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TIIK PAGE SIX TIMES-NEW- Thursday, December 24, 1936 NEPIII. UTAH S. "Stand to one side. Bob," mur- here alone now, girl. Why not take mured Pardaloe. "I'm goln' to but on a mute to help yon run it? You an' I have had some little differ It" know, but nothln' to lie threw his shoulder against ences, the door. A It crashed open, I'ar- - amount to anything. Why couUn't walked In jou an I settle down, here to run laloe, followed by to the dining room. 1 he door to things togetber? if you'd say the lie living room vtood open, 'lids word, June raised her bund. "Oh. I room, inspected, reveuled uo feign know, Dave, but I've got too much f disturbance. Of the two bedroom doors open to worry about to think about geting off this room, the door, one ting uiurrled." mm mi "But I know the big ranch so leading to Vun Tumbrl's bedroom. was cloHeU. Setting toe lamp on well. I know how your father ran the table la the middle of the room, It. Don't you like me, Jane?" "Why, Dave. I buv rtnly kind I'urdaloe knocked on Vun Tambel's door, and. getting no reply, tried feelings for you but I can't talk personal matters now." It The door was locked. "Look here, Jane," be said ag- Purdaloe called out, "If you're In "Is there another man there, Gus, unlock your door. I'm gresHlvely, in your tulnd?" here to talk with you." Pardaloe you've got l;lie met the unxlaught quietly. waited la silence a response from I told you I wouldn't talk person- within. fPAMK H ?PfARMAH COPVSlCHT tlir-Into the himself Pardaloe ruiiiPd blow after blow on dim till door. It gave no easily that be CHAPTER XII Continued stumbled ncros the threshold. he sutik to the floor. Then, 1 lie bedroom was dark. Scott You duD't he dropped the etnke and, be"Yes, I know you. Ifave tills house I" spattered with blood, staggered out relighted tlio '.amp. Pardaloe held Landing evtry goritrnc? with rnge of the barn and over to t tie home. It above his head and, followed by cott, walked Into the bedroom. and onlhs, Vun Tiiinbfl seized a Quong, watching stealthily, fie J for They saw the huge figure of a eultcnse from Hie bed. dashed It to town. man lying across the bed. I'urdaloe, the. floor, stumped on It, tore tlio In the cubbyhole otllf-of elothea nut of the Ri'cond one passing the lamp to his companion, livery burn in Sleepy Cat, Hit his hnnd on the man's shoul rlMed to pieces every garment In It. "Now you co to town if you dnr ' S.iwdy, Bob Scott, and McAI pin snt ler, saw that he was unconscious. ha roared. "And If you leave this on three stools, Kllent and absorbed and peering closer, turned the face bouse today, never como buck If In a three cornered bout at poker. toward him. It was an Tambel. "Call Carpy, quick. Bob," mut- you do I'll kick you out Cet out The frightened Quong, trotting and of my BlKl't, before I choke you 1" walking from Gunloek and crossing tered Pardaloe. "He's unconscious." When Carpy stalked into the She hurried from the room and the bridge, reached McAlpln's In pitiable condition. Throwing his room, Sawdy with him, the doctor, from the house. olllce aided by his companion, turned the What should she do? Escape was hands against the glass-pane- l first la her thoughts, us she hur- door, he burst In and fell. body partly over and examined 'How is he. Doc?" whispered Pur The gamesters Jumped to their ried up the hill trull. When she could partially collect her distractfeet. McAlpIn broke Into angry ex- daloe. ed senses, she bad wandered well clamation: "What the devil I Can't "Dead." Into the hills. She threw herself we have a friendly game In my own Already seized by the excruciat on the ground and tried to think. quarters without a drunken bum ing pain that cost him bis life. Van Tambel had left bis victim and She never knew how long abe was chargln" In?"' there. But ahadowa were lengthenSnwdy, less Inlent on saving his staggered In bis distress to the ing when abe rose. She waa hun- money and chips, had turned Quong house. gry. There was nothing to do but partly over, "lt'a a chink, boys. "It was a quick call, boys," said bo down and get something to eat; There must be a tong war on." Carpy to those around him. then. If she could keep out of eight Transfixed by agony, the cruel Bob Scott, coolest of the trio, of her father, to start for town. bent to scan the Intruder's features. features could not be softened. She walked to the house In fear "Nothing more to be done here," "Who Is It Bob?" exclaimed McBut she reached the kitchen withsaid