The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 73, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1907 Page: 2 of 6
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA
SATURDAY JULY 27 1907.
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In the Ale oh) e
By AN&AKATflARINE GREEN
COPVtttGilf. 1BO0. THE BOHHS-MBiUtlLL COMPANY.
Tlfttro ims npnrMienalon ' disappro-
bation almost lurnwe In his tow I
borf It with ns steady ond modest a
glnivc ns powlhlp. saying when I
thought Iip was nliiHit to speak flgnln:
"I will do nothing without your saw-
tlon I rpnllee lue dangers' or till In
qulry nml lln iltKgrmw thftt would fol-
low if our ntterupt .ias Bii'portwl Ix"-
fnro proof rwielu-d a point sitllk-leut lo
Justify It It Is uit au open attack I
meditate but one
Here I whlsneiid In bis enr for s?v
cral minutes When I had finished he
garo me a prolotiijod stare then he lalil
bis band on 107 hend
ou are a little wonder." he de
clared. "But ?vb Ideas are very
quixotic very. However" be added
suddenly growing grave "something. I
must admit may bo excused a youiig
IglO'MLo finds herself forced to choose
between the gnllt Of ber lUYvr ttrltl that
of a man esteemed gi'oat by the World
but altogether removed from bar aud
br natural yinwtitlilofl."
"You a'knoviedgo then that It Ilea
between thfcso tHro?"
"I see no third." wild ho.
I dtew n breath of relief.
"Don't deceive yourself. Miss Van
Arsdalo. It la not among tho possi-
bilities that Mr. Grey has had any con-
nection with this crime. He Is uu eo-
ceWtrlC man. that's oil."
"I shall do rny duty. I shall satisfy
yr.u and rtirlf on certain poiuts aud
If" I hardly breathed "thnro to tho
least doubt I will son yon aaln nnd"
The change ho fmvr In 1110 frigbtuued
uway the olid of his sotitoiice. Turn-
ing upon Me with Some soterlty he de-
clared: "There are nine hutidml and
ninety flint chances In n thousand hat
my ufift won? to you will be to pro-
pare yourself for Mr. Durand's arraign-
ment and trial. Hilt au liiflultuslinal
chance remains to the contrary ir you
cliooeo: to truat to Jt I cou ouly udmfrf
yoilr pluck nml the great coufldoMs
Sm show lUTourunfortuuato lover."
And with thin half bcarttHl uutiour
iigpfaient 1 wttfl forced to be eOtitout
iiOt only for thut duy but for utauy
JT before 1 proceed to relate
what happuiiod at tUumluC
those two wovtu I must oay u
word or two In reghrd to what
iruppened during thuhi.
'Nothing huppeiiNl to improve Mr.
Jnrnnd's lmsltlott and nothing openly
b coinlirorslso Mr. Grey's. Mr. lfnlr-
brbtlier from whoio testimony many
of us 1iok.h1 something would yut Ih
gleam-d oalrulated to give a tufu to
the suspicion now centered on om-
nia a routiuued III In New Mexico and
nil that could bo learned from him of
nn importance was contiiiuml In a
short Utter dictated from bis bml in
which he alilrmed tlist the diamond
when a left him was lu a unique set-
ting procured by himself In Km nee;
that he knew of n . her Jewel similar-
ly mounted and ii - if the false gem
was set aecr.liiu 1 hu own doscrlp
tlon the ptobabihtlos were thai the
Imitation stone had been put lu place
of tho real one under hie wife's di-
rection and in somo worUshop in Now
York as she waH not tho woman to
take the trouble lo send abroad for
nnytlnug she ootild got done in thftM
country. The description followed. It
coliirided with the one wo all knew.
This was something of a blow to me
Public opinion would naturally roiled
thut of the hu8lind and it would re-
quire very strotii; t'Mdeneo Indeed to
c-umbat a lotflcul supposition of (his
kind uitb 0110 so foreed aud seeiuiugly
extrm uvutst fMk Hull upon wLIli my
j.:. theory wan IiuhmI Yet truth of-
ten tiansteiids 1 'myluutlun. uml. h:iv-
Jliur euilUdeUCf lu the inspector's iuti'K
ritv I subdued toy Impatience for a
Wi-tK almost tr two when lu.v sus
In u'-e nud 1 lipid I uluiinuting dt ud of
Rome hi tiou btmi; tukeu agaln-t Mr.
