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MA. aMtrt INVENTS
THE only deck in ths home contain
ing only forty-oven card on ac
tual count. It waa finally agreed
(by th. ladle.) that lira. Jarr should
always ho dealt thirteen. Mrs Itunsie
thirteen and Mr. Jarr and Mr. Rangla
t.n and eleven In turn.
This, aa born Mrs. Jarr an i Mm Ran
XI. war. unanlmoua, would mak. It
all perfectly fair and satisfactory to
everybody and the cam. of auction
A dumb despair settled upon Mr. Jarr
and Mr. Rangie at thla and other ar
rangements for a pleaaant evening
"Just among theraaelvee." But. althuiu i
their heart, were breaking, they were
11 smiles to-night.
"Wo can emoke, of courier' .aid M'.
Jarr aa Mr. Hanjle. dealt the ehort and
I wish you to." aald Mrs. Jarr.
But her look wan stern and cold and
Irs. Rangie cave Mr. Hangle a vlcloue
die In the rib. with her elbow aa he
pa need in dletrlbutlng the forty-aeven
paeteboarda and reached for hie algar
ettee. Thla poke In the brisket or
thereabouts waa .Social Mian IneTua
ing, elgnlfying "Smoke If you dare'"
"Weil, I don't feel like smoking."
murmured Mr. Rangie frankly.
Mr. Jarr put back hta cigar and rave
him a glance that .aid "Coward!"
'fitm that'a very sweet of ymi."
iruahed Mra. Jarr. "Mr. Jarr doesn't
know how It .mail, up the curtain, sr.d
make, me choke. But I am (lad to ."0
there le one married man who has ome
regard for hi. wife and doe.n't imoke
In her presence "
Mra. Rangie gave her huihand a took
that eald pl6..-ily: "See. I do not i?n
around .telllmj people BOf you fill jour
home with cigarette mnoke and the
carpet, with cigarette end.:"
"Tea. It'H only a habit, imoklnj'"
chimed In Mr Jarr.
So It la, hut it ia a very oomfortliK
habit. And Numetlilng told Mr. Jarr
thet tb god cigar In big upper le'l
hand wai.tcoat pocket wa. going to be
nattered and hroken during the cour.e
or t ie evening,
"And It'l a very had habit and a very
extravagant one:" aald Mr. Jarr.
"Should are !iae aomethlng ti
drink ?" naked Mr. Jarr aa Mr.. Rangl
and lira, Jarr amiably compared hands.
"Not for lue," .aid Mrs. Rangle "I
think it would he very nice to have n
evening, a comfortable home even.tt,
an enjoyable evening. Juat among our
selves playing enrda -.Mra. Jan. If you
will alve rne the klna of heart. I'll
v Woust AMD r-J
Copyright The fraaa PuMlaruni ry, X, AXSjKHS' jKt
Advice to Lovers
Don't Marry to Reform
Y de.r glrll.
. doing su.-h a thing
she would seem
The time for
you marry htm,
, "A. "." writes- "I am seventeen and
a handsome young man whom I have
knonu six day. haa a.ked me to marry
him. M prent. ibject, but I am poel
ftve 1 shall never love anybody so much.
What Khali I do?"
!' not think of marrying any one
ihoni you have known eo short a
'T rV" write.: "I hav. Ii.ard an un
ph p.tant story about a young man w hom
1 love deeply. Ills sister does not deny
u. What shall I Co?"
If you love the young man you ought
no: to believe anything to in. discredit
without hearing hie own explanation,
"A II" vrttagl A gill knew that I
ns coming to -all on a certain evening,
hj after I had arrived ah. told m.
thai she had made an appointment to
The Evening World
I "Pun TITtMeH AvTvvnXHr
give you the king of apadee. Then we'll
both have better hand. "
"Why. certainly!" aald Mr.. Jarr.
"Uut." objected Mr. Jarr, what', the
uee to deal card. If you ladlea are going
to aelect them from each other',
'A. he saM thla the knave of hearta
fell from hla hand, onto the table.
"That'a the card I waa looking for!"
cried Mra. Jarr. "Here, take thla old
four of diamond.. Now. dear, I'll bet
you we beat thee, men who think their
knew .o inuoh about playing!"
(Thla laat to Mra. Rangie.)
