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lie said. "A Ore on the shore
mesas nothing of Itself. Just an In
jlao camp?John Back and his squaw.
(Tell have to signal."
The word sent her bounding np the
tank. She came flying back with the
blanket Oartb ordered her to hold one
corner. He took another. They stood
la front of the fire, with the big
blanket stretched between them. Mr.
Kamill called irritably from the top ot
lie bank. What did they mean, wa
kening him and taking away his bed
ding? Lilith cried out the glad news.
Garth gave her a curt order to pay at
tention. At his commands, she began
to stoop and rise In unison with him,
lowering the blanket to the sand and
Jerking it up again In front of the tire,
it Irregular Intervals.
After some ume ne oraereo a nait,
with the blanket on the ground. He
added an explanation: "Those were
dots and dashes. W^'ve given the
SOS?and my name. They may not
Save made It out That light is near
er. but It has not turned. Ready now.
He went through another series of
long and short liftings of the blanket.
They again paused with the blanket
down. Garth stepped out of the fire
glow to peer over the water. Llllth
Above the low-hung star another
star flashed on and off. Across the
silent, glimmering flood of the river
came the hoarse blasts of a steamer's
whistle, muffled by distance yet un
"All right, Miss Ramlll," Garth said.
Tell your maid to pack your lug
She asked Id a low voice: "Haven't
1 tried to play up? Ia It sporting of
you to mock me?"
Her face was shadowed. He could
not see the look that went with the
questions. After a moment, he- an
swered soberly: "It Is not, and you
have. Permit me to apologise."
"Is that all?"
"What else?" he replied. "You are
of course relieved and pleased to be
rid of a man you so thoroughly hate
You may rest assured I will Dot In
trude, once you're aboard ship."
"Yes," she murmured, "when Dad
and I uo longer have any need of you
Her father came staggering down
the bank to thrust In between them.
"I say. Garth!?don't lie. Is It true
the steamer is putting In for us?"
Doubtful of a safe night landing at
this unnsed beach, the steamer cap
tain lay off-shore and sent In a canoe.
Garth steadied Mr. Bamlll Into the
birchbark. At the same time Lllith
stepped In ahead of her father. She
repeated the maneuver when the two
Indian vpaddlers drove the canoe out
alongside the little river steamlr.
Garth saw no more of the girl until
after the steamer tied up at Fort Simp
son, the trading post at the mouth of
the Llard river. Taken Into a state
room by the wife of a missionary from
Fort Norman, she remained in com
Her father kept almost equally close
in the skipper's own room. The canny
Scot had welcomed the American mil
lionaire to bis bunk?for a considera
tion. The cabin was jammed with fur
traders and Fort Norman oil-field offi
cials, who were going outside for the
winter. Garth messed and berthed for
ward with the crew. He kept to his
worn buckskins. But a sleet-squall
ended the pest of flies and mosquitoes.
He was able to shave and cleanse bis
skin of dope, yet enjoy the fresh air
on the unscreened deck.
When the building-topped bluff of
Fort Simpson was sighted in the dis
tance, Mr. Ramlll left the cabin and
came forward. Though not yet fully
recovered from his wound, he walked
with the springy step of a lean-watst
ed middle-aged gentleman In healthy
training. After the snagged and stained
leather suit, the clothes loaned him by
the skipper looked startllngly respecta
ble. The same was true of his clean
shaven dope-free skin.
He stopped before Garth, bland
'I've just beard, ray boy, that you
think of stopping off at this post. I
trust it's not on account of any feeliDg
against me or my daughter. You can't
blame her for a bit of resentment.
She's a woman, aud you certainly put
her through the mill. As for myself,
I called it quits when you pulled me
?Jt of the hole this last time. What
He tossed his half-smoked cheap
^gar outboard and held out his once
fiabby now firm-muscled hand. Garth
gave it a hearty grip.
"AH accounts squared, sir, and no
hard feelings against either of you.
Miss Rami]] proved herself far more
Plucky and sporting than could have
been expected. I wish you both bon
"But for you to be leaving the boat.
?y boy! There's no need of It. I can
arrange for you to get Into the cabin.
In fact. I'd like the opportunity to talk
?ver matters. We might still get to
gether on those terms you offered."
"We might," Garth agreed; but then i
his smile hardened. "That side of the
matter will have to wait I shall first
settle with your friend Huxby."
The millionaire frowned.