ITuraiid were suddenly eut short by a
liift-t.ige truui the ui&pcetor follouid
b lua hpeedy presence lu uiyuneles
Ye have a little loom on our puilor
tliHir i-ry suup .md secluded and lu
this room 1 )i.. Heil him Selduui
hue I dreaded a meeting moie uml
Seldom hHVe I tn-en luet With git liter
UluduvsM ml ct(i!deratlii Hi- u
bo kind that I teured he had ouU dl-
appolutliig ne t.. comuiuutCQtt but
bis tirst words reassured me Il- sukl
"I have co Hie to you on a natter nf
lniportame We havo found enough
truth in the suppositions you adun -d
at our lust lutervi'-w to warrant ih n
tin attempt you uiirrlf propinwsl for
the elm tdatlou of this mystery. That
this 1J th most risky and altogvther
the most unplttamut duly whlcli I
havo vneouuterud during uiy swvernl
eneouuieruu ouhiih uiy awrerni 1
3 of Borvlce I am wrjllns: to' ac
isuio time of jo ftunTmistytis (
years of 8ervlce
yourself. 'J lite Ruglkth getitluuiMU bss
a reputation which lifts hlui far boo
apy unworthy siNpldon anil wre It
not fur the favorable Impression tusde
upoa us by Mr. DursnU lu n loug talk
ve had with hltu last night 1 would
to Df-r ruaigik my place than pursue
ths uiuttur agtilttst him SuevoM
wold erMlo n Horror on 1m.Hi nIUbs the
water unpreeedoHtcd during my ca-
reer while failure would bring dowu
ridicule on us whlgh would diMKoy
tl presflge Qf tbe wbolo force. Po
a'ou ao wji dllficylty. Mhs Vuu Ars-
- i .....y -;.;.-... Jttf. t
uSleT "vt danYldr ven approach this
lwufbty aud blgUJJ refutable Eugllth-
mnu vth quctloiis without cnllhig
down -oil irs tl rath of the "hole
ICngltah nntlon e mutt lie sine he
fore wfc uirtKe 11 mo. nod for 114 to
be surt- where the e idenee in nil 1 Ir-
cunitan11al. I know if no better plan
than tire one jou ww haseil to sug-
gest whlcb at the tlm. I was pleasetl
(0 call qulxotk."
Drawing a lig breath I jnirveyed
him timidly. NtM-er liad I Bo reallred
my presumption or experienced such
a thrill of Joy In my f tightened jet
elated heart They helleted In An-
son's Innocence aud they trusted me
lnslgulncant as I was it was to my
exertions this great result was due.
As I leallzed this 1 felt my hart swell
and my throat close In despair of
speakm I held out my hands lie
took tham kindly aud seemed to be
"Such it little trembling. tWr filled
Amazon!" he cried. "Shall yiwt have
courage to undertake tho task before
you? If not" -
"Oh but I have" said 1 "It Is
your gooduess aud the surprise of It
nil which unnerves me. I can go
through what w have plannd tf you
think the swretrif my peraonnlHy ami
Interest in Mr. Durnnd can '1)0 kept
from tho pooplo I go among. "A i .
"It can If you will follow ourndvica-
Impllellly. Yon say that y6n know
I the ductor and that be stands ready
to recommend you in case Miss Prersou
withdraws her services."
"Yes he Is eager to give me a chance.
Ilo was a college mate of my ffttueTa "
lIow will you explain to him your
wish to enter upon your duties under
"Very simply. I baro already told
him titat Ihe publicity given my name
In the lain proceedings has made me
vory uncomfortabla(tlJflt nvr JJrst case
pf nursing; tVouUI jjoqulre nflltny self
poigtwston and tiiat!jf"io djd not think
It wrong I shoulfl Ilke'to go to tt under
my mother's imnts. IIb made no dls
uetit atid I think I can persuade him
that I wouIU do much batter work na
Miss Ayors than us thiitoo well known
Miss Van Artdale."
"You have great powers ofpr-rsnu-rIou.
