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The Double Resurrection.
As Legar lehaneod hack in th rnm
stotl of his iimrrrthly ruziing
ousilne fit l, .'rtnitt d his sr, r-rrav
features the rare iuxrury ot a
Behind that letring fare the active
was ruarshaling certain past
ents and greni-rating certain future
eres. One fact was indisputable
the past two men had blocked
at every turn. These enemies
now out of the way-they were
The limousine purred steadily
ward through the deepening
we of the almost deserted ave
It turned into a mean side street
drew up beside the curb, well
d the range of the sputtering arc
Two skulking figures sidled out of
my areaway and approached the
sine as Legar got out. These
les, answering to the appella
of Red Eagan and One-Lamp
e, were of that primordial type
b recognizes only the law of
force. So it was that Red
, mistaking Legar's twisted
for something approaching good
, attempted an unusual degree
"Say, gov'nor, I don't want t raise
hiler, but that tswell buzz wagon
eat up a pile of swag."
lTear replied curtly, with darken
"You'll get your share of the stuff,
, no more and no less. Hut
are times when that kind of
alght prove unhealthy, and the
the fact penetrates your thick
I the better."
The trio cautiously approached a
ous old Washington Square man
. and slipping into this dubious
abbit warren, crossed the hall. dimly
by one sickly gas jet. As they
ed up the stairs, a slender, heav
veiled young woman came hastily
opt of one of the rooms on the top
. She leaned for a moment over
rickety balustrade, striving tc
fskree the half gloom enshrouding the
tity of the oncoming visitors
Wheeling about the young woman
darted swiftly through one of the hall
desen doors off the hallway. Het
refuge prqved to be a windowless
alled room cluttered with dilapidated
ks and useless relics of bygone
From the depths of an ancient cab
bet, the veiled stranger drew forth
) telephonic helmet. As she quickls
s ted the microphones over he
iN she heard the sound of voictes
The voices, restrained and low- tone
it 5rst, rapidly became loud and quar
The angry tones were those of Jule.
r and lried Eagan. The stor
heated words centered about the
vy iron safe standing in intl cor
of the room. Up to a 'tcompara
ly short tim.e ago this satr hat
the recelrtac'l of certain valu
_looted by ltd Eagan and One
p Loule. under Legar's directions
e0 a palatial upper Fifth avenu.
alidence. The safe door now stook
tl$-its contents scattered promis
"easly about the floor, but of the
Van Horn family plate there was nc
"The guy what cracked this crlt
h_ the inside dope for sure." was
Se Eagan's muttered comment.
"Are you trying to insinuate thie
b a plan to double-cross you and
Iistie?" queried Legar.
"I aint insinuatin' nothin'." was the
ler's surly response, "but who else
Se hep to where the stuff was
IThe answer Re Egan received was
prompt and effective, A heavy
projectile caught him neatly on
point of the jaw. He g/rated
to the fleor, where he lay for
ent in dazed uncertainty. Then
a vindictive oath he tugged loose
atomatlc and fired point-blank
sardonic face bending over him.
le mist clouded the gunman's
ad the bullet spent ftaelf with a
gleak in the plastered ceiling
Ealan could fire a second time.
iron projectile attached
• tlep of Legar's arm descended
-wth lightning speed and sent
ISO splinlng to the other side
eavesdropper in the
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I trrl, - r: ofj hEl 'nl \ I .. l!
nt.:er;. lo t:ook l hi st:nl , ,hin
r1thik hol,: !na'l,·. whterr t h" "o brl
Itr }vry n spiokrrn. sAcr. ti r
misin i the 1tinovs EIkIln.iln w in
!a I' t :" to fstr , tromle. hd di,
r, st'r ,h. made i't apear that a numi
percoft wo 1oon ,hi st w ! , :n.''hl
Strhtd hn:v hil: nemt, the Il ghn111
~ .I 1jg' i %l ' : 1 i: l 0lIt,)W'X , . lf it lIEi nt,
Sak. e ] the poTtlice ro'.v ,, been perl
ua: to tak' that view. ,tut youl
with lg iar.f This man must beo.
