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From the Great PlayDf the Same Name by
Joseph' Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford
The manning editor could not snp-
' press a sour expression which crept
across his face. "Dupuy, eh?" he
grunted half audibly. "Wonder what
he wants around here now? He's a
McHenry knew Dupuy in a business
way. knew he was counsel for several
of the big mercantile establishments
which advertised in the Advance and
that the lawyer had represented vari
ous corporations at the state capital.
"Well. I suppose I'll have to see him "
he finally resolved. "Show Mr. Dupuy
in." he called to the boy.
"Good evening." was Dupuy's greet
ing to McHenry as he entered and
placed his overcoat on a chair.
"Good evening, Mr. Dupuy. What
can I do for you?" The visitor seated
himself at the right of McHenry's
McHennV began Dupuy decidedly,
Mr. Dupuy was downstairs.
"somebody on your paper has been
making bad breaks lately, particularly
the one this mpruing."
"What one this morning?"
"The Judge Bartelmy story, of
"Help!" sang out McHenry. 'Tve
been getting that all day."
"It's no joke. McHenry." snapped
"It was a mistake," responded the
"Mistake! Who was responsible for
It?" leaning forward.
"Oh. it just slipped through in the
"Tell that to the marines," retorted
Dupuy sarcastically. He paused. "Who
Slipped it through?"
There was another pa.use.
McHenry began to assert himself.
"Excuse me. Dupuy." he asked point
edly. "Hut how does the Bartelmy
story affect you?"
"Some of my clients have a very
high regard for the judge, i'our. story
grossly misrepresents him."
"Yes, 1 suppose so."
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NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R.
(Continued From Yesterday).
"This growing tenrtency to bring om
judiciary into disrespect is a dangerous
symptom of the unrest beneath the
surface." spoke Dupuy pompously.
"The federal bench is the ultimate
McHenry laughed. '
"Oh. capital in distress! Yes. I know
all about that."
Dupuy stirred indignantly.
"There was no occasion for that re
mark." he shot forth tartly.
McHenry saw that Dupuy was very
much in earnest, and the management
of the Advance, as he had previously
known it representatives of an in
surance company would have desired
to gratify the wishes of the powerful
"l Vh no joke. McHenry."
interests behind Dupuy. So far as the
new owner was concerned, the man
aging editor could not tell what bis at
titude would bf in the matter, but he
had received no instructions as yet to
change the policy of the paper. Plain
ly the course of wisdom, he reasoned,
would be to act toward Dupuy as hp
bad acted in the past, when the insur
ance company had insisted that the
paper be operated on a purely com
mercial basis. Yes, he would deal
carefully with Dupuy that is, with
"No offense meant," explained Mc
Henry. "Welh. we'll have nothing
more about Bartelmy.. Will that satis
fy your people?"
"Thank you. McHenry. That will be
emiuently satisfactory both to them
and to me as their legal adviser."
"AU right; that settles that."
"06, not quite!" said Dupuy. raising
bis hand waruingly. "There's one
more point. Who was responsible for
"Oh, let's pass that!"
But Dupuy could not be turned aside.
McHenry had begun to give way to
him. and tin lawyer intended to fo!
low up his advantage.
"Very wpII; it's up to you." he said
"But i want ynu to realize, whateve:
happens, tbrre is no personal animosi
ty in the n:itt?r." '
"What do you mean by 'whatever
happens?'" asked the managing editor
The visitor was a living picture of
"How much advertising did you get
from our concern last year?"
The managing editor began to dis
cern more clearly the hidden club in
Dupuy's words and demands.
"Oh, 1 can't say as to that"
"About ?:iU,()0U worth, wasn't it?"
"Yes, I should think so." admitted
"Weil, there's the answer." exclaim
ed Dupuy triumphantly. "As a matter
of business. McHenry. if you are net
friendly to my clients, why. you can
hardly' expect them to be friendly to
3-ou. and J shall explain to the new
proprietor of the Advance. Mr. Nolan,
the reasons igr the sudden drop in his
advertising. He is a rich man. and
heprohabjy will not like to know that
he is iu the way of losing a good deal
of money. to further a radical propa
ganda willcb ne probably abhors.
Come, McHenry. for your own sake
be reasonable. Who wrote the story?
Surely you are not going to consider
a mere reporter in a matter so vital
to our interests. Who was it?"
"A young fellow named Wheeler
Dupuy rose and towered above Mc
Henry as he sat at his desk.
"I thought so. I only wanted to
make sure." be said. "He's a danger
ous type. Comes from good enough
people, but ambitious to get into the
limelight bv stirring up the mob.
Thought he might have learned sense
by now, but it seems he hasn't. Guess
he never will; these fanatics never do."
"We consider him the best investi
gator in town." warmly, in praise of
"He's entirely too zealous. Do you
catch me?" asked' Dupuy. leaning over.
McHenry and gazing significantly into
The managing editor caught Dupuy's
meaning and stared at him blankly in j
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Copyright, 1909, by Joseph Medill Patter
son and Harriet Ford
"You don't mean"
Dupuy smiled coldly.
"Yes I mean get rid of him!"
HE managing editor again be
gan to weigh just what signif
icance the demand of Dupuy
had. He directed his glance
at him fixedly, and a long pause en
sued after the lawyer lobbyist's abrupt
demand that Wheeler Brand be dis
charged from thp Advance.
Dupuy returned McHenry's, stare,
and his discerning eye and brain en
abled him to read the workings of Mc
Henry's mind. He feJt instinctive!;
as he glared at McHenry that he hai
the managing editor "on the run.
