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TITE EXAMINED: MOIiXIXfi OGDEN, UTAH. MOUSING, MONDAY FOTEMEEB 3. then made bi uuy wry sofiy to the tile mast. Adele remained motionless, hi round amidships In the ladled quarter, with her arms still clasped ln-allotted to bis wife. In neck and her check pressed against his which had and. ten minute Adele bud shoulder. Fb had fainted. Ito Catlnat raised his wife and bore with her valuables la a little bundle, Toher down to the cabin of oue of tbe la- had slipped out from her cabin. dies who bad already shown them gether they made their way npon deck ones more and crept aft under tha soma kindness. A brief order waa givCONAN DOYLE. By en that the old merchant should be shadow of the bulwark. They wer Amber of "Ths laaa al lhariaak burled in the river tLat night, and almost there when lto Catlnat stopped suddenly and . ground out an oath then, save for a sullniaker who fasround him. mankind through hi clinched teeth. Between tened canvas the OcptriehLlWl by Harpar A Brothers had dona Us laat for Ttonpkil Catlnat. Ikeai and the rape ladder there waa With the survivors, however, it waa Standing in a dim patch of murky light AFTER XIX. different, and when the troops were nil th grim figure of a Franctocaa friar. But Ito Catinat waa itat a aiaa with of disembarked they were mustered In rolouy It ? offito trifle. H a lifv It was an whom and deck, th little the group upon shipwrrrlird party ASINGM-Atvaolve aud one of been decided bad ault tuck upon cer 1 of the governor's ttoinerlvre now to v what should he dona with them. Ha iwompt action Was ihi vinJU-ttmember. The Ft, fhrltoib Nes to and mouwtH last friar the humored, at waa n portly, good ruddy had left tbnre week tofitr It waa a with four small aonaorta ronrrylng 5wl cheeked tuna, but De Catlnat aaw with tware him a 'id iMsioul soldiers to help tba straggling colour apprehension that the Franciscan friar dangerous pomtioa to take. Tto guardsha advanced man pulled Adeie Into tho shadow of ou the Rt. Lawrence. The equadrao walked by hla aide few th mast, and then, as tto monk adbad tocoma eeperated, howeeer, and along tha deck and exchanged vanced. he apraug oat upon him and tba governor wae pureuleg hie way whispered remarks with hint. "It shall be area to. good father; it seised him by the gown, as he did m alone in the hop of picking up the Imthe other cowl was pushed back, aud otbera la the river. Aboard he bad a shall be seen to." said the olDr servant of Instead of tho harsh feature of tba sreloun a am "I company of the regiment of Qnercy, patiently. Mvteslasnc Ito Catiuat aaw with the holy church. the staff of hie own bnusehnld, Rt Val"I trust that yon are, II. de Bonne- amaaeiaeat the threw d gray eye and uer, the new blab op of Canada, with ville. With so devout a governor aa strong, aieru face of Ephraim Ravage. ageeral of hta attandauta; three Bei'ot-le- t Dunonvllle it might be an ill At the same Instant another flgura apfriar. live Jeaulta bound for the li. da even aud tto warm In this world for tbe ofll pealed over tha thing fatal- I ret) tuie mission. half a doarn hearted Frenvhmaa threw htaueif Into cere of bla household to lie lax." ladle on the wij to jola their Tha soldier glanced angrily at hie the aim of Ainu Green. two Craullne nuna and tea or "It' all right." saul the young huntcompanion. twelve gallant whom love of advenremember, faer. T wonld hare you disengaging himself with some ture and the hope of betterlug their from the ojber'a embrace. ther." said ha, "that If faith to a v'rtue fortune had drawn acroaa the aeaa Then, speaking "We've go( him in the boat with a There wae peace between England charity Is no lees aato Ravage? hHckskiu glove jammed into his guland France at preaent, though feeling in English. Which fCaptain Bosron. let Ravage "Ephraim ran high between Canada and New And Master Anu Gwen? Who, thenr York, the French believing, end with cloak Captain "The man whoa "Amos Green of New York. aome justice, that tba English coloAnd Master Tomlinson? Ephraim there has put round him. nials wen whooping oo tba demons II cam oa us when you warn away "John Tomlinson of Ralrm." who attacked thou. Ephraim and hla JefferHiram Mariner "And Master rowing your lady. la tha lady there 7 men were therefore received hueplta e Bpauld-in- g "Hera aha to. son. Cooper, Joseph bly on hoard, though thd ship was so "Aa quick as you run, then, for some and Paul CTuhtnfi all of Maasacho-aettcrowded that they bad to sleep w heron may coma." Bay? ever they could Dud cover end span Adel was helped over the aide and "We are here. for their bodies. Tba Patina M, too, to the governna's orders that nil seated In th stern of a birch bark ca"It had been treated In an even mart whom I have named shall be conveyed noe. Tha three man unbooked tha ladkindly fashion, the weak old man and once to the trading brig Hope, which der and awuug themselves dowa by a the beauty of hla daughter arousing at la yonder ship with tha white paint rope, while two Indiana who hold tha himself. the Interest of the governor tlia boor for ths paddles pushed silently off from tha within bo sails line. 8 Da Catlnat had during the voyage exship's aid and shot swiftly up ths English province. changed hla uniform for a plain aom-to- r stream. A mlnnts later a dim loom A buca of Joy broke from tho castnutt, ao that except for