'1 don't aea how you are going to
beat ua, if Mra. Rangl. la playing with
in and Mr. Rangie la playing with
you." aald Mr. Jarr.
"Well. It wouldn't be fair for Mra.
Jarr and me to play together agalnat
regular gamblers," aald Mra. Rangla
"And I wouldn't play with my hue
hind a. a partner for worlds!" re
marked Mr. Jarr.
"Nor me with Mr. Rangie! cried the
other lady. "We always gat In a fight!"
"1 matched that cerlee ribbon for lit
tle Kmina'e new hat," aald Mra. Jarr.
"Walt. I'll ehow you. Now, don't look
at my card.!"
Thla Lit waa addreaeed to Mr. Jarr
aa .he laid her hand down, the facea of
the can l a upward, and went off to And
the cerise ribbon.
"You muet have paid U centa a yard
for that!" .aid Mra. Rangla In eager
Interest when the ribbon waa brought
and ahown her.
And .he laid down her rarda. face up
ward, and held the ribbon under the
"Doe It metch by daylight, too.''
"Perfectly," aald Mr.. Jarr. "There
waa a aal. only 37 centa So I got
MM of the wide in blue. It will make
e nice eaeli for little Rmroa'a white
dree.e. for Sunday school "
"Where did you got HT Waa It a
remnant sale, or Juat for one day?"
.eked Mr. Rangie.
"Are you going to play auction bridge,
ladles?" aaked Mr. Jarr with deadly
"Can't you he polite?" aaked Mra.
Jan .liarply. "You mm think only of
aamhllng. I wonder whai'a keeping the
children o quiet In the front room."
Nothing wa. keeping thorn quiet. For
at this Instant a eerlea of ahrtaka rent
the air. coining from the front room.
And hoth ladles hurried away.
"It can't be done'" murmured Mr.
no una, oi yvu .ii'jum uer man; iuan
to reform him.
If a man ha. bean doing thoi. thlnga which he
ought not to have done, and yet haa the .eed. of real
reformation in Mm, he will etralghten up before he aaka
a girl to become hla wife, lie won't aak a girl whom he
love to run the dreadful rl.k of hla not being able to
Here in New York -a girl recently married a man who
had fired ..ver.l .hot. at her In a drunken fr.nsy, be
cause, ihe said, she was sure she could prevent him from
again To the dlapaadonat. obatrver.
pitifully trustful young person
your future hueband to reform I. before
go out Kith anoth.r girl and buy . hat.
Would .he have done thl. If .he cared
."he might, but the action waa a rude
"E. H." write: "A youna man Ua.
paid me attention for some time and I
think he lovaa me. A. I do not car.
ay him pl..M ell m. . polite w.y of
getting rid of him."
If you eaouee yourself from making
engagein.nta with him h. ought to take
"I am very good
I friends with a young man, although he
n )a never called on me. I am going
dWay on a visit of aaveral month.
Would It be proper for me to ask him
'to spend a week In the vicinity of my
j I do not think that you know him well
enough to make aucb a request.
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t PABADING IK AHO I'M ' . A if t3 A gam JPJ ft M
(Otonagot, lM. i, K. 1. Oedi.)
STNOPajfl OP PRKOBDI.NO INmALMaVm.
Hobwt Anitrutlair, . jrous. Brills, oflow is
els. Is the rlajfee of . seaadncf us the usit
rrset um uaw to aeeit-aeitlal, a. start, aa m
wwa. ii iru waa..
rteow hb Aaetraiasr sad Iris. Aaatratlwr ssrbas
wtta Us firt to s neuter Meed. Ttors, hsriua
ludei sui of Iks atrisTs Hons, as eissss s
feoSM for Ins I. . an. 1. th. sh bs fladi s
sssletoB aial slao s auMsjrUnu chart that u
soMebsd se tla mm. Whlli Irs) U wsltaas
sioiu siw Is aak sap t . toad at iSssdJiuatlsi
lhass who hsrs loeatod M UM Island An.
