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Saturday, Angftt 25,1917
Along- the Summer Rialto
One Itcaton Why the Air h Sow Wanner on Broadway
By Jack Callahan
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Tie Weil-Rounded Neck,
Sign of Perfect Health,
Possible Through Exercise
The Green-Good KJng
"By Arthur H. Hectic
Dcautifying Process Can He Hastened by Proper
Carriage of the Head, Daily Hat lis and Massage
and by Avoidance of High, Tight Collars.
By Pauline Furlong
p r I 1U17. l Tlx I'tro I'jii MilBt 'Tli S Y.irii t.'K.tm MurMI.
A well M umlcd neck U lint only lovuly In Itself, tut out; of the uret
Isns of DiTfoit hrulth utiil ulmmlunt vttnlity. It nuiku little (lirriicncn
If tlio neck U long or hnrl, Just ho It Is xmooth anil white and nut too fat
nor too thin. Kltlier ilUflnurPiin-nt can be overcome
cnlly mill the brnutlfyltiK prctw can bo hnctt-uud by
Uio iivnlilmnc of IiIkIi, tlKht collnri, proper cnrrl.ij;i
of tho head, dally baths, oxeiclao mid inu.vu;o for
Thin women can develop the tuck throiiRh sjicriul
exorclsen, among them client racing and chicken wings,
which arc practiced In the following manner:
CIiohI liaising: Stand with the body arm's lenpt'i
. from llio wall, knee rigid, feet together, palms of
F"Vh'"F 'tfiaaa imlul!1 rcst11K on the wall. Uiwer tho chest until It
touches tho wall between the hands, allowing the body to form a slanting
line, neither humped up nor slumped In, from tho shoulders to tho heels
The feet must remain in the original starting position, excepting that the
heels leave the lloor as tho chest reaches the wall.
tower and raise the chest twenty-tlvc times at least at each prncllcc.
This exercise tills in unsightly hollows In the chest and nround tho collar
bones and enlarges upper arms. It will also correct round shoulders In n
short time and. promote better carriage. Chest rulslng also prevents tin
CRAIG KENNEDY, THE SCIENTIFIC
DETECTIVE, UNDERTAKES ONE OF
THE STRANGEST CASES IN HIS LONG
CAREER OF BAFFLING CRIME
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ir n.'.ia uf liw wilt. 'lUir) uu i4i ui hoin. aiir ant ii'ii ib rrallr U irlnli llh hrr
l,u.i iikI . iriir MiiUr. Uraunlf iiMl Jan. t inti. nrt r44in.niln if Ui Mnii ttiilti,
.itfr l' li ii illrr Vr. Knirifili l.i .il illt jii ln tM inajnrtl. gun, liKI In fcf
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luii'l rril tfriMf1 14Mb. tiif iiatu.r 4-1 m in i.il ul 1h lwn,l thy brliri h 1fu tiukic Story of the
bail I 't llir liauk. M himJ l I 'li l-I il.' "i I imic uf hk larlwara prmta la lx MIUii. felts 1 1 v Ken
tU. l 11111 ntat. 'llMMItlHi i llw lll til ii NUl.t l'uMi Cuutt. f ( , (
Hi: pi Uiiiiiun, iiUlililillK Mi -11
K.iln-hllJ, wero at last ur
ralnnr.I, and tho machinery of
the lnw boKun ntuuly and pmi-
id rotix'y to overuomo its inertia.
