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Km HIDDEN DOOR
BY FRANK L. PACKARD
■a. ,I mOi'Uß: Colin Hewitt hat
4 tttmaU o tHtrtterUnm m> oke‘ hang
out known at the “ohib.” on the St.
Lawrence, to worn a “member.”
•. Joe Lazarre, of an attack by M
jackere under Cattain Dollaire.
Colin hopes for Lazarre’e aid
22*** th * Mcuk ’ New York killer.
m4e too late: DoUalre tacks the
** badly wounded,
and Colin manatee to drag him at
l moment from the burning
} Jfmßnouee. He tell* Oermaine
f Tremblay, Me flanode, that he mutt
f t0 t. York, cren though
♦ death?** 1 * ha * marked im I° r
| Chapter 28
ALIAS CLARKIE LUNN
TT wan retting late— almost time to
* *tart out on the "from twelve to
i before daylight" rounds again. Colin,
paaing up and down the room that
he had occupied since his return to
Wew York, halted abruptly and
etared moodily at the calendar on
the wall. The second of August It
tmo Jest a month to the day Since he
had left Cap i l'Orage.
, From the calendar, his eyes trav
eled to the mirror on the bureau.
IZhe reflection that returned his gaze
'was neither that of Colin Hewitt nor
Jtr. Routh, nor Donald Howard—this
waeaa individual with jet-black hair
and Jet-black eyebrows, and deep cir
dee under the eyes that spoke elo
quently of habitual dissipation.
• The-face was pasty in color; the
toothbrush mustache gave the lips a
a a f (fmi K;
‘M • m WJM m
[mi . ■ Mu is |VW g&s arc* m
||w l||My
Papa Goyette’s ‘‘masterpiece’’
crual sad sinister expression. A quite
web <r—d individual, though! One
darkle Lunn, alia*—oh. well, like
Radiy flower. Clarkie Lunn had
many otter aliases cm tap!
* CoHa s&dled caustically—o did
jtta redaction. Net a nice face—but
ja, work of ant Yet the an of old
Tapa Qoyette had availed nothing,
wad the wake had gone by—fruit-
Itnlj
t Be float htmeetf into a chair and
lighted a cigarette. Worry showed in
his knitted brow. What was ha to
dorOo oft a* he had been do!nc? The
|reeolt had been H—neither a break
nqr a lead aor a clue of aay Mad.
It wae beeoßißg w bit difficult to
keep on bolsteriug himself up with
the hope that something was bound
to tarn *9 Jest around the neat cor
aer. ' ••
f X>ULD he have done anything
V other than he had done? He had
a-feeing*that perhaps unconscious
he had treated himself as thdragh
he were actually one of his own char
acters Sut.whpm he was plotting the
from some ugly situation.
v It was aetata! enough that his
ttttfl telckt ham run ta those chan
nels- But. gaifttiat that ware so. had
hwewywftssa indulged aa instinct for
diWanWlc effect at the expense of
held reality, and thereby loet In any
degree hie sense of proportion?
ill shook hie head. The plan that
ha had mapped oat for htaeetf had
•earned all right at the time. It
deemad so now. But he had accom
pushed nothing. Perhaps, after all.
he had supped somewhere.
We mind searched hack ever the
w*eks that were gone. He had left
the Buaimntur* at Quebec and had
aetasand te Boston. Prom there be
had telephoned to Batch OoaaaL He
had tahea ao chaaom of heiag seen
with Batch la New York, (or Reddy
had boon m of Batch Coastal's
mm, Bitch had met him fa Bootes.
He had mid Batch muck of what
had happaaed. aad ho remembered
Ohrtehh answer when ho had then
wptlssi whet he waated.
FUN MANEUVERS
ON SMALL SCALE
ter a—skatrS *■—>
* BERLIN, Aug 14.—Orman
krmy maneuvers this fall will be
Pa only a small scale, ft Is an
pounced
One division will operate in
Bast Prussia around Ary*. 20
miles from the Polish border, and
another near Muensingen in
.Waerttemberg.
Special encuteeriag drill# will
take place ou the Weeer riser
featuring bridge building aider
Vaoar ed aeaMeml leg.