Carpy In the living room "Doctorl" She Exclaimed Faintly, AlpIn. out seeing her father. Quong gave Take Bull over to tbe bunkhouse "He's Dead." "It's Quong, the cook out at Gun-loc- now her dinner. lie told her her father and lay him on his bed." boys." had gone to the Reservation. Afraid hoofs was beard alltles now, and I won't so let's Laid out on the hostler's little In The clatter of that ber father would return betbe boys back go on." the "It's yard. For a fortnight nothing further fore she could get away, Jane start- bunk, Quong's eyes opened and from town," said Sawdy, looking ed for the corral. Bull Page was closed. window. Carpy turned occurred to break the routine of the through "What Is Quong? What's to Pardaloe. "Go out and tell ranch work, and McCrossen said no fastening the gate when Jane walked up to him. "I must go to wrong?" asked Scott them what's happened, and not to more. The general impression in town was With his eyes popping from his touch a as far as town. Bull. I want a horse." thing until after tbe coro- Jane was that Denlson, concerned, was out of tbe "It's agin orders, Mtss Jane, to head, Quong managed to form a ner comes out." let a horse out for you. Gua ta word: "Bulll" he exclnlmed, hoarse Doctor Carpy came Into break running. occurred in Sleepy and panting. "Bull Page I" mad for some cause." fast late next morning. Jane, who CatNo excitement until one day John Lefever was "lie says Bull Page," explained had finished ber breakfast rallied "I know. Bull. Lie's angry at Scott "What's a matter wltb Bull, him, as she rose. me." reported arrived at Thief River with a herd of cattle for the reservation. Bull scratched his head. "Ilia or- Quong?" am he admitted. "I late," Sawdy, who bad gone to work at ders are dead agin lettin' a horse go eyes rolled In terror. Quong' "Night work?" Gunloek when Lefever left for Tex"Gus." out" He nodded. rode down to Thief River to about Gus?" "Yes, "No matter. Bull. Never mind." Standing beside the table, she as, check the herd In at "He kill him." She started to wnlk away. "What was looking over the newspaper. help Lefever Gunloek Agency and to give him 'What do you mean? Bull killed you goln" to do, Missy Jane?" He put his arm around ber. big Sleepy Cat news. She turned with a sorry smile. Gus? No!" "Sit down a minute, Jane. I've theBut Lefever, too, brought news. "Guess I'll have to walk. Good-by.- " "Gus kill Bull." something to say to you. News for Tbe two cronies sat down to comexclaimed be I'll She waved her hand to him, for she "Well, damned," you." notes. waa fond of poor Bull, and walked Sawdy. "It looks like a straight She blanched a bit "About Bill. pare In"I want to tell you somethln' I on. story, boys. That why you run Doctor?" she asked anxiously. "Hold on," he cnlled, hobbling to town, Quong?" "Not a thing In the world about ran Into nearln Thief Ulver," said "There's a little slaughLefever. The China boy nodded. after her. "Hold on I You ain't Bill. It's about your father." In' ranch a mile south of town The trio consulted together. A goln' to walk clear to Sleepy Cat Oh, I know tie a terribly an ter run by our old friend. Clubfoot, not by a derned sight. Hold on !" team was hitched to a three-seategry I" butcher remember how he "Bull, I don't want to make democrat wagon, Quong was helped Carpy shook his head. "Not now, the trouble for you. I'll walk." Jane. lie's not angry with any skinned us on the horse race? While our herd was headin' for the "Trouble be damned. I've seen body now." I stopped for a few minutes river, Gus mad before he'll get over It do What "Doctorl you mean? where a couple of his boys were I'm going to saddle a horse." nave you seen him?" Jane hesitated. But, dragged out He nodded. "Yes, last night You loadin' a wagon with hides for shipas she was by excitement and worry, know how sick a man he's been " ping. I happened to know one of "Doctorl" she exclaimed faintly. the boys. lie wrangled for us, comshe doubted whether she could make ln" up once. Aud I noticed all the town on foot She surrendered and He's dead!" hides I saw him tyln' up had a Gun- climbed onto the horse be bad sad"lie died last night" She hid ber face In his arm and lock brand. dled. ' 'How's this? I says. 'Does Van broke Into tears. A dispute with the agent on the this Reservation over a cattle delivery Jane, your father has lived his Tambel peddle his steers down He winked at rr.e an' life -- there was nothing for him to way?" held Van Tambel at Flambeau unlaughed. 