During the period of the insurant
company's ownership there had beei
no doubt that the decision of the man
nging editor of the Advance would
have been in favor of Dupay and In.
demand fcr the discharge at Wbeeles
Braud. And the lawyer, like McHeurj
knew nothing of the new owner tha,
would change the attitude of the pa
Dupuy was right in his estimate o
McHenry's weakness. The lawyer lol
bylst was playing in rare fortuue. iu
deed, to discover in his opponent ?.
man who dared not stand for tin
right. He well knew that he would
not find the same sort of man in a
position of importance in many other
newspapers of the laud. Weil. too. did
he know "the power of the press"
throughout all America, for he bad
learned at bitter cost that it was the
foe of all the EdDupuys and all those
that employed them to serve their
, Finally McHenry spoke in answer to
"Let us give Brand one more
chance!" protested McHenry. "I'll put
him on baseball or water front. Come,
"I will be candid with you. I was
instructed ro mnkp an example of
somebody for this morning's story.
Perhaps, though, a good hauling over
might do for this time. CiUl him in
now. It's his last chance."
A boy entered.
"Ask Mr. Brand to step in."
"I'd rather take a licking than do
this." protested McHeury.
Dupuy was unsympathetic.
"Well, he's only got himself
thank!" he snorted.
Wheeler Brand came in.
"Mr. Brand." began the managing
editor, "there is a kick being made on
the Bartelmy story of this morning."
"Yes. sir; 1 suppose so." Brand looked
up and saw Dupuy. and the reporter's
face showed that he understood.
"I forward the kick to you. indorsing
it O. K.." said McHenry. "la other
words, the kick goes."
"This is a practical world." inter
Brand grow bitter, for well he knew
the praep' ' M v
(To Be Continued.)
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London, Eng., Jan. 26. A remark-
able discovery of hidden wealth was
made recently by William Medland, a
New Gardens official -who lives at Vic
toria .Cottages, Sandycombe road, New
Gardens. About six months ago John
Coombs, who4 hat! been a friend of
Mr. Medland's' family for over 40 years,
came, from America on a visit to this
country, and arranged to take rooms
at their house, as on a previous occa
sion. As he was in a somewhat poor
state of health, he consulted a doctor
before returning to America, and was
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As Mr. Coombs had no relations in
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WAS A RAILKOADER
Eev. Thomas Semmes Was a
Business Man Before
it may be a far cry from the railroad
office to the pulpit. But in Rev. Thomas
Semnes is found a man who made the
jump. And he has made as successful
Episcopal minister as he was a South-
era railway Jofflclal.
That the ins and outs of the railroad
game may offer a.n understanding of the
soul saving game, th4re is little doubt.
In fact manj' o the greatest of the pul
pit received training in some business
J or profession, applying practical meth
to ods for a practical work.
so Jir. &emnres. wno is conuuuuog a.
series of missions at the Church of St.
Clement, knows men as the railroad
official knows men, as well as the priest
knows men. Like Rev. nenry Easter,
rector of the local Episcopal parish, he
was a business man for years before the
call of the ministry was answered.
At Richmond. Va., Mr. Semmes talks
to a congregation largely made up of
"working men," and 'railroaders who
now bow to his spiritual leading as be-
fore to his material dictation. His Sun
day school numbers 700 children, and a
I men's bible class has an average at
tendance of 100. Few men m Richmond
! ere said to wield his influence.
PROF. HADLEY IS
Las Cruees Citizen Helping
El Paso toBeconie a
Greater El Paso.
Prof. Hiram Hadley, tne best known
man in the Mesilla valley, was down
from his Mesilla Park home Tuesday
on a brief business trip. Although his
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N. Oregon St., El Paso, Texas.
EKED 111 CLOTHE!
j funeral arrangements, and a ferw d.ys
afterwards, Mrs. Medland, while ha,nd-
ticed something peculiar about the pad-
ding in the shoulders of one of tha
coats and slitting open The lining, was
astonished to 2nd a. bundle of papers.
These proved to be American nots
to the, value of between $3500 and ?4090,
and several d"eeds relating io property
In America. Mr. Medland at once com
municated with Mr. Coomfes'a brotber
In America, to whom he forwarded he
documents and the numbers of tha
Mr. Codmbs owned a large farm at
J Benedict, Nebraska, where he Hred
with his son, and he Intended return
ing -home in March. Only sl few coppers
and a couple of keys were found on. him
at the time of his death.
t residence is In the ITesilla ralley, and
lie vores tnere, jfrof. Hadley's Interest
Is in the growth of El Paso from a.
'small 3own to a great southwestern city.
Not only is Dr. Hadley watching El
Paso grow, but he is helping it to grow
In a tangible way. On North Oregon
street, just within the business district,
he owns the Hadley house.
During the past two months Dr. TTa fl
I ley has completely remodeted th f-ri-
I floor front of the new building, made
! two desirable storerooms and added a.
j third small room adjoining these on the
'south. A new stairway to the second
j floor has also been built and a cement
j sidewalk Is being laid in front of the
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ANDREWS WANTS A
NEW LAND OFFICE
Asks For Its Creation at
dovis Prison Ceme
tery Asked for
Washington, D. C, Jan. 26. Delft
gate Andrews introduced a bill to create
an additional land district known as
Clovis land district, with headquarters
at Clovis. He also asks for an increase
of pension for Margaret A. Ryan, wid
ow of John Ryan, of the First Califor
nia volunteers, Company Cf $30 a month.
Delegate Cameron introduced a bill
granting to Arizona 120 acres for prison
cemetery purposes, adjoining the Flor
Mark A. Smith, former delegate from
Arizona, is here.
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