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PACE PAGETWirLVE > A < E TWELVE LVE THE PENSACO PEN SAC 0 LA L Ai JOURNAL JOU J 0 URN KNAu A L SUNDAY SUN D A V MORNING M 0 R NI NG OCTOBER OC TO B E R 11905 11 1 1 1905 9 05
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1cReiarnf f q Return of ofSHERLOCK oft
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C HOLMES HOLMESBy H 0 L ES p
By A A4OLMES CONAN DOYLE DOYLEAudMIr BOYLEAuthor DOYLERuth
Author r e T TW nc ArfVMtttre et t StMrteck Hetotes Hetotesf Hel HeixtesThe tos tosrite
rite H Nwad eI die Iirkevlaas e SIea Sio ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATEDBY
sf f the Far A Stvtfy to Sort < < Etc a BY F D STEELE
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Continued from Eleventh DeveDthaU lags Pagavafletf lagsIlaaae
Ilaaae aU Qi et koeat that be availed avafletfToe lli ieL ieLFat Telf TelfTou
Toe remember that I wrote to Arthur Artnnrupon Arthurnpno Ar1InIrupon
upon last Iw l Itot t day W Well U Ued JatsreJ J eMD eMDM etpened
ed the letter and inserted I a ainc tnSe uk ukIng asktag
inc Arttnar Au to m meet et him ta a Bttte wod wodcalled weaodcalled WIHdcaJIed
called the I Farmed ra Shaw whkfe Is near nearto Dealto searto
to the school He lied the dnutoes dadaeasname 4 4Da dnutoescame
came Da and iu IJ that t way got the boy to tocome tol1alt tocoats
come That evening TIlin < < Jane J Jaaoes bicycled bicycledover Wqdedoerl bkydedoetI
over oerl I aw telling yon what bat be bag bagbinwrif bAaJaim hasIgmself
binwrif Jaim elf confessed eenft > aed to me IHOO sod be toM toMArthur 10IdAJIdnIr toldAahar
Arthur wl whom > om be met in tbe wood woodthat roodthat I Ithat
that his 8 motber t ionised to see him hbatb himthsl htmthat
that tb t abe wan awaiting him oo the moor moorand moorand I IDel
and Del that 1 If be would come back ba < k into intotbe baC Inttothe I Ithe I
the wood woodattlllltWtt at aritolgnt t be would find a aman amsw I Im
man m with a hors who would take filmtoo ham hamto j jto
to her Psor PearAt1lnlr Arthur fell lido the trap trapHe trapHe traplie
He came to the appointment tmMt and toad fooadbfe foundfellow I I1W
1W bfe fellow Hayes with a led pony Anther Ar Artfoar r I I1bw
tfoar raoaated moa IM and they aeMt 8t off 0 < < togeth together ¬ j jer
er It appear lIppfaI8tboaCIa though this James Jamesonty Jamescots i ioaty
cots beard yesterday yh yesterdaythat ayat tbat they were werepanned wenllsaed wirepursoed
panned llsaed that Haves struck tbe tbeJUM pw pwfcoer piabeer
beer with his stick and that tIIatdte the th awn awnd thandied 1 14W
4W d > d of hfe injuries Hapae s brsafjat brnghtArthur brsafjatArthur I Irtbur
Arthur to tote is public bUc bout the thetn Fight Fighting PI IIt IItme ¬
ing Cock where be was centred es tesd rt aa an aa11M artsipper anupper
upper room avatar A the 11MU8J8i ear ssf < < Mrs MrsHayes MraUayes
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Well Mr Holmes tbat was tins tlkt8CIIte tiwstate tinsstate
state of affairs when wJ t I first saw yon yontwodayc yontwo routwo
twodayc two days ago I bad no more idea WIe ofdie oftke of ofthe
the truth tta than yL Ton will ask me mewhat IDet mewhat
what t was James motive ID doing such sucha cb cba
a deed I lUll answer that there was a agreat agreat aI
I great deal which bid was unreasoning andfanatical and andi
i fanatical In the hatred which be bore bore111I7 borej
1 111I7 my bete IB Ms view he should himselt him himself hlmI ¬
self K have been batr of all my estates estatesand estatesand estatesand
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and be deeply resented these tIM e social sociallaws wodalI sociallaws
laws which made it Impossible At tile tbesame tileaate thesame
I same time he had a ttsi definite d nlte motive al also aiM also ¬