hla miliof being behind them and tha glimmer of two the at mariners prospoct away to waa nothing tary bearing, them o speedily restored to their homes, yellow llghta were ail that they could how that bo waa a fugitive from tba and they hurried away to gather to- see of the 6t. Cbrtotopbe. army. Old Catlnat waa now ao weak "Take a paddle. Aiuoo. and I'll taka tho few possessions which they that ho waa paat the anawering of gether had saved from the wreck. Tha oftt one, Mid Captain Ravage, stripping waa at hla forever question daughter car put hla list In bis pocket and off hla monks gown. "I felt safer In bis aide, and the aoktier waa diplomaatepiMd across' to wliere Da Catinat this on the deck of yon ship, bnt it , tist enough, after n training at don't help In a boat against tho bulwarks. to aay much without saying leaned moodily 1 hope, madams, that ail la wall "What to to be done with us?" asked ao waa atlll secret and their anything, with yon. Mid Amoa. De Catinat preserved. "Yon are to be confined to the ahlp "Nay, I can hardly understand what On the day after the rescue they which will be In a week baa happened or where we are. until she sails, sighted Cepe Breton In the eouth, and at tho furthest eoon, running swiftly before an eastAnd then?" erly wind, saw the loom of the rest You ara to be carried home In her end of Anticosti. Then they aalM handed over to tha governor of and up the mighty river, though from midto be sent back to Paris. channel the banka on either aide ware Bocholle, Those are U. da Penonvllle'e orders." narseen. he to shores the As hardly Da Bonneville left De Catlnat with rowed in they aaw the wild gorge of a few blunt words of sympathy, but the Saguenay river upon the right, the friar atlll paced tha dock,- wltk a with the amuka from tho little halting farttve glance at him from time to and trading station of Tadouaac tlmo, and two soldiers who ware staalreamlng up above the pine tree. tioned upon tbe poop passed and Theme the ahlp tacked on up the river within a few yards of him. past Mai Bale. Amne Green, leaning They had order evidently to watch os the bulwarks, stared with longing bla Aa ha stood gaxlng movements, ayea at the vast expanses of virgin hla attention was 4rawn away try the save woodland, hardly traversed by m awlsh of oars, and A large boat Dili of occasional wandering savage or hardy roureur de bole. Then the bold out- men passed immediately underneath where ha stood. line of Cape Tourmente loomed up In It held the New Englander, who front of them, they passed the rich, were being conveyed to the ahlp which placid meadows of Lavals elegnenry waa to taka them home. There ware of Beaupre, and, skirting the settle- tba four seamen huddled together, and ment of the island of Orleans, they In tto sheet a were Captain aaw the broad pool airy tetod out in there and Amoa Green confront of tbem-t- bo falls of Montmo-renri-, Ephraim Baraga and together pointing to tba vening tho high pallaadea of Point Levi, The grizzled face of the oM hipping. the cluster of vessels, and upon tha Puritan and tha bold features of the right that wonderful rock, with its dia- woodsman were turned more than one dem of towera, and Ita township hudhi hi direction, bnt no word of faredled round Its base, the center and well and no kindly wave of the band stronghold of French power In Amerearns hack to the lonely exile, lie ica. hla face to hla arms and burst The old merchant had pined away stooped In an instant Into a passion of aoba. since he had left French aoll. Ilka Before he raised hla eyea again tba brig plant which baa been plucked from Ita had bototed her anchor and waa tackroots. Tbs ah nek of tbe ahlpwrerk and ing under full canvas out of the QueNor can I, Amoa. the night spent In their bleak refuse bec Iiaaln. De Catlnat'a bunk waa next too "Did you not expect na to come back for much had been tbe upon kelierg to a porthole, and it waa his custom to hla years and strength. this open, aa the caboose In which for you, tbanr Since they bad been picked np be had keep "I did not know wba( to expect." was done for tto crew waa the lain amid the scurvy stricken soldiers, closeconking Well, now, surely you could not to him and the air waa hot and think that we wonld leave yon without with hardly a sign of life save for hi That night he found It Impossiheavy. a word." thin breathing and the twitching of ble to sleep, and he ley tossing muter hla scraggy f Uniat. Now, however, be bis "I confess that 1 waa cut to the over blanket, thinking every possiheart opened hla eyea and raised himself ble meana hy which by It." they might he able "I feared that yon were when I lowly and painfully upon hla dhow. to get away from this rareed ship. Bnt with tha tail of my eye looked at "What la It, father? What ran we do even If they got sway where could they and saw you We are In for yon?" riled Adele. you staring ao blackly over go to then? All Canada was sealed to ns. Bnt If we had America, and here is Anmry and hem them. The woods to the were tbe bulwarks at am 1, your children." or planning they been seen talking full of ferocious Indians. Hie English Tint the old man shook his head. The settlement wonld. It waa true, grant wonld have been npon our trail at laird has luunght me to the promised once." land, bnt he has not willed that I thm rvcdrnn to nae their own religion, And what did you