"Sure!" Butch had said. “There’s
nothing to It. I can fix that for you.
When you Mt New York even that
dick pal of yours down at the Homi
cide Joint would give you the stony
stare. There’s a guy right here that
I’vo pulled a lot of deals with that’ll
make you wonder who you're looking
at every time you lamp a mirror.”
And so Papa Goyette had created
Clarkie Lunn. The thought of Papa
Goyette brought a smile. Papa Goy
ette was a stumpy, gesticulating lit
tle Frenchman, by profession a cos
tumier, by nature a crook.
He paid no income tax on what he
received from the rentals of cos
tumes for private theatricals and
that sort of thing, for such returns
were genuinely meager; and he kept
no books to exploit the profits he
made through the vast quantity of
stolen goods that passed through his
hands.
Papa Goyette was clever. Asa
costumier he knew his business, and
was highly spoken of in that respect
If he eked out a bare living thereby,
he was cheerfully optimistic and
did not complain!
'T'HE transformation had taken
* place in the ultra-strict privacy of
one of Papa Goyette’s ingeniously
contrived back rooms. It had been
eminently successful. At its conclu-
slon Papa Qoyette bad rubbed his
hands with delight.
“There!" he had exclaimed. "It is
my masterpiece. Look! You do not
know yourßelf! No! But do not for
get one little thing. It will not last
all by itself. The hairs sprout. And
from underneath the skin they some
up with the old color. Very well. I
will tell you of a friend of mine in
New York who will take care ot that,
and the other little repairs that will
be necessary.
“But be careful of that so-auperb
tittle mustache! You understand? It
la Incomparable. It is as good aa
though you had had time to grow
one. I, Papa Qoyette, have never
made anything before that could ap
proach it It Is—what do you call It?
—the singing note of the whole face.
"It Is not pleasant? No. But the
cement that holds it changes the
expression ot the lips! You see? It is
art! Yes. I. Papa Qoyette. applaud
myself."
CoHn swore softly under hla
breath. Damn the mnstache! It had
been the source of endless discom
fort at flrst, bat he was becoming
used to It now.
From bis chair Colin glanced
agate across the room at the mir
ror—and Clarkie Lunn flashed him
back a twisted grin. His own mother,
had ahe been alive, aa the trite ex
pression had it. would not have rec
ognised! him. *
He nodded thoughtfully to ktmaelf.
Papa Qoyette, with the subsequent
assistance ot Papa Goyette's “friend"
here tn New York, had performed
little short of a miracle. But he owed
Papa Qoyette far more than that
Papa Qoyette had not only created
Clarkie Lunn, but Papa Qoyette bad
oriented Clarkie Lunn tn New York.
It would have been uawise. to say
the least of It. for Clarkie Lunn. a
newcomer, to throw in his lot openly
with Butch Connal’s gang. Colin and
Butch had talked that over from
every angle. Reddy had been a mem
ber of Butch Conner# gang.
fCtovHehr. mi, Frms* L. rwrtmdi
CsMn revtswa h m>rt# atom
*eevbie Censes, tomsrrow, ~Jk
WOMAN BAILIFF TAKES
JURORS OUT ON PICNIC
BEIUNC.IIAu’" Af.
24. - A woman bailiff in superior
court here inaugurated a plan
that popularised her with the
juror*. She took them and their'
families on a puna- at a nearby
park.
An electric shovel, built at Mar
ion, Ohio, is big enough to pock up
a 40-passenger baa, swing it ever
the roof of a four-story building
aad #e it ia the backyard, J
SWEDEN SPEEDS UP
ROAD TO TRAFFIC
(lly AsNurfnletl Cress)
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 24.—Gov
ernment reports revealing that
$25,000,000 was spent on roads
in 1932, adds that 89 per cent of
the nation’s traffic is motor
driven and that the highways per
mit an average speed throughout
the country of 3® miles an hour
without risk.