hauht ato justice toand the name oa
the on.-aft nar: Maik cleared r evel
onl : taowing hl n detail how thesis
Atcrimes wrt m acommitte- ti, y ou i
write out those details tonight a thind
perlac. them in my h tands tomorrhind
a will see that or scowhre with Julel
iar ryi paird n oll." Th omar. st
paul to stir up and then ontinhad d-vdt
Strd Ong - adirnt tactui. "Ito shado
hsdo what Ib ask .ithlly. I will als
mastke r o maour ht are ow the loa
which sof termte crimes took wereings anpert e
trvanished romby his enemy, the But reughn
Mask. ver thave polihe power tobeen pun
ad"ome to a place n that viJersey calleut yo
know. and I kn you the real guithlt lie
with Lipgar. This man must be
turn tough t lt and follow the highname o
toway ntl ho see dead. This htan be honse
stanly bying on hilla tatle way dow
crime roawre committed--ife an wild arn or
write outd thatose details. I will hav
mokr moned and shall expoet toh te
plhave the written statemen to dislos
a will see that your score with d.let
eingar Iear's crpaid in fullme." The woma
Again she nd hesitated. antinu thenv!d hopnt
ing to pl a ffon Earent tact. "Ipparent cre
make. added. "Theyour sapirit of the ldea
which so mysteriouslr every movetook wng un
Sthatmember--I have the power to punshands!"
a This chance shot told heavily. o
"Comthe superstitious place in Jersey cal
r savoring o- the supernatural. Casthn tra
turn to the left and follow the high
way until you see a big white howsE
standling on a hill-a little way dowi
thble rated you will see an rror:d barn o
the dgFor of a dsakep gully-at 1of o'cloci
tomorrow morning I will meet dyyot
lust outside that old barn. I will have
your money and shall expect yerou t
have the written statement dist' go up agalos
nog Legar's crimes."
Agr Oain she hesitated. an then hbee
ting to play on Eaganr s apparent ru
dulitymwith added. "The spirit of the dewo
laughng Mask is working with me
He will watch your every move, un
til that paper is in my hands!"
This chance shot told heavily, foc
the superstitious veggman, whil
fearing no corporal enemy, possesser
an unreasoning dread for anythinc
savoring of the supernatural. Casting
ran apprehensive look about him. h
I bleated out in terror:
"For quickly awd's sake call off the spra
it. lady. give ye heme dyin' oatl
han' affydavit t' do what yer axet
drinking n this dal, gov'nor, tipped f
owthat bunch o' crape to allrushed to his chnside
gosp she reorhanded RedtaIl" solemnlhe
queried agan and the veiwide-eyed thug.uardla
I'm going to spind rits, it takes a week.n
he losthared no time in making goodsure thi
declaratiions fashrng underof his trahe ltourou
onfrture along these moldings and it
wethe darquickly dispelled by the craft
thatminded master schemer.on ook whi
"You'rseemed almost endowed with humahal-wtte.
otural woman, fatling for that sprthe
evybunk." snappe baked Legagainst the
youwall wahe found the object o hisold youearch
and an thew moments' work suf"ed to
"Itrace the te tale thread ospirits wire bacd u
into this de storeroomr, where tipphe upo
gossiended packing case and ?"unlocked skyolemnl
querieght told their wide-eyed thug.n story.
"Thatm going to find it if it takes a week.'answer your ra
ngsaid" was Legarr quiet-toned com
mdeclaration, fishing under the rnant,
niture, along the moldings added maliciouslynd i
the dark corners of the room wited guests
that prthe next seanie iron hook which
priestess lligene. Suddenly he gave a gut
priestess friend, and somehow I havE
a feeling that she and Red are going Ii
to join those d,,arted spirits inside (s
of the next twenty-four ho irs."
l'h unsus: ectiný objct of Lear's
l'vity. with hr featur, s still hea\ily rT
-hrl+ ,lt' as ont h - pr* r , : ,1..ht. r
(t ; . t, o f i ! ' ,, : : '. L" , t \ c o "
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a.1 tho t4 il . I r If y.u
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.ih it . i i ', ,h on+", the ex
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aI i i a Kell-uw L r f the I.a",.h
cig ,lase. It -vet that I t rnor : .di'
nlos" my h!., :'.it', canme the guarde t
reply. "I a it::rno it and at-r i you
to 'o ontly .. tar as " the old barn, on
Slour own estate."
