Martinson, from long experience conceived that this must be a matter of family misconduct—a son, daughter, wife.
"Mr. Pinkerton is in Chicago at present," replied Mr. Martinson.
"Now then, if there's anything I can do for you," Mr. Martinson paused.
"A relative of yours—possibly, I suppose," remarked Martinson, tactfully.
Martinson, who had two daughters of his own, observed the suggestive movement.
Two men claim that Luke Martinson never had any rights here—that the old Martinson claim to the island was a false one.