apealc to you."
Minnie laughed. "Oh, everybody sends
for Mr. IUrklesa,"
"It wa a farmer nam of Bowlder,"
added Mr. Wlllett. "HI son Hartley 'a
drinking again, and there ain't any on
but Harkless can do anything with
him. You let blm tackle a sick man to
nurse or a tipsy feller to Jwindle. and I
tell you." Mr. Wlllett went on, wltb
enthusiasm, "be 1 at borne. Iteata
me, and lota of pv.e don't think col
lege doe a man any good. Why, tbe
way be cured old Fla" Mlsa Briscoe
"See!" she cried, pointing out of tbe
window. "Look out there! Something'
There waa a swirl In the crowd be
low. Men were running around a cor
ner of tbe courthouse, and the women
and children were harking after. They
went ao faat and there were so many
of thorn that Immediately that whole
portion of the yard became a pushing,
tugging, aqulrmlng Jam of people.
"It's on the other side," said Llge.
"We can e from the hall window.
Come quick before these other folk fill
It up." i ' '
They followed him acroa the build
ing and looked down on an agitated
swarm of faces. Five men were stand
Ing on the entrance atepa to the door
below them, and the crowd waa thick
ly massed beyond, leaving a little semi
circle clear about the atepa. Those be
hind struggled to get closer and leaped
In the air to catch a glimpse of what
wa going on. Harklesa atood alone on
the top atep, bla band resting on the
shoulder of tbe pale and contrite and
sobered Hartley. On the loweat atep
Jim Bnrdlock waa standing wltb sheep
ishly banging bead and between htm
and Harkless the two gambler of the
walnut sheila. Tbe Journalist held Id
his hand the iniplementa of their pro
fession. "Yes; give up every cent" ,be aald
quietly.. "You've taken $36 from this
lt Mand.lt over." ' ' .
' TlieTrien 'begun to edge flown closer
to the crowd, giving little, swift des
perate, searching looks from left to
right and right to left and moving nerv
ously about like wessel In a trap.
"Close ' up, there," said Uarkles.
"Don't let there out."
"W'y ain't we git M square treat
meat beret' one of tbe gambler whin
ed. Bat hi eye blexed with a rage
that belled tbe plaintive passivity of
hi tone. "W ain't been runnln' oo
skin. W'y d'ye ay we fotter give np
our Own money? You fotter prove It
was g kin. , W risked our money
fir." .; U t'i f
"Prove It? Come np here, Epb Watt.
Friends" - the editor turned to tbe
crowd, smiling-"friends, here' a roan
w ran out of town once because be
knew too much about things of this
sort He' com bark to na again, and
he' here to stay. , He'll give u an, ob
ject lesson on the shell game." t
"If pretty almple," remarked Mr.
Watt. "Ilia best way la to pick' np
the ball with your second finger and
tbe back part of your tbumb, aa you
pretend to lay -tbe shell down over It
this way." He Illustrated and showed
severs I method of manipulation wltb
professional sang frold, and a be
made plan tbe vulgar swindle by which
many bad been duped that morning
there arose au angry and threatening
"You all see," aald Harklesa, raialng
bla voice, "what a almple cheat It le
an old. wornout one. Yet a lot of yon
lost your own money on it and then
stood by, staring like Idiots, and let
Hartley Bowlder lose 8d, and not one
of yon lifted a hand. How hard did
yotf work for what these two cheap
crook took from yon? Ah," he cried,
"It la because yon were greedy that
they robbed yon so easily I You know
It' true. It' when yon want to get
aomethlng for nothing that tbe 'con
fidence men' steal tbe money yon aweat
for and make you the laughingstock
of tbe country. And yon, Jim Bard-
lock, town marshal; yon, who con
fee that you "went In tbe game 00
cent' worth' yourself HI face wa
wrathful and atern a be raised bis ac
cusing band and leveled It at tbe un
Tbe town marshal amlled uneasily
and deprecatlngly about blm and, see
ing only angry, frowning brows, bear
Ing only word of condemnation, passed
bla band unsteadily over bis fat mua
tacbe, ahlf ted from one leg to the other
and back again, looked up, looked
down, and then, an amiable and pleaa-
ore loving man, beholding nothing but
accusation and wrath In heaven and
earth and wiahlng nothing more than
to alnk Into tbe water under the
earth, but having oo way of reaching
them, and finding bl trouble quite
unbearable and himself unable to meet
the manifold eye of man, be Bought re
lief after tbe unsagacloua faablon of
a larger bird than be. Hla burly form
underwent a eerie of convulsions not
unlike sobs, and he abut his eye tight
and held them ao, presenting a picture
of misery unequaled in tbe memory of
Ton, you, a man. elected fo"
any apectator. Tbe editor' outstretch
ed hand began to shake. "You," be
tried to continue; "you, a man elected
There came from the crowd the aound
of a sad. high keyed voice drawling,
"That's a nice vest Jim's got on, but It
ain't hardly the feather fltten for an
ostrich, la It?"
Harkless broke Into a ringing laugh
and turned to the shell men. "Give up
the boy's money. Hurry."