StiIl flue;otioning the outcome of
this dubious venture, the stern-facetl
millionaire finally yiclled to Mar
ger''s earnest importuning, and, fol
lowing the black-garbed figure of their
swiftly moving guide, they presently
stood before the dilapidated old build
ing tottering on the brink of the ra
vine. At that momt nt a thick-set.
flat-flooted individual shuffled into
view along the dusty road, the visor
of his cap pulled low over his malev
olent blue-jowled face and his beefy
fists jerking uneasily as he walked.
The woman in black turned to her
companions. and, indicating this un
gainly figure, spoke rapidly.
'1 have every reason to believe that
man has kept faith with me, and if I
am right I shall be able in a few min
ultes to place in your hands the proof
of which I spoke. But if there should
be treachery I aish to face it alone.
You will find that the harness room in
the loft of the barn has a strong tdoor
with heavy bolts. Please wait for me
there, and at the first sound of trou
ble, barricade yourself until help
cor.hrS from the house."
"'This sounds lik' a trap." returned
the millionaire, with emphatic disap
proval. "('Coeo. lartgery come back
to the ahoise at once.p
But Margery (;olden proved to have
a will of her own as weil as a surpris
ing faith in that mysterious d(efender
of tohe. Laughing Mask Taking her
father's arm she half coaxed, half led
the ,Irmo:tinil: master of finance into
the ramshanlle old strlicture which
tort- little semblance to a citadel of
So far everything had gone in ac
cordancr with the carefully laid plans
of the muffled strategist, and with a
feeling that victory was within her
reach. she quickly approached Red
Eagan, who was waiting near by with
"Sure, I got what yer lookln' fer.
lady.," he answered in reply to her
look of interrogation, "but between
them splrrits an' a cramp in me mitt.
've had one 'ell of a night."
Reaching into an inner pocket Red
Eagan drew out a grimy Ink-splashed
"This 'ere dockyment will put th'
bug on that Iron claw gorilla all
right. Now. If yer ready t' come
The gunman's words were sudldenly
c!ipp'-d short by the sharp crack of a
pistol. A look of surprised consterna
tion came into Red Eagans' face--for
a moment he swayed unsteadily on
his feot-then slo'Aly crumpledn into
a iheap of Inanimate clay. into the
startled vision of his comlpanion came
a black limousine furiously racing
alore the highway, the evil face of
Legar plainly discernible as he leaned
far out from the swaying vehicle.
emliptying his automatic in their direc
tion There was not a moment to
lose'. SuIatIl hling the crimson-stained
paper from under the limp holdy of
the slain gunman, the woman ran
swiftly toward the old barn, reaching
that sanctuary jlust as Legar and his
confederates swarmed out of the
limousine in hot pursuit. Through the
sagging portals and up the rickety
stairs sh .larted. the wa'ftish lack
close at her heels. For a brief instant
she surveyed her surroun,! ngs lie
hind the heavy oaken door of the har
ness-room she knew Margery and her
father had taken refuge in accordance
with her instructions. and she must in
no way jeopardize their safety.
Close by a broken window, over
looking the depths of the rocky
gorge. stood a shabby old-fashioned
trunk. It took but a moment for the
harried fugitive to scramble into that
ancient receptacle. but even as she
lowered the cover Legar and his
benchmen stormed up the narrow
stairs. The quick eye of the master
crook caught the movement of that
closing trunk cover. Grinning with
unholy exultation, he turned to his
unsavory crew of followers.