IrulW Mill I him rlfte at tha band BaiJui
lag Us cars. Aamnsttor flsda . sai of almost
purs eM. Ooa idjht tbs slansl gun. alt by An.
struts fa off. Rs and lit oluab to s .Mesa
Mas at rack trturh they hits is aval id seal pn
Tlatmsd for aunh an ssssiasuey. Tba Ih aa, ai
liroaoJi. lours II an slgntj la ouswbsf, sod sserSh
SOS W1SWJ. TIIS7
is etasorsv the ladssrs oattUDanfa
open laaffseUie firs o mea. Ihrrlos lbs
of th. 4aj tin arssa calk, burst. TIUrsT and
haat of tha Aat lbs
... rarwUr UW rWandam D.lki. iaoalall.1
Bss cruet, mwi s nranu inisrpiassr,
a parlsr. Tbs ctirf daaaaaoi Irta's
aHsa tha Hindu ofar to tbMr ssiiss.
conrasaea na nt, inr ru wrui mt
hlaa At Ha astoht oi tha attack s BrMsa
of -war aseea sunaaa as the Islsed, who dries .
K. fWaSa Ahoael ir aar-Uili la lit Arti,
fVana. Iris's isttor. Irla ttitroduess Asstrstser
to air Arthur st haa rasetiar sod aiiaoorjoaa thalr
anasasastst. latrd VaDtnor la slao on the warship.
He aa. SBSt woe en anaur a gr.vtiHs or arte
las t, raw
t haat hta. out of certain finaielal trouulsa,
LruLhar Will tha sfftssi. sb mt his own oourt
martial Vaotiusr rMi a
martial. Vsetesr pssts anew t. ntta hta lli
Arthur tiles in tstl Irta nf hla
But as lenme ts
Bargain Great and Small
, i njsBBBBWe rlA r appears to ne tn re-
IB-SB gam . . . . l i ,
sun, no m i mi nuw "
may endeavor to dis
"I thought the day
were gone when a mnn
would wish to marry a woman against
"Nonaena.: What doea h. know about
It? The glanmur of thl. island romance
will eoon wear off. It would be differ
ent If Anatruther were ale to maintain
her even decently. He I. an abaolute
beggar, I tell you. Didn't he .hip on
your own vessel aa a steward? Take
my tip. Deane. Tell him how matters
stand with you, and lis will cool oft."
H. believed nothing of th. aort, but
he waa deaperataly anxloua that Iris
should learn the truth aa tn her father a
'dilemma from other Up. than hi. own.
'Thl. would be the flrat point gained.
Others would follow
The two men were conversing In the
art's aabln. On tha deck overhead a
vary dltT.r.nt chat was taking place.
Daily Magazine. Thursday, April
. , " t j
jjg x g( x lSha, x x & x By C. M. Piynt $' I
oM look at that r 9ttiN jwHvTwtl Ptm!71 I 1.0 rSATr.UT) TATTCfl
in I u lili 1,1 II V.i I Ul I mini irai-i n 1 1 1 law
1 . I w-nat
of the Morning jjgjffgjj y
The Orient waa due In Slngwpore that
afternoon. Irla waa Invited Into th
oham-room on aome pratext, and L,laut.
Psaydon, delegawted by th. commander
and the It ret lieutenant, buttonholed
With aallor-llke dlreotnesa be came
atralght to the point
"A few of u have been talking about gnrdd Iris aa his lordship's promised pnght during the aecond night on the
you, Anatruther, and we cannot be far bride. From your point of view the I rafuae to batlsw that a bad
wrong In assuming that you are hard arrangement wa. perhapa natural and aIKj acl. woman can r.slst the work
up. The fact that you took a steward's equitable, but since your daughter left ,ng daatlny, and It waa a happy
Job on th. Hrirdar ahow. your dl.lnrlln- Hong Kong It happens that she and I fate wnich led me to ahlp on board
atlon to appeal to your own people for have fallen In love with each other. No; tns ajr-dar, though at the time I aaw
funds. Now, onoe you are aehoro, you please llstsn to me. 1 em not hare to tn another light."
will be landed In difficulties. To cut
any further explanations, I am com
missioned tn offer vnu a loan a. Afttf
- . . .
""""- rwe oass r.p.y wnsn yuu
Robert's mouth tightened somewhat.
For the moment he could not And
word.. Playdon feared he waa offended.
"I am eorry, old ohap, if we are mta
taken," he said heeltatlngly; "but wa
really thought "
"Pleass do not endeavor tn explain
away your generou. act." .xclalm.4
Anatruther. "I accept It thankfully, on
Blow the condition But what la It
'"ai uu ibi me tnB names or thoaa
tn (.-!.., t , . . , . .