Hardly had tho enso li"oii opi-ned daze.
when there was a atlr In the court. "Von havn ilnclveil
wirn w 1 1 1 1 1 Nt'uklng niimni; tho many
xl inner fm in nliuilt ln'i. Iliifui)- uny
niir ruiild Inicrfern she advauciMl to
ward ti I ii I woiultfreil If sho would
throw liiTm'ir mi him for protection.
liiHti'iiil, us kMk Htoiid miulotilrvj.
elti'tcliliiK .in linw Urn r.iiniUTfidls i.iiiii'. tin- hiiiiri'MHt'iMit eHrefully a..d
tin il firm infn iictm'teil, mm imw nu cniiii r m ,m uinli i t.in.
hud tntri'd Ihi-in Mist to tin' I runt inn- lit n ihu tlnutT priiilM of IH.
i'uiiiMin in one illioetlon, iiml ttmn, 'i..iri koiik wre toiiiiMiiiHl unit rn-
MtiutliiK all uwi niculii, lo t lit- I'letro jiiMcd, , m Puiri.'., nmrli to the ur-
gMIIK III IIih ntlmr: linw hi' Mini fill imh uf Ihn JiIiImc, who mia-IIH'il to
IiiwihI the g.inn; Imw hf Imd WHlchoil mtM H niiKfli'lon that the Itlock IIhIhI
them; and finally tlm stmy uf thu i,.n,,.r wax In itunie wn oonctn ni'd
nrrest. with the ihatli .if HiiiuhI.
ily heiut swain iin I heard my own 'They me nut tlm ml inn " themi
liamu culled a lew uiliiiaeN lutur. t ol- inlntH of Mri Mnore. I eotild linitr
li'niin...li' at . t "V.it. nf. lliav 1IL..
story of Ihe dlneuwry of the i-oiiniiT- flmmi of .Minn I'ulrehllil. No, themi
KemiKily to the Imnli m vaults, un I Iih Hiikvi iirlntH of a mull."
We were all i.iifntly looking at Iveli
"Will i kllllll Mil I up t I III'
table. .Mr Mimiii', ami place smir
nni-'i'r mi thin I ii k 1 1 1 k pad and llieii
nil HiIh alii I "f impel?" ankid I'llllkT.
.Mm Hi' a,iilii .'oniplk'il, KlalU'llig
al Mis. M.iiiii', ln iiii-i IiIh eye eiillu
ly and without aiiv iipparent eiuotlon.
I tin rnaKli'trtiW' and Ktineiy tieiit
Head What Happened When a llutlvrtty Wife
Va I' lit to the Tent
The Story Hc(jls on This Page Monday, August 27.
...... ........ ... , -.-- - -- irMilirMr ,IIV IV. 1M n r, .Mill V I 111 ii inn .... n.... u..
Ill ru-ui4 raLhm linil ' - "' ini"ij
plot nil him when it nlimilJ Ik- dm
"Mllli r. J. ill liHW' pliiteil a . ii.ok'd
mid artful usni". Imt It In all tiinin
mill out hum . ami the mull wlimu n'l !
miiild Imve iiiiiifil, an In iillinintliiK
Ills wire'Miirrei'tliitiii. Ntaml i vliulle.iteil
draKXiil me over tuwuid tier, then
kiIiIihI, In mi undeitoiK f "This inorn
iiik. wtiile nhi' watt out of the. room. I
SUIislltuted enllJIlim tlilde nalt for the
iIoiihih In the Miiit In her hand liuc.
Hiiu't miy a word .1 limit II, Wilto.,
Mm linn leullv and truly film pi)
ln'fnre the world of Hi-iy ilnime ex I fainted from the en Iti-ni'-nt.'
nipt on our liven In tin)
labornt'iry after tracing tne KlHck
II11111I letter tu the I'letrn gam?. Then
the ti Mlliiiuny reverted tu tin death of
hilieail, the dlm'nveiy of the electric
gun In the M.tfe-dcpiiHit linx. and I
mwoto to tl.e illscmerv nf finger
IirlntH on the gnu and the drawer In
Mm slowly rained hor linger, mid do- which It had been found,
nounced him scornfully, naslonatelv. IVtubioko uud l.loyd followed, with
turning louaid thu Judge, In a half iouimon corrniiorating my longer oxer tne 111110 r inltitH. while wu
account, aim as the cuiirtionm was united Impatiently to hear tho re
me, you have electrllled by Ihe startling ieelatlons suit.