"Take that trunk and throw it out
the windrw," snarled Legar. "We've
caged our bird all right, and when
she hits tbnhse rocks shte won't feel
,/ # ..~
like meddling with my business for lhit
-somJe time to comle. an
As he. I'-l i murderous hand out irc
of the olt! buhlihg towar:r the ab- th
r.,'ty sli :'j g wa!! of th.' ravt., t1:o
io.r of it !t liarn on' e - o\\ 'ly ni
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of cutthirna t', we mhus! 1.! this e.
., lling at on e.Io
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he .: .i-t r I, n. .t': 'thi't5 ,,,t a ma h -i
ol orn it ' oI t ' rling o, about
my ears like house of cards. After
that ltlerytht I en st ited tl a n t his dark.
anI r'about a wr ago I cah'e to my r
s, nses lying on a cot in a hospital.
You must have mistaken some. other a
poor beggar for me. and. while every
one thought I was deadl. it some 1d
like a good chance to catch Legar off
his guard. I got the paper I wanted, b
but I guess I've stirred up a hornet's t
One of the listeners was a bull
necked Individual with a reddish- s
brown complexion, wearing the uni
form of a captain of police. lie now
shuffled his feet uneasily.
"That's all very interestin', young
man." he broke in with an air of im
patience. "but !'ve conime all the way
to this jtmpin' off place from head
quarters to get that Van Horn loot
you say you lifted out of Legar's safe.
"I've got a couple of shoo fly cops f
from Jersey City workin' with me on
this job and it's time we got down to a
"All right. Captain Brackett." re
joined the smiling Davy as he rose
to his feet. "we can get the stolen
plate whenever you're ready. The
stuff is down at the old barn hidden o
in one of the feed hima. We had
Ne1gts. the second man. mount guard
over it with a rifle until you came.'
As the group moved toward the
steps of the veranda a stoopshoul- r
dered old gardener pottertit over a
nearby tulip bedt straightened his
blue-overalled figure and touched his I
cap respectfully. lls patriarchal beard,
streaked with gray, almost covered
his left arm, which he bore in a sling
improvised( from a red bandanna hand
kerchief knotted over his shoulder
"You can let that work go and corme
along with us." Golden replied, and
as he caught sf tht of the stalwart
figure of one of the undergardeners
amid the shrubbery be added. reflec
tively. "and bring Peter with you.
Fishing in the depths of a moldy bin,
Davy drew out a heavily weighted I
gunny sack. which clanked musically
to the ears of the russet-faced police
"This is goin' to make some stir at
headquarters," he gloated, tenderly re
placing the yellow metalled dinner set.
1"an' i've got a hunch that one-armed I
5 crook ain't so far off. We'll send the I
swag up to the house an' then beat
Severy inch of the gully for this bunch
I of rattlesnakes."
This plat met with Golden's approv- t
al. and he turned to the old gardener
2 who was standing with mouth agape.
S"Here. Tim." he ordered. "takh e
5 Petor andi Negus antl get this bag Iup
Sto the house. Tell Miss Margery I
want it locked in the gunroom safe, I
and keep that safe guarded carefuilly I
I until we get back."
It was with much duhious head
shaking that old Tim accepted this
appIarently unwelcome trust. and hob- 1
1 blehd ff in company with Peter. who
bore the treasur' sack on his shoulder,
Swhile tl perturbed Negus trailedi
e close behind with his rifle. As they
reached the graveled driveway swing
5 ing in a graceful half circle under th o
1 columned porto cochere the hieadt gar
,l dt'r stppT.d a: though struck by a
A suddntli th)roncha' t
t Il ' . cr r! a' -h e aited. ltb" mas
thir !'',- 1 ti'it I:'' lapves that safe 1
lok.! 1;,- . i- . nary a soul but
r hins-lf kt. th' combination-Na- I
gus. he a a.-', i an d rttn back an'
ask hm wluat'l we he doin' with th' I
Tim and his ,ompanion entered the
Shons' and made their way along high
SI"v to'ithrd floors to the gunroom at
the farther end of the imposing hall. I
t Hre thy fo'ind Margery Golden. who
listented with amused interest to the
5 old Irishman's voluble description of
v the treasure.
r - There was no necessity for sending
t Negus back." she exclaimed, "I know
1 the combination of the safe quite as
* well as father."