"Step down here and git It laid the
one who had spoken.
There wua a turbulent motion In the
crowd, and a cry arose: "Run 'em out!
Ride 'em on a rail! Tar and feathers!
Run 'em out o' town!"
"I wouldn't dillydally long if I were
you," aald Harklesa. A roll of bills was
sullenly placed In hi hand, which b
counted and turned over to the elder
Bowlder. One of the shell men clutched
the editor aleeve with his dirty hand.
"We hain't done wl .youse," he aald
hoarsely. "Don't belief It not for f
The town marshal opened hla eyea
briskly and, placing a hand on each ot
the gamblers, aald, "I do hereby arrest
your said persona and declare you my
The cry arose again louder: "Run 'em
out! String 'em up! Hang 'em! Hang
them!" And a forward rush waa made.
"Tbla way, Jim. Quick!" cried Hark
lesa, bending down and Jerking one of
the gamblers half way up tbe step
"Get through tbe ball to the other side
and then run 'em to tbe lockup. No
one will stop you that way. Watts and
I will hold this door." . ' .
Bnrdlock huetled his prisoners through
the doorway, andherowdj?uahe4. up
fla sHiiTtTnTeTIailTcia iTFuggTeJ To
hsep tb vestibule clear until Watt
gut tb double doors closed. "Stand
back, there!" be shouted "If all over.
Don't b foolish. The law 1 good
enough for os. Stand back, will too?"
He wa shoving vigorously with open
nana ana elbow, when compact little
group of men suddenly dashed op the
step . together, and a heavy stick
wung out over their head. A wtraw
hat with a gay ribbon sailed through
tbe air. Tbe editor's 1000- arms went
out swiftly from bl body In several
flirecuona, the bends not open, bnt
clinched and bard. Tbe next Instant
be and Mr. Watt stood alone on tbe
steps, and a man wltb a bleeding, blas
pheming mouth dropped bl stick and
tried to lose blmsrlf in the crowd. Mr.
Watt wa returning something be had
not need to his hip' pocket
"Prophet of Israel!" eiclalmed Wil
liam Todd ruefully. "It wasn't Epb
Watts' pistol. Did yon see Mr. Hark
lesa? I waa up on them atep when be
begun. I don't believe be need aa
mnch takln' care of aa w think."
"Wasn't it ooe of them Crossroads
devil that knocked bl bat off?" aaked
Judd Bennett "I thought I see Bob
Bkillett run up wltb a club."
Harkles threw open the door be
hind him. Tbe ball wa empty. "You
tny come In now," be aald. "Thi lan'l
HEY walked (lowly back along
the pike toward the brick
bouse. He waa stooping very
much aa they walked. He
wanted to be told that be could look at
ber for a thousand year. Tbe email
face waa rarely and exqulattely mod
eled, but perhaps Just now the salient
characteristic of ber beauty (for the
salient characteristic seemed to be a
different thing at different times) wa
the coloring, a delicate glow under the
white akin, a glow that bewitched him
In Its seeming to reflect the rich bene
diction of the noonday un that biased
Once be had thought the way to tbe
Briscoe homestead rather a long walk,
but now tbe distance aped malignantly.
Strolled they never ao slow, It wa lea
than a "young bird's flutter from a
wood." With ber acquiescence be rolled
a cigarette, and abe began to bum light
ly the air of a song, a song of Ineffably
getftle, alow movement ,
That and a reference of tbe morning
and perhape the amell of hi tobacco
mingling with tbe fragrance of her
rosea, awoke again the old reminla
cenc of the night before. A clearly
outlined picture rose before blm-the
high green slopes and cool cliff walla
of the coast of Maine and tbe sharp
little estuary wave he lazily watched
through half closed lids while tbe pale
amoke of bl cigarette blew oot under
tbe rail of a waxen deck where be lay
cushioned. And again a woman pelted
hla face with baodfuls of rose petals
and cried: "Up. lad. and at 'em! Yon
der la Winter Harbor!" Again he eat
In the oak raftered casino, breathless
with pleasure, and beard a young girl
k'ng the "Angel' Serenade," a young
girl who looked so bravely unconscious
of tbe big, bushed crowd that listened,
looked ao pure and bright and gentle
and good, that be had spoken of ber as
"Sir Galahad's little sister." He bad
been much taken with this child, but
be bad not thought of her from that
tlm? to this, be supposed. He bad al
most forgotten ber. No! Her face
suddenly stood out to his view aa
though be saw her with hla physical
eye, a sweet and vivacioua chlld'a face,
with light brown balr and gray eyea
and a abort upper Hp like a curled rose
leaf. And tbe voice
He stopped abort "You are Tom
Meredith's little cousin."
"Tbe great Harklesa," abe answered
and atretched out ber band to blm.
"I remember you."
"lan't It timer
"Ah. bnt I "never forgot your he
cried. "1 thought I bad. I didn't know
who It waa I waa remembering. I
thought it wa fancy, and It waa mem
ory. I never forgot your voice, sing
ing, and I remembered your face, too,
though I thought I didn't." He drew
a deep breath. "That was why"
"Tom has not forgotten you," she
said aa he paused.