so H 1 was eager that I should break breakthe breakI breakthe
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the entail and be wap of opinion that thatIt t at atIt
It lay to my y power to do so He intend intended 1uteD4ect ¬
ed to make a bargain bsr aIn 111 with me IHto to re restore ret restore ¬
store t Arthur If I would break tbe en entail 00tait entail ¬
tail and so make It possible pq IbIe for the thetate es estate estate ¬
tate to be left to t laM b by will He knew knewwell kDetwell knewwell
well list I sheuld never willingly wmlll In Invoke tnroke intake ¬
take the aid uf the police against aim aimI
I say tkaftlie that be would hare proposed each eacha udaa
a bargain to me > but did not actually actuallydo
do cI so for event fleDtIJDOVed moved too quickly for forhim CarWm
him and he had aot time to put his hisplane hi hipIaD8
plane Into I intrn prae prettiesWhat practice practiceWhat ee
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What brought brmn t all MB wicked scheme schemeto i itit
to wreek was your discovery 1I eo1eQ of this tbteman t1tIB thisHan
man Heideggers B dead deMWy body James Jameswas Jameswu Jameswas
was setae with homriat the sews It Itcame Itcame Itcame
came to us i 3 taOiidaj At dar as we sat to together 00idII togseWec ¬
gether aa tJ ibis staafe at Dr Huxtable had
sent a telegram gram Jarnee J1 Jahnefswas l was soover sooverwhelmed so over overvrhelraed overw
whelmed w elmed with grief and agitation that thatmy tbatmy thatms
my suspicions wbl which 1t Had sever ttOapp ttOappeatiry l be becntlreJ > a p pentirely
entirely absent rose ro instantly to ton a c cteinty 0d 0dtaints lP lPtaJRtJ >
taints and I taxed him with the deod deoc1I deodHe deodHe
He made a complete voluntary conies coniessio confession cont contsian ¬
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sion L Then he Implored me to keep his hissecret hisI
I secret for throe days longer so as to togive t tgive togive
give his wretched accomplice ac p1lco a change changeof chan e eot
of saving his guilty life I yielded yleldedas yleldedasI as asI
I have always yielded yleldtdto to his prayers prayersand prayersand prayersand
and instantly James Ja hurried off to the theFighting theFlgbtlng theFighting
Fighting Cock to warn Hayes and give givehim givehim givehim
him the means me ns of flight I could not go gothere gothere gothere
there by daylight dayl t without provoking provokingcomment provokingcomment provokingcomment
comment but as soon as night fell I Iharried Ihurried Ihurried
hurried off to see my dear Arthur I Ifound Ifound 1found
found him safe fo and well but butborrUled butborrUledbeyoocl horrified horrifiedbeyond horrifiedbeyond
beyond expression 6Xptes loD by the dreadful deed deedbe deedhe deedhe
he had witnessed la deference d to my mypromise myJKOUII8e mypromise
promise and much against to t my will I Iconsented 1eoo Icoorenod
consented eoo eRted to leave lea vc him there for three threedays thr thrdars threedays
days under the charge of Mrs Hayes Hayessince Hayesllle8 HayesSIMCO
since it was evident that th t it wag waS Impos Impossible ImpolBIble Impolsstble ¬
BIble to inform Ii ohm the police where he was ratswithout ivaswithout waswithout
without telling them also who was the themurderer tilemurderer themurderer
murderer and I could not see bow that thatmurderer thatmurderer thatmurderer
murderer could be punished without withoutruin wIthOutruin withoutruin
ruin to my unfortunate James You Youasked ou ouasked ouaaked
asked for frankness Mr r Holmes and andI
I have taken you 00 at your word for I Ihare II Ihave
I hare now told you everything without withoutI
I aa attempt at circumlocution or con concealmout j jcealmeut I II
I cealmeut Do you in your turn be as asfrank isfralak s sfnuak
frank with me meI