- .nu-uiBo oo.,aa. ,OUr-
"Oh. that 1. eaay enough Fftaroy
and tha flret luff are the othere We
kept It to a small circle, don't you know.
Thought you would prefer that."
Anatruther smiled and wrung his
thalr fifty pound, had aone Into the
pocket nf a potential millionaire, who
wss endowed with the faoulty. rare In
millionaires, of not forgetting the friends
of hla poverty. stricken dev.
Rainbow Itland Again.
IR A,RTH!'R DBANR w.s sit
ting Vqn lo b' cahln In a
stat. of deep dejection when
he wa arnuaed by a knock,
and Robert entered
"Can yu give m halt aa bour?" be
3 in wmmm aSTarkTSm UtMV "StTZJ!!. ZTttiZ Ta.Wand r.t fVu..rf h1atpr... war. gar- tl
offlcsr. acted In pure good nature Th kno ,"t th Mt ?n. turnlnuo- agorcy of that torrthl. nered Then, all man would h.U him a but h. ' Jg
ra aaaletlng a man apparently down lng coarced to a dl.taeteful com- J? , agTw.n the girl forced a genius. TijUrXer'. invl
in his luck, who would soon he Balled psct by the seoundrsl wno figured In , to ,,0 his lovs by sug- Wearily turning over hi. papera. ha his OfM" . .
nn to face other difficulties hy reason of ths narrative as his gvU g.niue. .Bating a-aieptarvo of th. ONuks' terms. fMMiP came acroae Ihe last tetter IB "" B'?t' ,'7"' f TXT
his engagement to girl sppwrently .0 At lh, cnno.u.lon Hlr Arthur bowed -rhus. for a IIUI. while, these two were written , to 1 big, b, Iri. mo h.r. How the W,nm nair of
"ar TIt?1 '"V,hlm "Tn . hi. hand between hi. hand. driven .pant, and Anatruth.r dladained "gbt short ? before blTwIS SJwvtr If Vtttil&mWhE
jZPJPtEJ2i2 lia7Jm?-iS .H "l WBnOl oho,,., but belt.'., you. ' he to urge the pie. that no. ijmnt -.J -.'K , Irl. waa brought don hU withdrawal from th. bod.
,7;,. d"' them Jtawti tSSTft "-. "Ye, bow cam. you -."J. hjf ' room , gjto g-" lJ3 drjXt for ten
th. year, of th.lr naval a.rvlee. for to be an unjually convicted by a tribunal ;Vr Arthur Uare.. Had Irl. gu.ed Jtef?,'?L, fL2LSu
S i CeievrteM. Lis. I ami 1
to Ths IVesi ISiblwMaa 0. V Rfifl I
( iTht Nr. Y'irh fr.la. World I J 1251 S
aaked. "I have eomethlng
t y to
you before we land."
The shipowner all.ntly motioned him
to a seat.
"It concorus Iris and mysslf," oon-
tlnued Anatruther. "I gathered from
your words when we met on the island
that both you and I ami Ventnor re-
urge my claim, on you. i won ner
fairly and Inland to keep her. were the
whole Houee of I'ewe opposed to ma.
At this moment I want to tell you, her
father, why aha could never, even under
other circumstances, marry Laord Vent
nor." Then be preceded to place before the
astounded baronet a detailed hlatory of
nis rscent career. It waa a aordld story
of woman's perfidy, twice told. It oar
i lal conviction In every eenteuce. It
waa poaatbla, of couree, to explain mat
ters more fully to the baronet than to
i ..,t a n.t.iiih..'. niea raaantmanl
. , .,. . , i,,ro,i.a on,n aim
'II ill. trW
,ilMd forth , ov,rwb,imlnf force.
The Intensity of hla wrath In no way -JJ-' premeament. while the baronet, little while he yielded to utter deepon
Irrrmlred the cogency of hla arguments. ... - trnnrwiaa was In no mood dnev It was Quite true that a com-
Ff.rhsr did It lend point and logical
iUcli word burned Itself Into hla
of your brother officers?'
"They could not help themaalv.s. To
saaall ma oisant that they dlsoredlted
the eworn testimony not only of my
Colonel's wlfs but of the civil head of
an Important Oovernment Mission, not
to mention aome bought Chinese evl
denoe. Am I tha first man to be offered
op aa a sacrifice on the altar of official
"But you are powerless now. Ton
can hardly hope to have your caae re
vised What chan'. I. thsre that your
name will ever be cleared?"