"Would you mind shaking hands
once more?" he asked.
She gave him her hand again. "With
all my heart Why?"
"I'm making a record of it; that's
all. Thank you." )
"They called me 'Sir Galahad's lit
tie sister' all one aummer because th
great John Harklesa called me that
You danced with me In tbe evening." i
"Ah," abe aald, shaking ber bead,
"you were too busy being in love with
pretty Mrs. Van Skuyt to remember a
waits with only me! I waa allowed to
meet you aa a reward for singing my
very boat and you you bowed with
the Indulgence of a grandfather and
aaked me to dance." ;
"Like a grandfather! How young I
waa then! How" tJm change na!"
"I'm afraid my conversation did oot
make a great Impression upon you."
"But It did. I am remembering very
fast If you will wait a moment I will
tell you some of the things you said."
Tbe girl laughed merrily. Whenever
ahe laughed he realized that It waa be
coming terribly difficult not to tell ber
bow adorable ahe waa. "I wouldn't
risk It if I were you," ahe warned him.
"because I didn't speak to you at all.
I shut my Up tight and trembled all
over every bit of the time I was danc
ing with you. I did not sleep that
nighC and I waa unhappy, wondering
what the great Harklesa would think
of me. I knew be thought me unutter
ably stupid because I couldn't talk to
dhim wordjhaj 1
htm. I wanted to send him word that
! "knew T TslTlHirea XTih. I couUiTt
endure that he shouldn't know that I
knew I bad. But be was not thinking
of me to any way. He had gone to
aea again la bl white boat the un
grateful pirate, cruising with Mrs. Van
"How time doe change us!" said
John. "You are wrong, though. I did
think of you. I bave aT
"Yea," be Interrupted, tossing her
bead la airy travesty of the stage co
quette, "you think ao I mean, you say
o-oow. Away with you and your
And ao they went through the warm
noontide, and little be cared for the
beat that wilted tbe fat mullein leave
nd made the barefoot boy who passed
by skip gingerly through tbe burning
dust wltb anguished mouth and watery
eye. Little be knew of tbe katydid that
suddenly whirred Its mills of shrillness
In the maple tree and sounded so hot
hot hot; or that other that railed at the
country quiet from tbe dim, cool shade
round the brick bouse, or even tbe rain
crow that sat on the fence and swore to
them In tbe face of a unny iky that
they should see rain ere tbe day were
done. Little tbe young man recked of
what he ate at Judge Briscoe' good
noon dinner chicken wing and young
roaa'n ear, hot roil a light as tb fluff
of a aummer cloudlet and honey and
milk and apple butter flavored 'like
pice of Arabia and fragrant flaky
cherry pie and cool, rich, yellow cream.
Llge Wlllett wss a lover, yet be said
be aaked no better tbaa to Just go oa
eating that cherry pi till a tweet
death overtook him; but railroad sand
wiches and restaurant chop might
have been set before Harklesa for all
the difference It would have made to
him.. ' .
(Continued Next Sunday.)
The leading merchant of Astoria
possess equal advantages with those
of larger cities. This waa exemplified
yesterday when iFlsher Bros." Com
pany received a carload of fine ash
boat car direct from the manufac
turer at Baton Rogue, La. Fishermen"
who aaw them yesterday pronounced
them the finest oars that they bave
ever seen In this city. Fisher Bro
make a specialty of the best obtain
able and no doubt this shipment will
meet with a ready sale.
" Iha.ai rwrtofe.
Fulham I probably the oldest con
tinuously owned property In tb Brit
ish kingdom. It haa belonged to th
bishop of London for 1300 year and
ha survived all the changes, ecclesi
astical and civil, which the church and
state of England hare witnessed In
that time. .
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Present their comedy success.
"O'Donavan DunnM. P."
A. J. ELWELL (
Entitled "Good Night Beloved, Good
Showing latest Motion Picture
"Wanted, a Dog." '
Admission, Any Seat It cents.
Regular Line of Steamer from
San Francisco to Astoria &
The First-Class Steel Steamer
RE DON DO
make regular trip between Saa
Francisco aad Astoria and. Portland,
sailing from each end about every two '
Haa excellent passenger accommo
dation, both cabin and steerage
For freight or paaaage apply to
TAYLOkAYOUNG & CO.,
General Agents, Portland.
S. Elmore (EL Co.
or to th owner Swaync & Hoyt
and he will
Is the Crick Train of tbem git for
COMFORT an J ELECAKCE-
The'tirAet office t Portland is at'
255 Morrison St., Cor. 3d.
A. D. CHARLTON. ,
Assistant General Pveeenger Agent.
PORTLAND, OREGON. A
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOURNEY, t
If your ticket read over the Den
ver and Rio Grand Railroad, the
"Scenic tin of the World."
There are ao many ecenlc attrac
tion and points of Intereet alone
the line between Of Jen and Den
ver that the trip never become)
If you are going East, write for In
formation and get a pretty book that
will tell you all about it
VV. C McBrlds, General Agent.
124 Third Street
PORTLAND. ....-.. OREGON