'This bunch," saya he, 'was look ahead to. til late. Bull Page unsaddled and put Van Tambel'a horse Into the "This means a great change In poker steers.'" "It looks like McCrossen Is run-nlcorral. your life, girl. I guess I'll show off Gunloek cattle to pay his "Where's Jane's pony?" Van Tamyou up to tbe hospital. Bill must bel demanded. know this. Now I've got good news poker debts," said Sawdy. When Lefever had made his defor you and no fooling. Yon have "Why, I guess she'a out with It, he marched with Sawdy up livery, Gus," suggested BulL one a a big surprise and happy to the hospital to call on their disVan Tambel flared up. "Didn't I coming at the hospital. I took the abled side partner, Denlson. give you and everybody else orders bandages off Bill's eyes yesterday Bill had been promoted from a not to let her take a horse till I to examine them and his eyes are much better. If we can only bold dark room to a shaded one. gave permission?" "If I knew I was going to lose it nowl"- "Why, yes, Gus," admitted Bull beeyes, boys," said he, "that my "I but haltingly would be one thing. I could end lieve you did." CHAPTER XIII It all or settle down to making "You believe I did I" echoed Van But Doc PAGE was only a broken baskets for a living. Tambel, enraged. "IIow did she get BULL to save a horse out of my corral?" but Bull was loved at keeps telling me he's going me and that keeps hopmy eyes; to come here she down get "Why, Sleepy Cat ber pony op herself so I helped Yet even resentment at the name ing so the days and weeks hang same, It's tough, when ber a little." of Van Tambel in Sleepy Cat was on. All thewere laid up before In The veins In Van Tambel's huge softened somewhat when men heard you never neck swelled. Grabbing Bull with Ha Fastened His Iron Fingers on of Jane's unremitting attention at your life. What's tbe news with you fellows?" the Old Man's Throat bis powerful hands, he fastened his Bull's side In the hospital. The visitors talked about the disIron fingers on the old man's throat To Jane's Infinite relief. Bull re Into with and driving, It, McAlpln Lefever had made of tbe covery C him to unlock. choked and covered and went back pitilessly, pouring to was an air of hides at Thief River. on him as he did so a torrent of the four set out for the Jail waapick there ranch the At in up BUI Pardaloe. Pardaloe The visitors talked about the discurses heard by Quong. cheer when Jane was Installed : ev bed. They routed hlra out and erybody on tiptoe to render serv- covery Lefever had made of the Only by struggling for his very drove over to the hotel to pick up Thief River. life was Bull able to wriggle free ice. McCrossen was especially eager hides at ranchman listened The half-blinfrom the deadly grip. In doing so, Doctor Carpy. to please. Two hours later tbe party halted with not any noticeable Intently, know be fell backward to the ground I guess you "Well, Jane, But Sawdy imagined scrambled to his feet and ran into before the dark, silent ranch house. whatever I can do to take care of excitement In the stall farthest from the he could seen Denlson lighting up. the barn. things Is goln to be done, twenty "Seeln' you're not fixed up Just It was inside the barn that Bull's door they found Van Tambel'a vic four hours a day if need be," he voice was heard by the China boy tim. Incredible as tbe possibility said. "All you have to do Is to right yet Is there anything you'd like us to do about it?" Sawdy begging for mercy. "Why, Gus," he seemed to Carpy, poor Bull, left leave It to me." of out himself had alone, a for on "Jane's dragged nice Don't everyshall yon Urged, glrL "I depend (TO BE COST I SUED) take It so bard. I've worked for the stall and lay on his back. thing," ahe returned. over him held a lantern on. Carpy you a good many years, off an' "Everything, Jane?" he echoed. Smallest Human You always found me honest, didn't His face and head had been bat Jane was not caught "Everything Smallest adult human being In tered almost beyond recognition, you ?" connected with running the ranch," the world Is claimed to be Harold "He's close to dead, boys, ex she said evenly. Van Tambel uttered no word. He to his bad pursued Bull to the farthest claimed Carpy, But It became Increasingly evi- Pyott the English midget His age "Get him to the kltch dent as the days went by that the Is twice his height in Inches, his corner of an empty stall and, filled companions. birthday being In Sepwith silent, murderous rage, caught en. While I'm working with him energetic foreman