"Mra. Coatoball oan do it If aha will.
Th. vagaries of such a woman are not
to be depended on. If Ird Ventnor
haa raat her off, her hatred may prove
stranger than her paaalon. Anyhow, I
should be the laat man to daapalr of
Ood'e PorrManoa. Oosnpara the condi
tion of Iris and myself to-day with our
How different the words, the
lions, of tha raw suitors Quite uncon
sciously, Robert eouM not have pleaded
better. Tha shipowner sighed heavily
"I hope your faith win be Justified
If It bs not-ha more likely thing to
happen da I understand that say
daughter and yaw Intend so get mar
ried whether I give or withhold my
Anstrufhar roe and opened the door
"t Lave ventured to tell you," he aald
"why ahe ahould not marry Lurd Vent
nor. When I come to you and aak you
for hor. which I pray may be eoon, It
will be time enough to e newer that
ohoild you men aecvao te
tstt t '
ft muwt be remtotbbered shaat Hswtera.
, .mvmm nt tha ftldir
, ,.u. . ,...nUhi view uf An-
Robert could make him unnerwieno me
how her father waa tormented, ah.
would not havs remained on the bridge
radiant and mirthful, while the rrV
haired baronet gaaod with etony-eyedj
dearpalr at ami, memoranda which h.
estreated from hla papera
"Ten thousand pounds!" he muttered.
"Sot a great sum for ths mllllnnalra
financier. Hlr Arthur Deane, to raise on
his note of hand. A few monthe ago
men offsred me one hundred time. th.
amount on no better security And
now. to think that a est of jabbering
fools in London should ao destroy mv
credit and their own. that not a bank
will dlacouat our paper unleea they are
The Heroes You Don't
Kead About in Books.
By Srnfkt ktnt Ltb.
HII.K Uur Jam la writing the
thrilling ear.paded of Cl.iw.
Broekway. th liar at a tbou
aand live, and
Harold M c Orath
ehrotrictaa the vtr
tuea of aaarat pa
aagawaya, right la
our own land, m
th. atrtokan flood
ad Dayton, a Ittrla
while ago the dally
paper, totd of hun
dreds of h eroee
that aprang up in
A. J. Bard. wio
wa panned In the
City National Bank BuHdlng with a
hundred and fifty other, raoounta how
a man with a alngle boat aaved th en
tire hundred and fifty whll th fir. waa
consuming the building. They had out
the elevator rablea and with a ball of
twine and email wlr nt down th
raMe to hta boat. II rawed la an
other tail Ming and fastened the
to that building under ran
Than with only th light of the burp
Ing etructur to guide th reecue. th
hundred and fifty parson, tn th bank
building were eaved by the aid of the
boatman and thl. Improvl.ed h.nd-ov.r
hand ewrae. In tatting th etery not
avan the man' NVMK waa learned.
In another place two hundred woman
and bahlaa found refuge In a paint fee
torv. And under moat alarming con-
rations, at the risk of their Uvea, every
day hero., carried food to them. Th
ruperlnt.nd.iTt of th worhhouaa.
many other. Ilka him. fought da
at.lv In behalf of their duty.
ho. on after another, the survivor
tall of the dangerous acta performed by
rescue folk. And Just a word about
In the passing of thla horror, la
- - - - I, i - - -
j Parisian Fancies in Dress.
aaaaaag ara laraslr uaed aa
C trimming. They are Been aa hat
facings and for trimming gowna
Handsome ooata have email oollara and
euffe of Uita ouasnt old faahlpned f atari
and charming effect are produced.
The natural hiure. wMoh wa latra
d uced aaveral years age hat reluctantly
accepted, haa gradually found favor, and
now tha woman who DOM war
cm-eat wear th on that gtvaa the
"ooraetlaaa flaws." In fact, thl Ma
son's fashionable ooraet models ars all
of thl typ and ar halag generally
adopted by all women.
It is impoaaible to aay ht any par
ticular length ooat la correct. Bvery
length l een, from the bolero to th
three-quarter length, and all are equally
faehlonable. the only entlal lg a
Whsrsver one goes in Parle crepe cos
tumes aeem to predomtnata. In th
morning pretty frocks of cotton crop
ar eeen in the Bole. In the tea room.