Hut may you not meet people at
the hotel who know you?"
lMli'atTto avoid people nnd If
my lduntity Is discovered IIh effopt or
non-effect ujhiii one we llml It dlttlcult
to mention will give us our clew. If
bo bus no guilty Interest lu the crime
tny connection with It as a witness
will not disturb litm. Itesides two
duys of unsuspicious acceptance of tue
as MIsji (Jrey's nurse are all I want. 1
shall tuko Immediate upKirtunlty. 1 ui
sure you to make the test I mentioned.
Hut how much confidence you will hae
to reKe in me! I eothiHvheud all the
importance of my tindertakring and
Mm 1 1 work aa if my honor us well as
yours were at stake."
"I am sure you will." Then for tlie
first time In my life I was glad that 1
wus small and plain rather than tall
and fascinating lftt6 so many of iuy
(Cleuds for he said: ''If you had been
a triumphant boanty depending on
your charms as a woman to win imo
pie to jour will w should xuever lmve
listened to your proposition or risked
our reputation tit your hands. It Is
your wit your" ernoatn fntl' youv'
ntifet (letertnlnntldn vthtell lfatfolnf-'
pressed us. Y'on oo I 1enlt pllfthl. I
1 lo so because I respect you. And
now to liuHlnsus."
Details followed. After these were
well understood hetwevu us I veuttired
to say: "Do you obJ.-.'t -would it be
asking too much if I requested some
enlightenment 11s to what facts you
ltaVe dlscoveratl about Mr. drey nhleh
go to substanttate iu.v theory? 1 might
work more intelllgMtiy "
"N'o 5li-s Van Arsdale. you would
not work more lirtelllgnlly and you
know It. llut yuti have the natural
curiosity of one whose very heart is
bound up lu this business. 1 could
deny you what you usk iut I woii't
for I wuut you to work tvith quiet con-
fidence w hlch you would not do If your
mind wore taken up with doubts aud
questions. Miss Van Arsdale one sur-
mise of yours was correct. A man
was sunt that night to the Itatusdoll
hoiiu with a note from Miss Urey.
M'h know this because ho boasted of
It to one of the bellboys bfure he
went out saying that he was going to
have u glimpse of one of the swell!
pin lies of the season. It Is also trim
that this man wafc Mr (irey's ralet an
old tenant who came oer with hltu
1 ruin ICughtnd. Hut what adds weight
lo all this and makes us regard the
whole affair with snspi.-luii Is tlie addt-
liunal fuet thut this mau received his
dIsiuUMi&l the followlug luoruing and
has not !.eu aecu since by any one wo
toiilil reach. This looks bad to liegiu
Mlw tint suppression uf evldenee.
ilnuw (t-IIIiwi Mr. (Iroy bus not
the same man wince that night
lie is full of care uml tin erne Is 11.1t
entirely In couliw-tloii with Lis daugh-
ter who Is doing wry well aud bids
fair to bo up lu a few day. Hut all
this would be nothing If we had not
received advloes from lliglnd whlcli
profe Unit Mr Un-y's visit here hu an
element of mystery in It. There wm
ovary reason for 1 remaining in his
own country vhur ft --alitlawl crlula la
approaching yet l crot;ed th wuter
lirlnslng bw alukly daughter wllh him.
"The explanation as voluuteered by
l.one j-cbu jfias; ' vtW v.o tls--
Unit oulV In'- dfSirc to ja atatciji
gonio piccimi- obieit roriira cdjiacirmi
uld hafo taken htm arrosa tl ocetrn
at this time nothing elVe rlvnSrttg ntn
lntortmt In povprumentnl hfftllfs. SHI!
this would be nothing If a stiletto
similar to the one c:iployml In thli
crime had not onte termed port of a
collection of curios belonging to n
cousin of Ida whom he often visited.
This stiletto bnR been missing for some
time stolen as the owner dfelared". by
some unknown permiii. All tills looks
bad enough but when I tell you that
a week beforo the fatal ball at Mr.