do? should enter Into It," as Id he. Rnl at but whet could hi wife and he do "We left the brig laat night got least I should wish, like Moses, to gain without a friend, strangers among folk ashore on tto Beaupre side, arranged who spoke auuther tongue? Ilnd Amos for this canoe and lay dark all day. upon It If I cannot set foot upon it." A minute later tbe old merchant was Green remained true to them, then InTlien tonight we got alongside and I on deck, and Ito two young men had deed all wonld liave been well. Bnt be roused yon easily, for I knew where seared hint upon a cull of rope with hla had deserted them. you slept. Tbe friar nearly spoiled all back sen lust the mast, where he should But whet was that? Above the genwhen yon were to low, bnt we gagged to away from the crush. The soldiers tle lapping of the river he had suddenly him and passed him over the side." were already crowding down Info the heard e sharp, dear "Hist!" Perhaps Ah. It la glorious to ba free once boats, end all were ao hner over their It was some passing boatman or In more! And where are we going?" own affairs that they paid no heed to dlan. Then it came again that eager, Ah. there you have me. It to this the little group of refugees who had urgent summon. He eat up and etared way or none, for we can't get down to gathered round the stricken man. He Unit him. It certainly must have the aea. We must make our way overturned his head painfully from aide to come from the open porthole. Some- land aa tost we can. and we must side, and hie lids foil slowly over hie thing fell upon hla chest with a little leave a good stretch between Queliec rolling off, rattled along the and n before tto day breaks, for. eye which had looking away mil tup ami, Ho a lan- from what 1 hear, they would rather hoards. sprang up. past IVi lit 1j- - I ut the rolling wood and the famff mountains. Adele gav tern from a book and flashed It upon have a Huguenot prisoner than an Iroa ii:ck of dcswiT ami threw bet the floor. There whs the missile which quois sagamore. By the eternal. I had struck him- - a little gulden brooch. cannot see why they should make such arms round the old man's neck. Hi I dying. Amory; he Is dying" A be lifted It np and looked closer at a fuss over bow a man chooses to nave It a thrill passed through him. It had hia own soul." she cr'al. been his own. and he hud given It to All night they tolled np the great A stem Frandscau friar who bad Green upon the second day that river, straining every nerve to place been tolling his slthln a few Amos be lied mot li'm. themselves beyond the reach of purpaces of them heard tho erf. Thi was a signal, then, and Amo suit. By keeping well into, tbe south"lie hi Indent dying." he said aa ha Ha Green had not deserted them, after alL ern bank and so aroidiug tto force of gaxed down at tin nslien face. tto old man had the eaeramenta of ths He dressed himself, all In a tremble the current they sped swiftly along, church?" with excitement, and went npon dock. for both Amos and Do Catlnat were Hut tin old Huguenot had opened It was pitch dark, and he could see no practiced hands with Hie paddle, and bis eye, and with a Inst Dicker of one. bnt the sound of regular footfalls the two Indians worked a though strength he pushed away the gray somewliere In the fore part of the ship they were wire and whipcord Instead bmdt-- figure which bent over him. showed that tbe sentinels were still of flesh and blood. When at last morn"I left all that I love rather than there. ing broke and the Mack shaded Imperyield to you," he cried, "and think you The guardsman walked over to tbe ceptibly Into gray they were far out that you can overcome tne now?" side and peered down into the dark- of sight of the citadel and of all trace Tin- - Franciscan started hark at the ness. He could see the loom of a boat. of man's handiwork. Virgin woods In tlielr wonderful many colored autumn word, and bis hard, suspicious eyea Who I there? he whispered. shot from Ie Catinat to the weeping dres flowed right down to the rivet's "Is that you, De Catinat?" girl. "Tea." edge on either aide, and In tha crater v "So:" said he "You are Huguenots, was a little Island. "We have come for you." then!" I've passed here before." Mid De "God Idea you. Amos!" Hush! Do not wrangle before a Catlnat. I remember marking that "Is your wife there" man who is dying?' cried Pe Catinat "No. bnt I ran rouse her " great maple with tbe blaze on Ita trunk In a voice as llcrce aa hi own. "Good! Hut first catch this cord. when last I went with the governor to Kef-irn mVi who Is dead," said Now pull up the bidder." Montreal. That waa In FrontenaCa Anio Green solemnly. Do Cntlmir gripped ihe line which dry. when the king waa Drat and tbe As he ii ike the old mnn'a face bad was thrown to him and on It bishop second." relaxed, his thousand wrinkles bad up found time it was attacheddrawing t Continued Tomorrow.) to a rope been smoothed suddenly out ns though ladder furnished r.t the an invisible hand bad passed over steel hook to patch ontopto with two the bul- WANT ADS YIELD BIO them, and Ms head fell hack against warks. Hi placed them In position and WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. RESULTS. Bhe dn-Mc- Mm rn architects !i REFUGEES i 1900. Directory of the F. C. WOODS G, CD. M A 67 First Architects. 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