rhe Judge rapped for order, hut to no played tho spy. you havo eaves, that wo who making, I turned to read "Mr. Miller." Kennedy's voire rang
effect. The thing had long since got dropped on my convut cations, you their crrcct on tho actor who Inter- mn shaiply. "will you kindly step up
beyond court precedent, for never be- l.avo Insulted me, and now you tiro ested mn most. Mooie had now re- to Mm table?"
fote had the room been charged with 'tiding It by ruining all that 1 hold gained a largo measure of IiIh self- As Ciulg laid this last set of prints
.such potential excitement. dear In the world. 1 hate you. 1 will control, mid was following file couiso down beside (he photographs, a look
.Mrs. Moore had hern endeavoring tell my story In court, and shout It of events keenly. I could not fathom of H.'itlxfaetlim was plainly visible on
... I.... ,... tliri.inrli tho nnnh III fill. II P IV H till ll.irK. I Will lllil'n Ilia, hi 111. .Mlltlir U'llH Mill eOOl llllll (ill- llS fill'!'.
n the back of this loom, and had been tlce and I will save tho man you lecteil, still seeking eagerly to catch "This Is Ihe man who employed the
dotained by u court attendant. Hho havo dragged hero under a falso the eye of tho woman who had dared Metro gang to make the counterfeits,
muen mr nun, wiuie sue, uy a "... m-i ..... himi "o mn u iniiicui
i.rtt. ..n.. .....I ..n.i. .i-ii.i .....I ..hii.r-d" mo much for blm. while miii. liv a
accumulation of rolls of Inert tissue and Biiperfluous fat on thu shoulder 1 startled face, pushed frantically One of tho court officers had re- "'Wity effort, was still keeping her s t,v',ry. w ho placed the electric
i. .l !... .l. l.t,..l .l....,l.tlnM .l.rn.,.1, tl, nnrl- MirOUCll the Crowd. IllslllO tile rallllllT. l-iUKl-ml fni.M hl mirnrl.n ami vein. I'lCO aVCIllMl. " '. 'm 1 '.u 1""
u.lLUfHi ufiauBt; 11 aiiiiiuuiiesi mi' uiuum i... k..,.a.w.. a...vi..p... .- . . . , - - - - - - - ...... -- ..vi.i... ,.,t
Chicken Wing exercise for thin neck and shoulder hollows Is practiced
with the closed lists resting on the tons of shoulders and tho elbows i
worked around and around In circles. This does not develop upper arms,
but exercises only the shoulder muscles and upper back.
Answers to. Beauty and Health Questions
ONIONS MRS. '.'AllKIl': T.i.llttlo sweet ultnond oil over warm
Onions are rich In sulphur und ar
useful In constipation.
. .1... ... Ha a . . ...u......ull.i.. 'eel Ills Hl't'iet until In. Mlinolil emu.
At i no gaie inn stoou nun nesi- t her side, emleavoi nK to lead hor , 'V , u . . " '""" ,' r" "' .,., ,i, i,,!. , , ,, : ,, ,, ,. ", ,i
tnted for a moment. In Homo way KPntly away. f"r the death of Mr. Hnead?" I heard ",'?..t"'' "'" and hae tlniu to I n.iI.
n- ws had reached her of the catas- t )ooke,l at Kennedy sharply. This Kennedy lepeat after the question of '"111"1h";;7'';' l"" 'r) ..'"
trophe which Kennedy had predicted, was a new phase of tlio case, which I tho Judge, who was conducting tho ex- e nr of he '''''' Mr.