A startling transformation sudden
L ly took place in the person of old Tim.
The stoop vanished from his back, I
a and with a quick movement he freed
1 bis left arm, carried ! a sling by
his sine. The next m:,tllent that b-ft
arm. hearing a he"try l,,)k of wrt'ight
iron. crashed do-wn l.oln the skill of
th, un1 s : pI1~<?ning I''
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Saainst i th " ,ote l •or h ,f the "'un
room and callinr out words of in
bivd was in that ,room Itt his
. frenzid effo rt to 'lrce that heavy
gthe others now came crowding abbout
*rour ro and Ic'ainl,. 't wo"n r s o en
him. pantin lik tired hounds Tl'he
strong-armed police captain, skllled
in the raiding of fortiied Itoolroon.
smashed in the locked door with a
couomle of cawell directed blows. The
coumen stormed across the thresold of
lithe gunroom. then stopped short in
blank surzid efforise. The windows were
shut and fastened from the inside.
the1 limp and sprawling Peter lay
where he had been dropped in his
tracks. hut of Margery Golden and the
burlap sack there was no trace.
It was avong-armed polic eagerly circlined
in the room, picked up by the fireplace
rovea dainty himuare of filmy lace, and rec
n segnized it as that same handkerchbattle-a
dwhich orn little earlier ad uttered twall, he
ry's haned as she stood on the ve
e randlea. i quick eye noted the
m. marks of grimy uingers on the wood
men stwork and th layer of the thrediloshdgeold ool
is coating the brick flooring of the fire
th place. The next moment he dived intr
Ste glooank y throat of the chimney and
d gained a narrow ledge form thed by tinside.
mg junction of the gunroom chimney witit
d- one leading to another wiPeterg of tlay
,s Cautiously peering about for some
d signher of his unseen foep Davy cauihi
rt abut brief glance of a swaying hado the
er figure perched high above him. They
e. with a muffled oath, that tottering
a figure cam re avalanching down the
grchimney, and landing on the narro
r ledge. gripped at Davy as a drownino
ly man clutches a floeating bit of wreck
V'ainly the young secretary strove
at to free himself from that deadly em
. brace. but the added weight gradu
t.t ally loosened his own uncertain hold
sd Lurching out into space, the Inter
ae locked antagonists hurtled headloni
at leown that dim shaft into the fireplact
nh of the gunroom. To the horrifiet
group which heard the impact o
v. those falling bodies against the solid
er foundation of brick and mortar 11
e. seemed hopeless that either tlanler
ke or his murderous opponent could es
p cape clath. It wvas due to the fac
I that Legarsa picked assassin har
e, landed underneath, and broken the
y force of lIhavy's fall, that the badlw
shanken secretary owed his life As
d- sisted by Golden and Captain Ilrack
is ett. he struggledi unsteadlily to his
h- feet. his face grotesquely smearec
ho andl his hands torn and bleeding
r. "They have gone down the chimne
d in the north wing." he cried out; "'1
Sruns to the ground on the outside o
g- the house. fly knocking out the brickl
oe at the base they can make their es
r- cape and take IMargery with them."
a He had hardly tinished his wordt
when there was a wild stampede ou
is. of the room-a sampede led by the
fe battered Davy himself. At that in
ut sant a vollsy of stlccato reports. like
a- those of a gatling gun going inte
n' action, smote the ears of the baffie
They ve stolen the Mercury." crite
he the frantic millionaire. 'and if they'v
h- stopped to put the Arrow out of con
at mission they can show a clean pair o
11. heels to anything on the lake."
ho To Enoch Golden's intense relief, th.
he machinery of the high-powered Az
of row had not been tampered with ane
soon the chase was on.
og The delicate mechanism of the Mez
tw cury revolted at the unskilled haen
hs dling of her clumsy-ingered engineet
She began to miss badly. while he
n- speed perceptibly diminished Lega
m. caught up his glasses and for a mc
,h ment intently sttdied the on-com"in
sd Arrow, which was evidently gaining.
by Them. with a quick twist of th
t . t, h h l. h ' :..