"Don't call that murderous hound a
friend of mine. His shooting you is
understandable. My wounding was of
course what he claimed?sheer acci
dent But for the scoundrel to aban
don a helpless girl to starvation! If
he was too cowardly to dare her
frenzied threats and forcibly take her
and me with him in the canoe, he could
at least have had the plane come for
"If you care for my guess," Garth
said, "he was more interested in your
daughter as an heiress than as a
"No guess about It A coldblooded 1
rascal who would have murdered you j
for your claim! I'll run him down
and make him pay in full for desert
ing Lilith and me. If it costs a mil
"His punishment will cost you noth- j
ing, Mr. Ramill. He has been trapped
by his own greed."
"Before we came aboard, word was
received by radio that a man named
Huxby had recorded a platinum placer
claim at Fort Smith; that he had
bought a large airplane, and flown
north with three miners."
Mr. Ramill looked his doubts. "I've
heard nothing of it"
1 "Because I thought best for you not
"You! Do you mean to tell me that
everyone on this steamer kept mum
because you, a mere prospector?"
The millionaire paused. "Have I been
blind? You are not a common pros
pector. There's something about you
. In spite of your vagabonding about
this north country!"
Garth said; "We are talking about
Huxby. I've radioed for a Northwest
policeman to meet me at Simpson with
a plane. The charges are robbery and
assault to murder."
"Radioed? The skipper told me ms
transmitter was out of order."
"By my request, sir. I thought it as
well to keep yotj out of the affair.
is possible Miss Ramill may have re
covered from her resentment against
him. I'll ask you to pardon my going
to see if there are any more reports
on Eluxby's ipovements."
Though by no means curt, the dis
missal was abrupt Mr. Ramill stood
pondering for several moments before
he returned to the cabin and went to
the door of the stateroom that the Fort
Norman missionary's wife had shared
Some time before the steamer nosed
In to the landing, Gartb made out that
the pontooned plane afloat at the-wa
terfront was too small to be one of
the regular Bellanca transports. It had
no cabin, and only three seats. Fore
most of the passengers ashore, he at
once climbed the bluff to the post
As he expected, a red-coated con
stable of the Northwest police was
lounging in the old trading post store
room with one of the Airways pilots.
The latter sprang to meet him.
"Hullo, 'Lao?you d?n' lame duck!
Helluva note, you squatterlng in the
wet all these months. Could've cruised
your frozen hell a hundred times in
any old crate."
Gartb gripped hands with him. " 'Lo,
Kiwi! I didn't happen to be after
alrpockets. There are things you have
to rub your nose against to see."
"And smell 1 I've he#rd of your Es
kimo igloos. Count " me Out?com
pletely outside. Indian huts are enough
and to spare."
Garth sobered to business. "What
"Your man set his bus down here
three days ago. Hopped off PDQ. with
all she could heave up under?gas and
The constable had stood at atten
tion. He met Garth's glance with a
salute. "All ready, sir."
"Good work. Dillon. One question?
those three miners?"
"Broke prospectors, sir. records,
far as known, not savory. But none
of the bunch is wanted, and they're
not newcomers from across the border.
They'll know enougn not 10 inieriere
when I take my prisoner."
The post factor came hastening In
to shake hands. "Pardon my absence.
Mr. Garth. Was up the Liard. It's
a great pleasure to have you stop off
with us. If you plan to take In dogs,
I have a picked team that I'd be hon
"Thank yon. no." Garth cut In. "But
I would like a rifle, rabbit undersult.
winter moccasins, gloves, and three
pairs of webs."
He turned to the pilot. "Season
more advanced up there. Blizzards, off
the, Selwyns; the lake probably start
ing to freeze. Enough stream-flow,
though, to keep a clear ronway for
your pontoons. If we don't loiter all
He went Into a bunkroom to put on
the rabbit-fur suit under his buck
skins. When he came out. a girl In a
Main, ill-fitting gown stood talking to
he pilot The pilot glanced towards
him. The girl turned quickly, lie
round himself face to face with LJlitb
Vet It was not the grease-and pitch
narked face of bis canoe companion.
Nor was It that deep-lined rouged and
powdered face with scarlet smeared
lips that had sneered at him en To
bin's wharf. It was a face smooth
and firm, vivid with life and vitality.
Only the blue eyes were hard.
"Alan Garth," she said, "I've learned
all about it You're going back there
"Sorry, Miss Ramill. It's not re
venge, If that's what you think. I tried
to spare you. But, if you must have
I it, he is a thief."
The girl's eyes flashed. "Worse!
He's a cowardly murderer. That is
why I too am going to see him taken
"Yes. I am going to see him cringe,
the sneaky beast! Do you think I've
forgotten how he crept up and shot
you when you weren't looking? And
what if he didn't intend to shoot Dad?
He left him to die. If that's not
enough, must I tell you how he taunt
ed me? He jeered that I'd be starved
into welcoming him by the time he
came back for me."
