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VOL. XXXIII, N0. 26.
CHICAGO, ILL., SATURDAY,
JULY 1, 1905.
SINGLE CUPIES 5 CENTS.
V THE HEART OF THE RED PRINCESS;
By PHILIP RUTHERFORD KELLAR.
.A. Tale of a it-Iidden City. ‘
f<,‘all5'l- ht, 1905, by Philip R. Kellarj
. CHAPTER 1. ' >
THE‘ nEAstf:x' 01-‘ IT ALI...‘ T
> Almost’ have I
The hr: or story tellinx: Is not
ti wlth uotd embell.n
ments. 1 not know how 0 keep :-
10: the mt the key to the tn! the cllmat
‘ was a pnncess from the South and she Ian
her klllg<l(Inl of power (or me an a ing-
dnlll at love. so, having told the zreatest of
all the tzlle-the resultvl relate the detatls.
WE START FOR THE RED LAND.
We out upon the deck unttvhing the city
of 4‘h:lrleslo“'n slouly fzltllnz lrnm glgjlt
the 5221, h I
of the great t-ohtlm betwu-n the North and
South. for 12 had n u blot-kad e ruv‘I‘rl:‘l‘:
and B('lIY('(‘IY fl yea: hild W > d “"39 1 1
oral Loo htttl handed hls nwnrd to Grlml out
vthe battered remnants of the (‘onfederalc
war had changed all Khlnlrs. however. 9'“!
:my tamer and mother were xn Chicago,
Yal's rather had been killed during the can-
lllcl. tollowing his uile lhto the stunt be-
yond. Charleston-h still was I
our heart howow we were lvltldiul;
lt good-by. Derhxtfts rorever. ,
"Presently Val turned to me vt-lth a ges-
lure Of ‘RIPE! VICE, ‘
“I hope, Grahanl, he said, "(his wllvl
Kongo rhase of ours after me peopltr of tha-
Red Land and lhtir “ovlderful gold mmet
wlll not be the death or us LCl's>st:t>
l laughed quietly us I handed hlm an ex-
quisile bl: or gold curvlng whlch 1 carrled
Val oxnnlhled the carving Crilically for
nverz] lnnmrnul, n with n sigh or res-
Xgllsulnu he asked:
' .tUl'y of J.lm9: Gray again."
"All 0! 11?" I asked. '
llle whole thlng, Mr. James Gla-
-1 understood he
,u‘nrkinK for some u
"‘.‘nIl.rIght. Mr. Perry PercIx'Rl X'XctO
I American by birth, French by descent zlml
of my pet-su.-tslve ton ue.' .
' ‘ ' I on too many (rm: before you
Cnllllllellce the story," he grdwled. -
Vt-1's six teat or n9l'1't=('t manhood loumzed
deck, (or we htta discarded the uh.
cmntot-table chairs the captaln had pro-
vltled for us. an c an:
"“'l=II you know “hell we bark
fruitless nllltsion to spam aner
at-Illng our (‘OIIOH I
by the farce
l “R: t e more ready to go becnu
leave me all
or the Red Land," vhl Interrupted.
1 save his black curl)’ hair a yank bolore
"My uncle, you know. is an ardelll sup.-
nl‘lt‘l‘ ol the Cuban Junta-ln fact, is a.
nwnlhel‘ o the crowtl of ter 3
[VAlIll79Y8 who tire h ntled together tor the
mlrnrwe of secutlng for sun.
rune. Gray mus httten by a snake
ied wttltin six hours." -.
's:h:" Val shudtlorerl.
He stutl ht-tum-ttty
- n t Judge me harshly. Take
khx.-I gold-use lt-tr you-ctth- >'
lilo‘-ISIII .' " '
l paused whlle Val raised hls head and
re<lvd ms than upon Ms hand. -
"Shvlil X read (‘vrA,V".-u llmry a:: 7” I asked,
)1? Imdded. and Jnke rrept closer. V
’ C IAl‘.'rF.R m. <
I read Gray‘: manuscript, Va! and July-