AUSTRIA CLOSES
ITS CANOE ROUTE
illy A *<>• Is ted CrcNS)
BRAUNAN-AM-INN. Austria,
Aug. 24. —Canoeing on the Rivet-
Inn, which separates this town
from Germany, has been forbid
den, authorities claiming that in
nocent-looking peddlers had been
maintaining communication be
tween Germany’s nazis and the
outlawed nazi party of Austria.
LEGALS
NOTICE OF KURCtIOX
Notice is hereby given that on
the 18th day of September, 1933, a
special election will he held at the
regular voting places in the Over
seas Road and Toll Bridge District,
Monroe County, Florida, at which
general elections of the State of:
Florida are held, the territory of
said District being more particularly
described as follows, viz:—
Township 64 South, Range 36
East: Township 64 South,
Range 35 East; Township 65
South, Range 35 East: Town
ship 65 South, Range 34 East:
Township 65 South, Range 33
East: Township 66 South, Range
33 East; Township 65 South,
Range 32 East; Township C 6
South, Range 32 East: Town
ship 65 South, Range 31 East;
Township 66 South, Range 31
East; Township 65 South, Range
30 East; Township 66 South,
Range 30 East: Township 65
South, Rnnge 29 East; Town
ship 66 South, Range 29 East;
Township 67 South, Range 29
East: Township 65 South, Range
28 East; Township 66 South,
Range 28 East: Township 67
South. Range 28 East; Town
ship 66 South, Range 27 East:
Township 67 South, Range 27
East; Township 67 South, Range
26 East: Township 68 South,
Range 26 East; Township 67
South, Range 25 East; Town
ship 68 South, Range 25 EaHt; <
for the purpose of voting upon the
proposition of issuing Twelve Mil
lion, Five Hundred Thousand Dol
lars (f 12.500,000) bonds of said
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge Dis
trict, for the purpose of establish
ing. constructing, maintaining and
operating in Monroe County, Flor
ida, toll bridges and toll highways,
consisting of bridges, viaducts,
causeways, fills, embankments,
roads, highways, trestles, and other
appurtenant structures, which will
connect certain of the present ter
mini of State Road No. 4-A, In or
der to complete a system of high
ways and bridges extending from
Miami to Key West, via Key Largo;
the payment of said bonds and the
interest thereon to be secured only
by a direct and exclusive first
charge and lien upon the tolls and
other revenues, of any nature what
ever, received from the operation of
said toll bridges and the approaches
thereto, and toll highways, and anv
other property of the District, and
not otherwise.
The polls at said election shall
he kept open from eight o'clock A.
M. until sundown, and only Quali
fied electors who are freeholders
residing in such District shall par
ticipate In said election.
Dated at Key West. Florida, this
16th day of August, J 933.
FRANK B. SHVTTS,
Chairman.
I.EO H. WARREN,
R. D. FREEMAN,
FAITSTINO RENDITEI.es,
CHARIJ3S L. ROBERTS.
Board of Commissioners of Over
seas Road and Toll Bridge Dis
trict. . augl 7-24-31; sept 7-14
NOTICE OF A FECI AI. RRCISTHA
TIO* OF FREEHOLDER ELEC
TOR* lb oVKttHEAS ROAD AND
TOl.l. IlHimiK DISTRICT. IN
HO*liOF COUNTV, FLORIDA.
A special registration of free
holder electors In Overseas Road
and TU Bridge District has been
ordered to he held at the County
Court House of Monroe County. In
Key West. Florida, and In each
electim district. In Overseas Road
and Toll Bridge District, commenc
ing on the 2<*ih Aay of August, 1*33,
and ending on the ISth day of Sep
tember. 1933, for the purpose of
registration of freeholder electors
for voting at the special bond elec
tion to be held on the 18th day of
September. 1933, in said District, at
which election there Will be sub
mit led to the qualified freeholder
electors for apTfoval a proptwdtion
to issue bonds of said District In
the amount of yi2.aoA.ooo, for the
purpose of establishing, construct
ing, maintaining and operating in
Monroe County, Florida, toll bridges
and toll highways, consisting of
bridges viaducts, causeways, fills,
embankments, roads. highways,
trestles, and other appurtenant
structures, which will connect cer
tain of the present termini of State
Road No. 4-A, In order to complete
a system of highways and bridges
* mending from Miami to Key West,
via Key Largo; the payment of said
bonds and the interest thereon to
be secured only by a direct and ex
clusive first charge and lien upon
the tolls and other revenues, of any
nature whatever, received from the
operation of said toil bridges and
the approaches thereto, and toil
highways, and any other property
of the District, and not otherwise.