"Yet that's no reason why you?"
"It is! You shan't go without me.
If you refuse, there's another plane
Just come. I'll make Dad charter it
for me. I'll have the pilot tag after
Garth studied her gravely. "She
stared back at him, hotly defiant. lie
pretended to accept her reasons for
| wanting to go:
| "You most certainly are a good
I hater, Miss Ramill. One thing, though.
The valley is about to freeze up. It
will not be the summer paradize we
left We may land In a blizzard."
She looked around the store. "Where
are those Eskimo suits you told me
At that he smiled a bit grimly. "This
is Indian country. You shall have rab
bit and buckskins." He turned to the
factor: "Add the lady's outfit to my
?*You Most Certainly Are a Good
Hater, Miss RamMI."
account" To the pilot: "Kiwi, this Is
where you are to (it your name. You're
going to be a wingless ground bird."
"Oh, have a heart 'Lan!"
"Three Is a crowd, apd she Is It
Ask her father."
For the first time the girl betrayed
a trace of doubt "But we'll have to
have a pilot" ?
Kiwi stared, then grinned at the
Joke.. "I.ady, what you don't know
about our boy friend would appear to
be quite a considerable.?All right, you
lame duck, go hog the Joystick. Do I
stay planted or take the watercraft?"
"Steamer. Southbound planes are
apt to be overcrowded, with everyone
coming out" Garth replied. "Now, Miss*
Iiamlll, we'll go down and get your
father's visa on your passport"
Constable Dillon put in a word: "It's
not on the cards, slf, tf?-take along a |
young lady. If this Huxby tries to
"He's your meat, Dillon. I'll staDd
responsible for Miss Ramill."
Down at the waterfront. Garth went
over the plane with his pilot friend.
There was a full load of gasoline and
a change of oil. To the week's supply
of provisions, he added the three pairs
of snowshoes and the new rifle. With
the rifle came enough cartridges to re
fill the belt that still held his knife
1.111th had gone aboard the steamer.
She returned with her father. He
looked worried. She had put on
her Indian-woman costume?buckskins,
moccasins, fur cap and gloves. The
millionaire chose to lay the bUme on
"Have yon gone Insane? No more
than get ber out of that muskeg bell,
and you want to drag ber back to your
Infernal hole In desolation!"
"The lady's choice, not mine."
"Well, you're taking ber."
"How can I help It, sir? Ton are
her father. Why not assert your pa
ternal authority?" -
Li 111b ^rushed aside their trifling.
"Which Is my seat?"
?The rear.?Close her In, Kiwi."
She turned to fling her arms around
her father and kiss him. It was the
only caress Gartb bad ever seen ber
As be put on his pilot friend's hel- I
met and goggles, the constable mount
ed to the middle cockpit Kiwi band- .
ed the girl Into the rear one. He drew
over her head the shatterless glass
cowl that almost covered the opening.
Garth spoke a last word to her anx
ious father: "In all probability, sir,
we'll overtake you within three or four
days. May, however, have to lay ovy.
In case of storm. If fog or snow makes
us miss you on your way out we'll
probably meet at Fort McMurray."
Mr. Ramlll came "close "Garth, ?
there's something I can't understand.
This crazy notion of Lillth's, I mean.
It's not mere willfulness. She has
something in mind."
"Wants to see the handcuffs slipped
on Huxby," Gartb replied. "Can you
blame her? Mangled vanity. Had be
lieved he loved her for herself at least
as much as for her inheritance. 'Hell [
hath no fury like a woman scorned'?
all that, you know."
"Not all. Garth?no! There's some
thing else. I can't make her out. j
Something different about her."
"Perhaps she'll tell you when we
come out. I'll of course do what I
can for her."
Garth shook hands, and swung
aboard the snlall craft At a sign from
him, the displaced pilot gave the pro
peller a spin. The plane swung around,
to taxi downstream.
There was no bhrry. Had Huxby
schemed to fly Into the valley merely
to stake the placer In his own name
and bop out again, he would not have
taken the three miners. He undoubt
edly had planned to do bis season's as
sessment work. That would mean a
shaft sunk to bedrock, so that he could
bring out a load of the platinum-gold
Midway of the down river night, the
three-seater ran Into a gleet squall.
Garth dropped to the water and tied
up under the lee of a spruce-black
point When I.lllth demanded to know
the cause of the delay, he explained
obw sleet may pot a plane Into a spin
by freezing on the wings.
The squall blew over, leaving every
thing sheeted with Ice. Garth and Con
stable Dillon knocked clear the front
edge of the wings. Another hop
brought the party to the emergency
refueling post, shortly before sundown.