I I win said Holmes In the first flrstplace firstpJaee firstplace
place your grace ace I am 1 bound und to tell tellyou j jyou i iyou
you that yo you bare placed yourself 9rselt In a amost amost I Imost i I
most serious position la I the eyes of the thelaw thelaw j jlaw i i
law You hare condoned a felony and andyou andyou I I Iyou
you bare aided the escape o of a mur murderer murdenr murderer ¬
derer for I cannot doubt that any anymoney nnyJBODey anymoney
money which was taken by James Wil Wilder Wilder W1Ider ¬
der to aid his accomplice In his flight flightoarae flightcame flights
s came from your graces purse purseThe purseThe
I The duke bowed his assent assentThis wantIs assentThis
This Is is indeed a 8 most serious matter mat matter mati ¬
i ter Even more culpable in my opinion opinionyour opinionyour opinionyour
your grace is your attitude at tuc1e toward towardyour towareIyoyr towardyour
your younger son You leave him in intills Inthis Inthis
this den for three days daYSi
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Under solemn promises promisesWhat promIsesWhat promtsesWhat
What are promises sto to such s ch people as asthese asthese asthese
these You have npguarante6 that he hewill hew1ll bewill
will not be spirited away again To Tohumor Tohumor Tohumor
humor your guilty elder elderson son you have haveexposed havoexposed haveexposed
exposed your innocent younger son to toImminent toImmlnent tolmmhzent
Imminent and unnecessary danger It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was a most unjustifiable action actionThe actlonThe actionThe
The proud lord of HoldernessG was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not accustomed to bo boso so rated in his hisown hisown hisown
own ducal hall The blood flushed Into Intohis IntoI intohis
his high forehead but his conscience conscienceheld
I held him dumb dumbI
I will help you but on one condition conditiononly condItionI conditiononly
I only It Is s that you ring for the foot footman footman footman ¬
man and let me give such orders as I Ilike IUke Ilike
like likeWithout
Without a word the duke pressed the theelectric theolectrlc theelectric
electric bell A servant se ant entered enteredYou enteredYou enteredYou
You will be glad to hear said saidHolmes saidHolmes saidHolmes
Holmes that thlltyour your young master Is Isfound IsfOlInd Isfound
found It Is the dukes desire that the thecarriage thecarriage thecarriage
carriage shall go at once to the Fight FightIng FIghttng Fighting
Ing Cock inn to bring Lord Saltlre Saltlrehome SalUreI Saltirehome
home homet
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t Now said Holmes when the re rejoicing reI ¬
I re jolting lackey had disappeared havIng hav having Mvlug ¬
ing secured the future we can afford affordto
to be more lenient with the past I am amnot amnot amnot
not in an official position and there Is Isno fsno isno
no reason so long as the ends of Justice Justicej
j are served why I should disclose all allthat aUthat allthat
I that I know As to Hayes I say nothIng noth nothing nothIng ¬
ing The gallows awaits him and I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would do nothing to save him from It ItWhat ItWhat ItWhat
What he will divulge I cannot tell but butI
I have no doubt doubtthat that your grace could couldmake
make him understand that it is to his hisInterest
Interest to be silent From the police poJlcepoInt policepoint
point of view I w he will have Kidnaped the theboy theboy I Iboy
boy for the purpose of ransom If they theydo theydo theydo
do not themselves find it out I see no noreason DOreason noreason
reason why I should prompt them to totake totake totake
take a broader point of view I wouldwarn would wouldwarn wouldwarn
warn your grace however that the thecontinued thecontInued thecontinued