.she had hurried to meet It. I felt that did not understand. What new clo- atnlnattou Inforiuallj. In order to do- ? 1 ,'" ' '" ll"P "l for
II u.. o iirimhl ninniulil In mniii' . ..I.. . .u... term 1111 What t.iTMillH In llfllil. llllll " " "IIKUl IIINCHVIT UIO BP'
i. iin . 1.... . iiiv.ik iiiiu 111a 111 nun ni .inn iiiuiihiik - .7 ? V... ernt tiroiiit nrnlv 'PIiIm ....... tt...
f.iv. inii.i iiii,,.il,nti..ir..i i"ir,.i..i... whom to di.Hin ss. "Your honor, f LMU Prematureij. I his man will the
DESK WORK AND GYMNASIUM
AllTHUH U.: You should Include
gymnasium work In your exercises
because you can concentrate more on
the object ou are try. hat to attain
that Is lorreetlve exercises, to which
llttlo If any thought In given In out
door and eompetttKv games. Swim
ming and chc.it exercises expand the
chest mid develop lung power and
correct round shoulders am! other
deformities caused by constant desk
TREATMENT FOR URIC ACID
MILS. F. T. H.: .Sweat baths aro one
of tho best treatments for excesslv?
uric acid. The skin plays in Im
portant part In tho elimination of
the body's waste matter. Kxerclse,
deep breathing and fresh air also
play quite us lmpurl.rU .1 part as
proper diet. Do not eat meat, eggs,
pastries, sweets, coffee, tea, alcohol.
Drink pure water, llthla water and
buttermilk at times. Cooked ami raw
fruits with llttlo sugar are udvlsid:
dark breads, (Ish, shellfish, green
SiVnctables uud thuso which grow
nbovo the ground aro all good for
LIP AND CHEEK ROUGE
MAH1H. J.! Melt cocoa butter and a
water. Hemoe from tho heut,
hard and add enough powdered
mine to make desired color. This
pure and harmless, nlsu cheap.
PASTE FOR DLACKHEADS
flAHOM) Mix one dram sulphur,
one dram glycerine mid one ounce
henitoated lard together and massage
Into the blackheads. Diet Ik alsu Im
portant to remove thei.i.
FARM WORK H. N. 11.: Tho kind
of work you do on jour farm vaca
tion depends on your health and
physical condition. If mi are not
tired out and run down, wood chop
ping and other strenuous labor, done
In moderation, will benetlt you. Other
wise, rest nnd take mild 'exercise.
DROWN SPOTS H, It.: These are
likely liver spots on the body nnd
come from tetalned waste matter In
it. Follow light diet of green veto!,
nhles and drink much wster. Dathe
often nnd breathe deeply to .help
cleanse the body through all of the
To whom would she turn a. she trayed neither by line nor muscle of you will allow mo 1 will piece together r c , " l it?
,.rm stood there alone In he elenred spaco his face that he was surprised or the parts of the testimony that have ;.VrV,it M1. i t J-.V..I i
that separated tl.e actors In the llnal chagrined at the unexpected turn of been given, and before I have Mulshed "If" 1 't"t,,1 ' " '.
ear- oraiiui iroui uie k-.iiii-k iiowh in mu events. emni .-in... niui n... i ii.ui I'l'iBun in .ii..,,,,,, .... .. . . : ,.-
Is U '7.1.",.. . in n instant It dawned on me. Ho this court was engaged J' oieer- ''U ZuTZ
Moore was sitting at the end of the had been playing a came, not being mg tins glgantlo cotinterreiting ',, ' . ".,,'". .'
group, nearest h. r. Yet sho passod played with as a pawn In somebody swindle, that that person was using . ' .' ' , .,',,' ' ih7. ..nl.Z,
him by without a word. else's game. What It was I ,11,1 not tho services of Miss Fnlrclilld In doing ?' P(,Il,( . ), ' '' 1 "Z,?u ,r, u" 1
Hho Hesitated, and looneti about Know as yet. but 1 felt all of tlio old so as a go-neiween, wnuo sno mso ... . ,,,: . ..... . . '
again. Was It Kennedy she sought, confidence In my friend flooding back played another role of stirring up
I wondered? The thing was so tin- iito niv mind. What a foiil 1 had domestic strife In this amazing case.