Ramsdelt's Mr Orev made a tour of
the Jewelers on Broadway and with
the pretext of buying a diamond for
lite daughter entered into a talk about
fftmdtfs stories ending always with
some question about the Falrbn.ther
gem you will see that his interest In
that stone is established and that it
only remains for us to discover If that '
Interest Is a guilty one. I cannot be-
lieve tula possible bnt you have our
leave to make your experiment and
bee. Only do not count too much on
his superstition. If he Is tho deep
dyed criminal you Imagine the cry
which startled us all at a certain
critical Instant was raised by himself
and for the purp ee you suggested
None of tile sensitiveness often shown
by n man Who lies been surprised Hi to
crliuu will be his. Itelylng on his
reputation and the prestige of his
great name he will If lie thinks him-
self nnder lire face eery shock un-
moved." "1 see; I understand fie must be-
I m'o himself all alone; then the nat-
ural man may appear. I thank you.
inspector. That Iden Is of Inestimable
raluo to me and I shall act 0.1 it. I
do not any Immediately ; not on tho
llrst day nud possibly not on the sec-
ond but as soon as opportunity offers
for my doing what I lmve planned
with any chance of success. And now.
advise mo how to circumvent my uncle
and aunt who must never know to
whnt undertaking I have committed
''rnffet6r DuTrell spared me another
fifteen- minutes and this last detail
was arranged. Theu he roso to go.
As he turned from 1110 ho &nld:
And I unswered with a full heart
but a voice clear as thy purpose:
HIS Is your patient Your new
nurse my donr. What did
you say your name Is? Miss
"Yes Mr. Orey. Allen Ayors." .
"CJh what a' sweet name!"
This expressive greeting from the
patient herself wua tho llrst heart
sting I received a sting which bronght
a tlttsh Into tny checu which I would
fulu have kept dowu.
"Hlnee n change of nurses was necW
su ry I nui glad tlioy sent me one ljke
you" tho feeble but musical volte
wont on nnd I saw' u waalod but eager
hand stretched out.
In a whirl of strong feeling I ail""
rancou to take It. I had not counted'
on audi a reception . had no expect
oil any bond of coiijelilallty lo spring
up between this high feellug English
girl and myself to make my purpose
hateful to me. Yet as I stood lieu
looking down at her bright. If wimM.
face I felt that it would be very isy
to )ve so gentle and cordial a .being
and dreaded raising my eyes U tlie
gentleman nt my side lest I should
something lu htm to hamper 1110 uml
luuko this attempt which I had un-
dertaken lu such loyulty of spirit a
misery to myself and Ineffectual to the
man I had hoped to aa by it. When
I did look up nnd cntch the first beams
of Mr. Orey's keen blue eyes lixed In
qulrlugly on me I neither knew w hat
to think nor how to act. He was tail
and firmly knit and had an Intellectual
ustiect altogether. I was conscious of
regarding him with a decided feeling
of awe aud found myself forgetting
iwnyl Had ?bmo thero nnd what my
tnntiltflbna vi-ore; tfuaplciantf' Which hud
turned liode with thuih hopa for my
"77ii Is your palttul."
solf uml hoH for my lover who would
never esrupe the opprobrium even If
he did the punishment of this great
crime were this the only other person
who could possibly be sssoclated with
It. found lo lie the line clear souled
mini be appeared to be lu this my first
Interview with him
1'ercelvlng very mwii that IiIh appre-
hensions in my niml were limited tu
n four lent 1 should not feel nt esse in
my new home muter the restraint of n
prewnce mors accustomed tu Intlinl-
diivt than attract strangers. I threw
aside all doubts of myself aud met the
advunces of imth father and daughter
with that tpilet confidence which mj
IHMltlon there deiiiHinlHl.
'Hie result both gnitllled and grieved
uu?. As u nurse entering on hsr tlrt
ose 1 was happy. As a woiimn with
au ulUH-ior object lu view verging on
the audacious and iiuspeukabie I was
wretuhod and rocrotful and jiut a lit
tk) slialtftt In the conviction which bad
lUibPttt! iiJield ma.
(To be Contiuitofl.)
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nml features. Muny n plain woman
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Canton. O . July 27. -Colonel Holt?
and the provincial staff of the Sulv.i
tlon Army at Cleveland have arrang I
eil to coniluci services in mernor of
Mrs Ida Ssxtou McKinley in tho Con
ton cltodal tqiuoriow night Mrs 41c
Itlnley was a liberal contributor to the
local work of the army. j
Hundreds of people yearly go
through painful operation-i needlessly
Itecause they nevt-r tried Man Zan
Pile Remedy It is put up in such ii
ftinn that It etui lu- applb d right where
the trouble lies. It iclievis the pain
mid in lniUnimatlnn it is fur any
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A ery pleiHtaiit st--ni m Sunday
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 73, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 27, 1907, newspaper, July 27, 1907; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76810/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.