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Ian ::, , c k t
just h,- , ..
it- it- "' t " -
irrn,, - hind i t.
Then th. h: :' 'rac th 't
of the riut ant: - t r"i nil c-,st n b
lt 't n tph e g in l '! i nr i In i o th e r s id e
I t.: h,) ar o ln i" 'o'. t ..v' nt: he
u,''t he over'1take::. ltimnin sinews
:ritn v-h'i--s of h!is e ne. mis.
At thati n: 'it t:here bt i : 1 ti on
his ear' the long-drawn screech of a
looml,tiv' whistlitn for a crosin oa . r:
1..Vitt a look of firn tdish hate. L. ear l
stooped and lifti MarIery (lI 'n
from the roh flooringn of the jolting:
hanlcear and dropp'ul her between the U
Tn a breathing Sipae his vP-"tim
of tho ie grond to death beneath the
ponduerous driving whee'ls of the en- m
Sine ruhIn hill.own uon her. Bl t in at
e that bre" athine spce an incomirhen
sihle thing took place. t r
ofAt some distance hrandl the foot of u
e the incline the rails. swoping in ad.
wide curve arevaoind a hn in the road. tl
were lost to cht. It so happmi ened
that Jlst around this end the switch-on
e in apparatus Tused to throw freight J
trains on to a siding was undergoing R
Stain repairs at the hands of a h blue
e oojeand track walker. Ths man, all
from th r fciou forin of threatening tr ing
had finished his lahrs anbet was iphe
ing his grimy hands on a piece of d
coton waste. Suddenly he becameth the
e conscious of a motionless figure stand- t
9 ing heside him.
i he glancedown up he saw the itran
i gersa face "'as covered by a mask.
P slit hy a grotesnuely laughing mouth. h
0 ithout a word this strange firgure
Sbent and graspe bond the lofon lover cofn- I
Stollng the switch. The railroang In am
wide curvrearsenting this unwarroadnt.
mawke lost intruder aside.ht. It so ht a heavy
e blow on the jaw nuent him staggering
it down the embankment, while his op- i
Sthatpontranticall threw over the switch
tra switch lever. So it was that wheng P,
ig that fre-breathing avalanche of
Smetal had thundrack walkerd down within a
nW ew feet of the huddled white figure s
g It suddenly swerved with its wheel
k Rflanges screaming against the switch
curve. on to the long ssding parallel
e ing the main line.
~ The half-conscious girl felt hersetlf
Slifted by tender arms and laid on a
soft bed of grass. A hazy figure bent
over her, cutting away the cruelly
. biting thongs and gently chafing her
e wrists. Then she felt a kiss imprint
d ed on her aching hand, but when she
' opened her eyes the stranger was
d gone. In his place came the figures
it of her tortured father, the n axtots
y Davy and the solemn-faced police cap
't s\hlat you sayv is impossihle."
d Enoch Goalden said soothingly. "The
In man is dead."
.y "But it was the Laughing Mask. I
l tell you." Margery wearily answered.
k- *"I saw him plainly, and htiesliS. he
is kissed my hand before he went away."
d iTO BE CONTINT'ED.)
-y Dental Room for Animals.
it In order that the ten-tlt of domestic
at pets may be given proper attention, a
e dental department has of late been
w established in the Angell Memorial
hospital, a Boston institution for the
is medical and surgical treatment of
It dumb animals. Dogs, cats and other
e animals are cared for by experlienced
"- practitiontr5 who work upon theml
e with almost as much care asn if they
o were human. Even to many admirers
d of dogs, the thought of giving at
tention to an animal's teeth may por
I sibly seem odd. Yet the importance
k of doing so is very apparent to any
- one who realizes the close connection
of between good teeth and good health
So far the dental work has been con
tes fined chienly to cleaning teeth, treat
r- ing affected gums and extracting now
dI and then a decayed tooth. The depart
ment, however, is well equipped with
r- instruments, and It is understood that
n- other work will be undertaken.
r.I Popular Mechanics Magazine
ar Anthrax is not common in human
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Ig New York state reports that prevtious
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