usual that no one attempted to hln- ben to doubt him for a moment! "Now, llrst, as to tho matter ot the
dcr her. Kvi n the Judge seemed to "Order In the court!" roared the electric gun which killed Mr. Snind
realize that the woman was besldo Judge, ularlng now at Mrs. Moore, U hu placed It there to guard the s
herself. and pausfd. ns If In doubt who seemed to realize for the flrif rtet during those hours when he ould
whnt to order. time whero she was. She moved not personally guard It himself? 'm
SUSCEPTIDLE TO COLDS MRS
f. N. II.: The dully cold bath in the
motnltiu and open air exercise and
"(instant deerj breathing will helo
iiv.reuoie this tendeiiey and weak
Keeping Food in Mot Weather
Some "Don'ls" lo lie Observed in Your Kitchen.
ON'T let vegetable! Ilo nrouad
in the hot kitchen itnd wilt, but
w'iIiu it is warm, as this wlil not only
melt the eo but cause the food Itself
tl. n I'llllllM tlltl.aU .. . . 1 1. .1.
place them on damp paper In a "u",;' 11 u""'r
cool place. They keep best where
then Is a euirent of air. If lettuces
are wl.ted wi'en delivered put thim
at once In cold water, but don't add
salt, as this draws out some of their
valuable mineral properties, If In an
hour they aro not revived they aro not
tit to cut and should be thrown away.
Don't let vegetables stand la wat"r
all night. This Is dangerous to health,
as vegetable Ilbro begins to decay and
ferment after twelve hours In water.
Don't let tho Ico got all melted In
tho refrigerator before getting an
other piece. It Is greater econi..iiy to
keep tho compartment nearly full, as
then the Ico doesn't melt so fast.
Don't keep butter or milk uncov
ered In tho saino compartment as llsh,
tiii cheese, onions, bananas or cantaloupes
or any other strong smelling food, for
V dairy products arc very absorbent and
will take tho flavor.
.Sour put fish directly on artificial
ice, fm Mie ammonia used In muUIng
this let may combine with tho fish to
cause ptoinulno poisoning. Never
pliiio meat dliectly on Ihe Ice unless
closel wrapped In papor or on a
plate, ns tho Ico will oxtrnct tho best
Juices from It,
Don't put food Into tho rofrlgcrator
ir j on aro out of Ice and can't get
more at once, don't let the food spoil
this hot weather, but wrap the er
Ishuble foods. In h clean m l eliith i.ml
put them whero a current of air will
reach them. It 1 poswlhle to lower
tho temperature ot anything sever il
digrces by doing this. iUi:u the milk
uottio in a pan of water up to tho
i ix-ii ami i pi a Htanu in a shady win
no... nniiiie tne water every hour or
so ror watsr as cool as It will mn
from the faucet. 'Ut the butter In i
deep bowl und pour In slightly salt'd
water to cover the butter Then cover
be bowl with a ,ean cloth, lttitter
will keep sweet for weeks in the hot-
iuki w earner in tills way.
Don't soak chlckonn In Wnlna If a.n.t
prepare them the day before for u
nunimy uinncr. wipe the chicken
oyer carefully Inside and out with a
ciean ciotn uippcd in warm water
wiiii euiiiuuin one teiispoonful of bl-
curoouuie or somi to u quart. This
win nut oniy remove the dirt but pio
vein any strong nute. Then dry
trioioiiKhiy nnd place on tho lower
sue,; v, uie iiivjox. ir you huvo the
least doubt of their keeping piopeily
put (i llttlo powdered charcoal inside
.MiiK conned with eggs nnd kept
overnight tu lint weather In often .t .n.
dermis. Don't eat It If It tastes tho
Don't keep cup custards or cream
,iies ovo- nigiu in August,
It w.u Indeed Craig that her eyes meekly to one side and took a chair the walls of that safety deposit box, pretext or other.