In the afternnon dreeey gowna of tua
aore or one of the many aft etrkerepe
weavsa are oDeerveo ss ai
funotlon chiffon rna at graafiy In
The long waleted loo Russian Mouse
In bright colored aattn. worn with a
ulaok aetln eklrt. le highly favored by
French women and glvaa a perfeot
ascajred. Uord Ventnor haa Joined the
hoard! Fanoy me, of all men. being
willing to barter my onna ror a a
pl.cea of gold'-
Th,, thnuarht Was mMutnUU ror m
narntlvelv .m.U amount or
....... ,k. .i . r.int v nf nis firm,
-"' rmawa tea t T. 7.. . .t..
II, B couia sasuy iru
(Jod hlaa. mother!
Ood blee. in., th.lr
mystery of th. "Typhoid Mur-
ders" has at list been solved by
Craig Kennedy, ths strange de
tective who have reduced crime fsrrstlng
to an exact scdsnoe. Tha story of these
-------- - wii, mi um
Ce. rrae Hew
Moat ef them
sign la. aa as dec a
heard of or even aat th
of th UmaUghC And they win GK OM
They will feat rsnnhehar fbht i
laaaav TV THI CKXlAaVOW
hour of naad arrived. In Rk
there are thoae In
neighborhood who rtaa to th
every hour of th twenty-fwar.
le the burden of an InvajM to i
giving of all for thoae that
the saving of grant trout tag a
And what, you
romp on so? Juat
feeling of not having, hi tha '
fetlaa down" am a
UVT aa wane aa U
I eorpiBMlea In th
mad a enswi ewt of hkn.
THBPW I the anewer, tba raaj fay,
In th ohm of thtnaa. D yaaj fjahtk
that th man of maasya, wdu h asr
on each atda of him, asMBtoaB -hen gg
foreign lndi. la th one to h sW
VTatD Or sto you think th mm whs
haa been decorated enth
badge of bravery eat
hero Is th beat? Mat maeht
Tha honor la
fin. Jl'BT Ah BIO. far th
nlaad bar who owe hla duty gait a a
mattsr of couree. sag Boeing MO 1
In truth, many hasaa WU
In the laaT run.
For ha haa only th aa tie feet ton f 1
knowledga of work was
tha VUHBLJE SBSJB ef
approval WTTIOK HTHBsKaF la a 1
'- - - - -aaaaaaaai
heletdoeeoplc eflfeot to aay
A new fancy in uiukgiir ah aw a V
eat wish the frill turning Inward In
stead of outward aa wa have hasea aa
customed to aa them.
Parle seems t ha gratojg tired ef
navy Mo and blank, watch
an unataalTy knag rwa af
and gray are very pagakv.
la unqueartonably tha toadtoi
now. Any ahade from tha moat deheate
tan to the daop gildak too a a to taah
lonahle. Mwah rod to.ahto aaato. ghd
th ahaatoa af t
th Pargtoa red are i
Hlh e metes girdles af
treating color are much worn. Thar
ar usually finished off with a large Way
either at th front or bach aa fancy ale
lata. Franeb women favor th ekghtlr
rdotrasd watet and they a till unlet that
ahlrta muet be very narrow at the bot
tom. There I a peeoltor fultaeaa at th
knsee hroaghl about by fasdliks drap
srtes that suggset OriaataJtom. hat th
fullneee at the walat la gathered or
pleated Into a hand la gtvo th Bat
effect at the hips.
Most of the hate now are email, with
high plumea or aigrettes, hat the eam-
mer will bring dainty targ 1
veiled with printed ehtffona.
And what waa it ah cried to
"Tour own Utt girl given
Otven back to html For
marry that blaoh-hearted
whoee nastlma waa the dagrl
women and tba defaming or
men? Thai saw tied It. Instantly th
...... ua.a . Ua ami A mwmml
w. ' " -7 17 t " - -
a am rum u. ma
(To Be Continued.)
murd.r. and of Kennedy', adventuraa
in runnins down tne criminal re eur-
ringly told In 'TtrB 8 1 LENT BULUPT"
by Arthur B. Resvs, whloh
serial publication la
pirirhanni erfl newer be
I the pajeiakha
That aha rarv
thing, mt hswatog
Rata your had to torn, tha gahiPBHil
hero near rear door.