\This time Lillth Kamlll did not re
fuse Tobln's crude hospitality. She
troubled the old sourdough far more
by Insisting upon watching his prepara
tion of supper and breakfast
He could not at first believe she was
the painted lady who had scoffed at
his "garbage." She not only refrained
from scoffing, she ate his bacon and
porridge as heartily as Garth and the
policeman. * j
The moosehlde canoe lay uptnrned
on the bank beside Garth's old birch
bark. Tobln had at once told Huxby's
story. According to the engineer, the
lady and her father were still ma
rooned In the mountains- He had
come out with Garth to fetch a plane
for them. But Garth had been killed
by a wounded she-grizzly.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
Gypsy Race Much Mixed;
Fourteen Dialects Used
The gypsy race Is now s very mocfc
mixed one, with elements ot the
blood of all of the countries In which
they have resided; and gypsies from
one part of the world may present
characteristics and appearances quite
different from those of another part
notes a correspondent In the Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
The English word gypsy reflects the
old belief of many countries thst the
gypsies were Egyptians. In other
rtiountries they were called Tartars.
The old agreement of the traditions
concerning them was that they bad
come to Europe out of the east.
Modern Inquiry has revealed a goo#-1
deal of their true history, however,
and has established that the race Is
.originally from northwestern India.
Rands cf the Inhabitants of this qf
gion were driven away from their
homes and set wandering by hordes
of northern Invaders which swept
down upon them In the Ninth century.
These forbears of the modern gypsy
moved Into Kabulistan and Persia, anjj
ultimately Altered through Syria Into
Egypt and northern Africa and through
Turjtpy Into Europe. There are now
14 or more distinct dialects of their
language In European countries?Indi
cating their widespread distribution.
LaH|ia|M and ToBfaM
Language li a term that la applica
ble to any mode dT conreylng Ideas,
whether by speech, writing, hiero
glyphics or a system of gestures or
pantomime Even the deaf have sev
eral languages, but cannot he properly
said to have "tongue* " Tongue Is an
English term for the spoken language
of a particular people as the f"-on.-h
tongue, the German tongn* and *. on.
Melllet and Cohn In "The t mgoages
of the World" Index ?Tin named
tongues and systems of wriri gs That '
work claaalflea spee< li a* of Hi eoun
try (2) town. (3) vIM- -e 14> Island.
(5) river, (6) tribe. Dialects aie in
Blouses Gain New Fashion Heights
By CHERIE NICHOLAS
BLOUSES are stepping out of their
one-time obacurlty under a ault
Jacket and are appearing at gay aoclal
functions as costumes In tbelr own right
complete with slim skirts of silk satin,
wool or silk velvet. Paradoxical as It
sounds, tailored blouses hare soft
touches, while formal blouses hare a
rather tailored look, the fabric sup
plying the proper glamor for the occa
The blouse of silk lame Is a favorite
for dressy afternoon wear, and those
"little evenings" when your hostess
says: "Don't dress." There are long
sleeved or short-sleeved models In all
over patterned silk lames which glitter
to your heart's content, or If you so
choose you may have soft silks with
Just a suggestion of metal In Inter
woven or embroidered motifs.
The shirtwaist or Jacket type of
blouse of scintillating lame Is promi
nent, fastening with long rows of self
covered buttons, rhlnestone studs set
on a front tuck, or with elaborate
frogs of self-fabric. A typical model
of each Is here Illustrated. Huge frogs
of self-fabric trim the Jacket blouse as
pictured at the top In the group. White
and silver Silk metallic In a scroll pat
tern fashion 1L The sleeves are full to
the elbow. A tiny turn-down collar of
self fabric finishes the neckline.
The other metallic blouse shown Is
of gold silk lame. It Is a glittering lit
tle affair which can be worn for formal
afternoons or "little" evenings. Its
brief sleeves are puffed. The closely
placed buttons are of self fabric, while
pert bows accent the neckline and
waistline. It Is a Lanvln model. Very
new looking, too, are sleeveless silk
lame blouses with draped armholes
shirred or draped bodices after the
Blouses worn without suits under
fox or mink capes for theater, night
clubs or the cinema are smartly new.
They are worn without bats or with
absurd little evening hats that are
mere twists or dabs of silk tnlle, silk
lame or silk velvet
For luncheon in a swank restaurant,
for afternoon tea, there is nothing |
more flattering than a blouse of de
lectable silk satin, softly draped or
shirred at the shoulders, with a new
version of the high cowl neckline after
the manner of the Schlaparelll model (
illustrated to the left below. This ;
stunning silk satin blouse is Ir. Kelly
The sheer silk blouse, new this sea
son, is attracting favorable attention.