continued presence of Mr James Wil Wilder Wilder WIder ¬
der In your household can only lead to tomisfortune tomisfortune I
misfortune misfortuneI
I understand that Mr Holmes and andit andIt andit
it is already nlrend settled settl that he shall leave leaveme leaveII1 leavelneforever
me II1 lneforever forever f9J and go to seek his fortune
fn Australia AustraliaIn Austra AustraIn
uIn In that case your grace since yeu youhave yeuhave yeu1J
1J have ve yourself stated that any uahappinoss uahappi u bappl bapplDCS
noss in your married life was caused causedby ca ed edby
by his presence I would suggest that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you make such amends as you can to totiie tothe I
roe duchess and that you try to resume resumethose resumethose I Ithose
those relations which have been so un unhappily unhappily unhappily ¬
happily Interrupted InterruptedThat
That also I have arranged Mr MrHolmes MrHolmes MrHolmes
Holmes I wrote to the duchess this hismorning thismorning thismorniDg
morning morningIn
uIn In that case said Holmes HI I Ip1Ink Ip1Inkthat iblak iblakthat blnkthat
that my friend and I can congratulate congratulateourselves congra congraulateourselves late lateourselves
ourselves upon several most mo t happy re results results resuits ¬
sults from our little visit te the north normThere northThere northThere
There is one other small point upon uponwhich uponwhIch uponwhich
which I desire some light ThIs fellow fellowHayes fellow1I fellowIlayes
Hayes 1I 1yes had shod his horses withshoes withshoeswhich wlthshoeswhich with shoes shoeswhich
which counterfeited the tracks of cows cowsWas cowsWas cowsWas
Was it from Mr Wilder that he helearned heleArned lielearned
learned so extraordinary a device deviceThe deviceThe eIceThe
The duke stood In thought for a mewent mo moment moment ¬
ment with a look of intense surprise surpriseon e eon
on his face Then he opened a door and andshowed aDdshowcct andshowed
showed us into a large room furnished furnishedas
as a museum He led the way to a aglass agloss aglass
glass case in a corner and pointed to tothe tothe tothe
the inscription inscriptionThese inscrIptionThese inscriptionThese
These shoes It ran were dug up upIn upIn upIn
In the moat of Holdernessc Hol crncsse Hall They Theyare Theyarc
are for the use of horses but they are areshaped areshaped areshaped
shaped below with a cloven foot of Iron Ironso
so as to throw pursuers pursuers off the track trackThey trackThey trackThey
They are supposed to have belonged to tosome tosome tosome
some of the marauding barons of Hol Holdernesse Holdernesse Holdernesse
dernesse In the middle ages agesHolmes agesHolmes agesHolmes
Holmes opened the case and mois moistening molstenlng molatenlug ¬
tening his finger he passed pfts cd It along the theshoe theshoe theshoe
shoe A thin film of recent mud was wasleft wasleft wasleft
left upon his skinThank skin skinThank skinThank
Thank you said he as he replaced replacedthe
the th glass It ks the second lII omL most Inter Interesting Interestlng interesting ¬
esting object that I have seen in thenorth the thenorth thenorth
north northAnd northAnd northAnd
And the first firstHolmes ftraUHolmes firstHolmes
Holmes folded up his check and andplaced andplaced andplaced
placed it carefully In his notebook I Iam Iam Iam
am a poor man said he as he patted it itaffectionately Itaftectlouately Itaffectiopately
affectionately and thrust tbn1i t It Into tbe tbedepths thedepths
depths of his Inner pocket I
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hagton Booth James Barnes ThomasOole Thomas ThomasCote ThomuCole
Cote James R Buchanan Buch Litton Nathaniel Na Nathaniel N8tlaaalel ¬
thaniel Banks John Brown Joan Law Lawrence LawDl1id ¬
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