And. Illllle than Hint, he nut nnlv
planned to loot the Must ,-oinpnny, but
he planned to cover hl'l escape by
casting the blame on his imiluer, m
whose name he eiiKU'.-eil Mm lltt
photogruph gallery in which th imi-
terreitu were made, and to which he
h' lit his pnrtiiei'H wife often on Hume
i keept IiIh too Kn at enKrnes I,
iiiiihm a fortune In iiurMlnnnhle stin k 1
deals. Mr. Moore, our partner has'
iiMd von as few dummy directors and
silent iHirtiiem have ever lien uwxl i
I .ii m luratillale ton on the turn
cw iiii li.n. taken. f..r sin the start
Slliil.lii liu , been reattbiK on you,
win, b must noun have Ikciiiiih over
Not a wind or a sound broke the
stlllllfHM of the eoilttiooui as we lis
tened breaMilexFly to the exKnire
"Mr. Miller, yon ant held at Ihe lo
UUest of tho federal allthorltlen to
nwmt the action of the grand Jury,"
said the Judge derisively.
ml I.I, Kit sat coolly fingering his
watch chain, the ciiliuns'
person In thu courtroom, lie
looked about cynically, as If
he was merely a spectator
of tho exposure which at olio blow
had placed tils u.tmo high In tho rolls
of the Kteal get-rlrh-uulck swindler
of the time.
A po'vcil counterfeiter, murderer,
i mbezzler -why hud Craig omitted so
carefully lo add anything of Miller's
effort tn wreck his partner's homo?
Miller's eyes wandered slowly from
one fare to another, until he was
looking siU.irely at thu woman whom
ho had so irtlrll) deceived. They ex
changed a glance, and she turned
from him coldly, and shuddeted.
"(iond-hy," Miller half whispered,
under hi breath.
She did not bcein to hear, or
at least she betrayed no evidence of
Mlller ion and took out his wallet,
as ir in nan. i hit soinetliiiiif.
I understood insliiull). As we ben I
over he. Kennedy iMtheil her faci
with the ice water, nnd funned ho'
wIMi his hat. while I felt her pula-i
and chafed her hands. A th.rd flgur.
was now hcmling nvei her. hIo. It
wus her husband
"Just fainted," sitlil Kennedy, as we
threat carried her into the India's
chamber, and placed Im- on a couch
l our lUtlii woman, said the now
penitent Mooie. "How I have neg
lected her, nnd how iinjuit und mean
i tin v! iwnn, since the rumors wars
brought to ii l ears b piopla whom
.Miller must havo put up to It! And
now she must have hated iu for
milking iiucli a fool of myself chasing
after that girl who wus working for
Miller 1 Thank (lod It stopped In time.
Hut will nlin ever forgive me, Ken
nedy? Wilt shu ever bellevo that I
nave been only u plain teiiri.
Craig said nothing, "Seo If you can
find u llttlo brandy, or sums other
nil inula 11 1. ..tome- quick. "
Ilo continued tu ran Mrs. Moore aa
her husband dashed bareheaded, out
upon the street to the nearest drug
"Just In time," murmured Kennedy,
as her eyelids flutlcreil. "I didn't
want her to sea her husband yet. Uut
she Is all right now."
At the mention of her liusbanu'a
name sho opened her big blue eye
nnd gated wildly ubout the Strang
"Where Is Will? Does ho does bo
know? lias he left mu? What did ho
say about me?" sho asked weakly.
"I'lofessor Kenned, I swear lo
llraven Mint I did not know Chester
Mr. Mlllrr-hud put tho photograph
gallery In my husband's name, l
knew nboitt the counterfeits, t w.u
guilty of that knowledge. Hut bo
swore that Mr. Hnead committed Mli
clde. What did my husband say tit
Out of a
compnrtment he drrtw a llttlo ploco of i m87"
He thinks you fainted. Trust me
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ON THI8 PAGE COMPLETE
EVERY TWO WEEK3.
which Iho officer cave her. near tho as has been testified, I found a largo
i nil, opposite Miller. Miller's eyes number of linger prints, which I pho-
v ere fixed on her face in i.iccr ex- tographed. llero uro tho phoie-
peetnncy, but she did not look at graphs."