The registration books will he
open at the office of the under
signed Supervisor tn the Coart
House of Monroe County, in K*yi
West. Florida, from, nine o'clock A
ML until noon, and from two o'clock
I*. M until five o'clock I*. M , com
mencing the ;*th day of August.
1933. and during each day there
after. ending the nth day of ilep
t ember. IVS3.
At the time of registration each
elector will he required to make
affidavit that he la a freeholder
am] a duty qaaiified elector resid
ing in said District
The word “freeholder", as used
herein. |* defined a* being a person
Wh.. has an Immediate beneficial
..waer-hip interest, legal or eq
aitsMe ia a re* simple estate in
land in Overseas Road aad Tolt
Bridge District
Dated, Key West. Florida ISth
day of August, HU.
_ , JOHN F.NOLAND
Supervisor of Registration of Mon
roe County. Florida auglT-Ji
Kuy Want's Pint F unarm i Haasa
Kay Waat’a First Aanbulauca
ilw
fRITCH ARD
Fbaua 141 Nmr Sleeps
WIFE’S RIGHT TO LOAF
GETS OK FROM COURTS
4lly A ■•• dated Pres*)
VIENNA, Aug. 24.
Spending many hours daily
in a cafe is the inalienable
right of all Viennese, a busi
ness man here learned when
he sued his wife for divorce.
He charged that she whiled
nway most of her afternoons
and many evenings “in the
coffee house instead of her
own home.”
The court agreed with tlie
wife that in Vienna the cafe
is the citizen’s dub and his
wife’s club too.
SAFETY LOUDSPEAKER
AIDS TRAFFIC CONTROL
4Hr A umrmtrd Press*
WICHITA 1 , Ka< Aug. 24.—T0
educate motorists in traffic
safety, the Wichita police depart
ment maintains a “safety car”
equipped with a loudspeaker.
Parking near an intersection,
the officer driving the car ob
serves everyone crossing the
street —in motorcars, on bicycles
or afoot—and courteously re
minds them of infractions of the
traffic ordinances.
The loudspeaker is powerful
enough to carry the officer’s
voice several blocks.
PREMIER MUSSOLINI
OFFERS PRIZE FUND
(By Associated Press)
MILAN, Italy, Aug. 24.
Premier Mussolini recently turned
over 200,000 lire, or about $14,-
000, to a natality prize fund for
silk workers here and in Rome.
The appropriation was part of his
general campaign for race
stimulation involving several mil
lions in cash prizes yearly.
Subscribe for The Citizen.
LEGALS™
NOTICE
The undersigned will apply on
the 11th day of September, A. D.
1933, to the Hon. Jefferson B.
Browne, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit
of the State of Florida, in and for
Monroe County, for an order to
legalize the adoption of Barbara
Ann Myers, a minor, resident of the
city of Key West, Monroe County,
Florida.
EDWIN FOGARTY TREVOR,
ELEANOR MILLER TREVOR.
auglo-17-24-31; sept 7
NOTICE
Payment of poll taxes for the
years 1931 and 1932 is a prerequisite
for voting in the special election to
be held on the 18th day of Septem
ber, 1933, in the territory of the
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge Dis
trict, Monroe County, Florida, for
the purpose of voting upon the
proposition of issuing Twelve Mil
lion, Five Hundred Thousand Dol
lars (|12,500,000.00 > bonds of said
Overseas Road and Toil Bridge Dis
trict. Freeholders desiring to vote
in said special election should call
promptly at the office of the under
signed Collector and pay their poll
tax.
Dated at Key West, Florida, this
21st day of August. 1933.
FRANK H. LADD.
Tax Collector for Monroe County,
Florida. aug2l-22-23-24-25
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