still regarded forty-sixtHe weighs 24 pounds and tember. himself as a suitor. up a broken wagon stake and look for Van Tambel." One morning they were riding to- can sit comfortably Inside an orThey carried Bull to the kitchen wung It over his head. "Don't hit me with that Gus," cried the fright door. Scott entered carefully and gether in the hills when McCros- dinary silk hnt. He Is of strong and ened man. A low, fearful Impreca groping In the dnrk, struck a match sen opened up the subject most on healthy constitution, and his mental tlon from Van Tambel answered and lighted the lamp. Bull, breath his mind. They bad halted In ttielr faculties are fully developed. He is ing stertorously, was laid on the saddles to discuss some plans for 12 inches less than the renowned him. a strip of land below them when Gen. Tom Thumb of I'.arnum fame. "Now I'll give you. what'a comln' table. Pardaloe tried the door leading to McCrossen in his confident manner He has traveled round the world, to yon I" to the dining room. It was locked. changed the subject touring Afrba as far back as 1303, "Why, Gus, you ain't a June. of a on whale ne played twice In the pantomime, He ranch, "It's agnt I" It rapped rapped kill me Thumb," appeared three loudly, but the summons brought It certainly Is, an' with a thousand "Hop Cunting and mad for blood. Van things to look after. You're left times hefore royally. Tambel struck at the cowboy and no reply. Ma Jane" i UUfflJlOCk tir JLI a '3 If. 7 FRANK SPEARMAN sml-denl- e McAI-plu'- it it Gus--wh- at d BRISBANE THIS WEEK. in SciS$ d low-voice- h W VIW From OM China he Wore lioy'n Clot'u-The Long Farewell Dangerous Cold, in liiix-i- a A roar comes from the great a Chinese the 400,000.000 that live, labor. die and are exploited. The Chinese GeneralissiV mo Chiang 1 attached to the ancient Chinese belief that right is so powerful that it docs not "require to be supported or by might," is arrested by his mutinous troops deArthur HrUbniiff manding "an immediate declara tion of war against Japan; recovery of all Chinese territory, including Manchuria." This outbreak worries Tokyo, and it might, if China had a few fighting leaders, with enough airplanes and good pilots. China now is like Niagara Falls before the turbines were put in, much power going to waste. What could military genius and modern weapons accomplish, backed by a nation of 400,000,000? dragon, Kai-She- Helen Coberly said she "never liked girl's clothes, wanted to be a boy." Millions of other girls have said that Helen lived up to it put on boy's clothes, went through the boys' high school to the senior class, earning her way "digging ditches, mending fences." Known to be a girl, expelled from the class, she weeps. Some Intelligent young man with blue eyes and a kind heart, marrying Helen Coberly, might some day be the father of a great American. The Former King Edward has bid farewell to England, and England and the rest of the world bid farewell to the young man, who told his people: "I have found it impossible to carry the heavy burden of responsibility without the help and support of the woman I love." A good many men might say that who do not realize it Whoever wrote, or helped to write that broadcast it was a sincere, touching farewell to the world's highest position, and well done. There is no doubt that the young King inspired it Russia's production of gold in creases rapidly, with 144 gold fields active; the total production not less than $200,000,000 a year, and ac cording to some estimates nearly $500,000,000. Russia already surpasses Canada and the United States in gold production, and expects soon to surpass the British South African gold fields, and all the gold goes to the government Prospectors and miners get "praise." This gold production does not mean greater power for bolshevism. Quite the other way, it may be the worst thing that could happen to the Karl theory. As nations and individuals become rich they become conservative. n' 24 Showing Three New Styles There is still reverence for English kings in "democratic America." In New York clubs of "aristocratic" membership all rose when the broadcast began, and not one sat down while the King was speaking. In England they sat down, they are used to kings there. Mrs. C H. Wilson of Columbia, S. C, went farther; her house was on fire, she told firemen, let me know if you think the roof will fall. and went on listening to Prince Edward, whi'e the house burned. 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