him. It was ns If she could not trust He noleninly laid the prints before
herself to do so. .Sho dropped her the Judge. Then ho took an Inking
gaze nnd stltdlqd tho worn floor, pad from the court clerk and a pad -if
He t alMed bin eon-
lldi ntlal manager of the I n v-si ni' iit
department of the firm lo Internal his
patlner in a scheme for filiating a new
erimpatiy, cleveily twisted and dis
torted the actions of his pariier f ,r
hl'i own purposed, and siiunh' to en it
the whole blame for the counterfeiting
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By Will B. Joh i fecn e
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white paper, and unrolled It dellber
atcly, betraying not a tiemor of nerv
oUHIienn us he did so.
At tno sight of It, Mrs. .Moore
seemed fiozen with horror: lleforo she
could it out or teach forwrd for It,
hu hud folded tt lengthwise, thrown
back his heud, und poured a white
powder from the paper on his tot. glut
As tho eieet form of Miller sunk
'convulsliely to tho lloor, shu uttered a
Hcienin, .iii.l rushed madly from him,
into the crowd at thu back of the
i . il'tl unlli
''Quick -a doctor, an ambulance,
uiiyuiing. Mlllei has taken poison,"
i'i .ml Mnore, bendiiiK ovur the partner
I who had tieatwl him bo blackly, ob
livious to inn past, mid thinking only
f :h human trag'tdy of the life that
aiis being allotted tint befuro us.
"There is nothing they can do,"
wh.'ipered Ketihidy to me. "Il In tho
pmsiiii be siiuichcd from Mrs. .Moore
that night when we listened over thu
diitogruph. Klcluus Is derived from
hi. castor-oil beun. nnd imo grain of
it will kill a million und a half guinea
rigs, a. 'ii n k to tn poison experts.
I , si un til ely turned to sen what
bml beeoine of .Mrs Moore after her
frUiiteimd .light. Sho wus standing
mar a wutc eunliT III tho buck of the
courtroom, unobserved In the excite
ment. I saw her open her band bag. A
similar plnec of whllo paper to that
winch now lay on the floor by Mlllei
was in hi r hand. lleforo I could
reach her through the crowd slut bud
swallowed the htuff with h glnus of
She fell hcuvll) on tho lloor, and the
g'uss wuh shattered Into a thousand
"Kennedy!" 1 cried. "Mrs. Mooro
I felt a hand suddenly over my
mouth. It whs Kennedy's.
"lUs fainted." ho said, as he half
if yuii want mr tu bring this out lor
tho best. You havo bolh been In tho
wrong, llelleve me, your secret is
safe. It was only table salt you swal
lowed, anyway. Do you feel better
Moore had secured the stlmulaut,
and wus kneeling now by the couch.
She turned her face away from him,
as If she could nut summon courma
to meet his eye.
"Harriet, look at mn," he pleaded.
Still shu said nothing.
"WP1 you forgive me, Harriet?
Sny cs. I'm not such u bad lot, after
all only a plain, ambitious fool.
She turned toward him slowly.
"You can ask that, William, after-after-
ou have, heard andseen all
thai has tuken place to-night?" she
lie bent over nnd looked earnestly
at her. then, with a significant glance
at the courtroom, added: "Let the
dead past bury its dead."
"Come, Walter," whlipored Ken
nedy, us he look my arm and closed
the door softly. "1 want to make sure
that I'ietro und his rang am huld for
bath the counterfeiting and tho wreck
ing of the laboratory, or we shall le
grut that we ever got mixed up In this
"Craig," I confessed, as wo stood for
a moment alone together, watehlig
tho excited scene In tho room before
us, "forgive me for over doubting- that
yuu could be any other than my old,
honest, honura,ble friend -even If
there was u woman In tho case."
"Walter," tin replied, smiling, and
then letting the smile fade Into setl
oudiH'bs, "I don't know what I would
not havo done for that woman if I
had really loved her and knew how
much sho could caro for a man,"
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