It can be worn with a dark woolen or
tweed suit or as a separate costume
with a contrasting skirt Silk chiffon
and silk georgettes are the featured
fabrics. Fine pleating or tucking, shir- j
ring around yokes or under necklines !
give such blouses softness and femi
The tailored blouse for sports wear
or with a tailored suit is done In varied
moods. There are youthful blouses of
soft silk crepes in pastel colors, with j
simple club collars, and perky bows
for trimming?correct for wear with
plaid woolen skirts or with tweed i
suits. Then there are shirtwaist blouses
of delicate silk crepe He chine, with
jabots and frills trimmed with hue
lace, perfect f wear with a perfectly
Colors are new this season, too. i
Gold and silver vie for favor in met
als. Strong blues and reds and greens
are favorites In less formal blouses
of satins and chiffons. The dusty pas
tels of strong vivid tones, both regis- 1
ter for tailored blouses. Of course
classic white is as Important as ever. |
It is the rule for the blouse to provide j
the color accent for the ensemble,
sounding the basic note of the costume,
which m*kes It more than Just a mere
C W*?t?m New?pap?r Union.
BLACK AND WHITE
IS SMART AS EVER
That ?he Parisian black and whltl
la Just as smart as it ever was Is prov
en by the winter collection of Chanel, j
who trims with white touches almost
as lavishly as In the summer collection.
Outstanding Is the sheer black wool,
which looks like a silk crepe. The
dress Is In two pieces, with a shorter,
straight skirt whose fullness comes
from box pleats at the side seams.
The* top Is high at the neck with a
white band and crisp bow tie similar
to that worn by a man. The long
sleeves are full above the elbow, and
have white wrist cuffs. The bow tie
at the neck Is repeated at the front
of the belt
? Hats for Country Outfit
There In lota of choice for ihe hat
which completes ones country outfit.
The suede or chamois can be matched
In a beret trimmed with a bright quill
or the sweater and jacket lining can
be matched with a soft, perky woolen
hat, while still a third choice is a
sports felt the same shade as the skirt
and trimmed with a quill of the same
color as the sweater and Jacket lining
Clothes may make the man. but
muke-up makes the woman. Make the
eyes as dramatic as possible. Keep
eyebrows faint and unobtrusive. Use
rouge lightly to leave the emphasis on
f New w.m?1s mlled "rag-rug** tweeds
are being shown In Paris. They a-*
woven with lilts of mult I colored fab
rlc among the threads, to resemble rag
Full and Slim Silhouette
Nowydfopear for Evening
Both the sTfm^tf houette and the very
full one appear In the evenirfc mode.
Malnbocher, the clever young man
from Chicago, who has become one of
the leading designers In Paris, favors
slim frocks with all the fullness gath
ered in the bark. For Instance, a slim
frock of black matelasse silk taffeta
has a vast bustle that puffs out Just
below the low graceful V of the black
decolletage. In contrast is a dress of
plain black crepe done oh very slim
lines. The frock Is worn with a black
?atin rape on which there are sewn
horizontal strips of monkey fur. A
frock of purple-red and silver brocade
has fullness only In the hack. The full
ness is held out with stiffened net
Bracelets and necklaces apparently
have taken a tip from the barbaric
splendor of Byzantine Jewelry and ap
pear In massive designs sometlfnes set
with stones as large as bird's eggs. So
large and blazing Is the Jewelry, which
a number of designers display for
wear with the frocks of Persian and
Egyptian Inspiration, that only one or
two pieces can be worn at a time.
Black Supplants Pink
Black satin with a silvery brocade
design, reputed to be scratchproof. Is
the latest material for foundation gar
ments. On dlsplsy In many Paris
shops was a radical departure, white
and flesh-colored undergarments. The
newest are sleek, streamlined wisps of
shimmering black satlfi and elastic.
Gold and Jewels
Day dresses this fall will he accent j
ed by embroideries, gold braiding, vel
vet trimming and Jeweled ornaments
Excited Gentleman Finds
He's Not Who He Thought
A man came Into a barber ah op ?
the other da; and aaked for the
works, lie was In the chair, lather
on his face, a manicure working on
bla nails, when another man buret
In and cried excitedly: "Hey, Sha
piro, your bouse la on fire."
The fellow jumped out of the
chair and ran down the street, the
towel around his neck waving In
the wind, the lather drying on his
cheeks. Out of breath, he stopped
suddenly. "What the dlckeaa la the
matter with me':" he muttered,
name ain't Shapiro."?Jane Pro
vines In Chicago Tribune.
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