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TOD4TS MYSTERY STORY
By rillUP FflANCIS NOUXAN
Yesterday's Mystery SpUuion
IN THE case of "Tiptoeing Step" It
'w quite clear that the murderer
could hnvc hail no piiriioie in nvpronch
In thq victim on tiptoeH. As Dr. Inr
nelirh had pointed out. fnnUtPiH on' sand
mike no noise nnjliow, nnd besides, tlm
murderer was in plain view.
Harvey Hunt arci'd that thrri!'v,cre
only tifo other possible reu'onx tor n
pemon'fl walking on tiptoe. One would
be to save an injured heel... I Jut It wo
too fantastic a Bupposltlon thnt n pcr
ion would have suffered from two In
lured heels and yet committed murder.
Bach a neMon ttould certainly be nware
of leaving behind n dhtluetlve trail.
The only other reason was' habit.
WalMns on tiptoe was a habit with the
murderer. Uuc again Harvey Huut fig
nred that a man having such n peculiar
habit would be cognisant of It, and
would have made some nttempt to obllf.
erflte the trail.
The only possible, conclusion was that
the murderer hnbltually walkril on tip
toe and attracted no attention by so
doing, and honce was aware of the fart
that the trail left had been dlstlnc live,
This, of course, was equivalent to the
conclusion that a wo'mnrt. accustomed
to wearing high heels and balancing her
-eight on her toes when she walked,
cn without heels, had committed the
crime. Many women do this, arf may
te observed on any bathing beach.
With this ..clue to won; on, Hunt
goon located the waitress' who told a
tile of o life blasted hrtc years before
the artist who, on going down to
he beach that morning for her btirf
hth. hod faced, him, and. Infuriated by
Mi scorn, had atruck him. thus pie
elnltatlng tt struggle In which she hod
filt the revolver In his pocket, snatched
out anu ustu it.
Can you solve this viysteru
For twoNnontbs the city had al
ternately laughed and thrilled with In
ilrnatlon at the escapades, both funny
id brutal, of tho spectacular thief who
etlled himself "the Pirate.".
n-v rtlrotp unnsrentlv was not par-
tJcnlar about how. when or where he
tnersted. First, It would be n hold
up in the suburbs, then of looting a
house In the absence of Its occupants;
ij would enter n fashionable apartment
honie and rob some inmate at the point
tl i revolver, fading Into thin air faster
tbin the outraged vicum couiu puonc
tie office, many floors below.
But he was consistent In one thing,
hit sense of humor. He nearly always
took occasion to ploy some practical Joke
en his victim.
There had Dcen inc case 01 aim.
Cholmnndly -Jones, whom he visited In
tie Belvldon, an apartment hotel, nnd
whom he had taken over his knee and
raanked when she became hysterical and
refused to tell him where she kept her
There ha'd been that of the old darkey
sutler of the Fairfaxes, a Southern fam
ily. After looting tne oio-iasnioncq
Hfe In the library, the pirate had
ucended to the fourth floor and entered
the servant's room, thoroughly Intimi
dating the old man by waving a revolver
and, in the glare of his own electric
torch, by a series of fantastic facial
contortions, in voe worus ui uk myiy,
"he done pinch his face out ju nis
dniubs. and make It snap back, Jes' lak
( rubbuh ban'' '
He was described as da.rk-haired. red
dish completion, always wearing deeply
tinted glasses, with a long bristling
tiiiBtache, an angry, ugly scar running
icrosi his nose and down his left cheek,
lie always wore an overcoat (but then
It was winter), and strangely enough,
in old-fashioned opera hat. He spoke
with a decided foreign accent, and with
For the most part he was seen only
it night. IJut one day a milk bottle
crashed to the pavement In front of
Detective MacQuinlan, who had been
assigned to the task of hunting htm
down. MacQuinlan, who had been
ilklng briskly, came to an abrupt halt
and Imiketi up to a window in tne soc
end story of the cheap hotel and saw
the pirate leering down at him. He Im
mediately rushed Into the building, but
the ntounded proprietor vowed that
lobody answering that description had
been in his place. MacQuinlan took
occasion to scrutinize every guest and
employe, but tho pirate, who had ap
peared at a hall window, was not among
The police were nt their wits' ends
for "boln? made a monkey of." when
llarrpy Hunt took a hand in the game.
He Mnrtcd nt the cheap hotel from
Which the milk bottle hod been thrown
It MacQuinlan. Hut his scrutiny of
he guests nnd employes was no more
Illuminating than the city detective's,
to he chnnged his attack.
Acting under his Instructions that
night the proprietor took occasion to
whisper to each of his guests a tip that
the police were going to stage a raid In
the place in search of the pirate. He
Iiurhed as he told them, as though the
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Idea were ridiculous, but also a-s a
warning, that, the police might not put
any of his guests to too much embar
rassment. The affairs of the majority
of them, In fact, would not hove utood
a searching Investigation.
Then Harvey Hunt took up his post,,
with MacQuinlan, In a closet on the
second floor near the hall window from
which the bottle had been thrown. They
concentrated their attention on tho three
rooms nearest, that window on the street
Finally a fluttering flash of yellow
ligtit came from under one of the doors.
In an insUint tho two had thrown their
Rhoulders against the panel. As the
wood splintered In they were assailed
with the smell of burning gasoline and
"We've got him!" grunted Hunt as
he plunged through tho wrecked door
toward the wasbstand, where In the
wnsn-oasin me names suit Mattered,
nnd seizing tho water pitcher beside it
dousml the flames.
Hint's swerve toward the woshstand
hnd disconcerted the plain-looking man
who stood with his fists doubled up. as
If at bay; so that MacQulnlan's rush
carried him to tho floor.
."What'fi he burnlngl" queried Mac
Quinlan, arising from the manacled
form of his captive and straightening
hta rumpled collar. "And say, Hunt,
how did you dope this thing out? This
pasty-faced clam doesn't look like the
bird we're nfter."
Do vnu tnote tehat teat burning, and
why Uarvov Hunt expected to catch the
nirato in that particular part of tht
The anneer trill appear tomorrow.
THE DAILY NOBELETTE
lr WHAIAM n. COWX.KS
"Ta. Chris." said Molly slowly. "I I
do love you. but"
The rest wiu checked by Christopher's
marer up as no swept nrr into nu arms,
Rwnved bv his lmnettlosltv. she r.
sponded to his rapture, but for a 'mo
ment oniv. Then aha freed noraeir. gtntlj'
but flrmlv. from his embrace.
"What Is tt, swecthoort?" demanded
unris quicKiv. maKlnr aa ir to grasp his
new-won prize one more.
"Walt. Chris." the girl halted him.
.Not yet. I sold I loved you, put
didn't say I'd marry vou."
Chris looked astonished. "What'n the
IdeaT" ho wanted to know.
"Well." hesitated Molly, "you set, It'a
New Year's Eve and I kind of feel like
making resolutions and thare are you
havo wsll "
"Out with It!" Interrupted Chris. "Am
f as bad as all thatr
"Tou're not bod at all." she responded
rravelr. "Onljs well, your smoking, you
know, And when you net Interested In
what you re talking about, you
"ljt sIId a -cubb word." finished Chris.
"Well, my dear, there ore two resolu
tions as good as made. Here's to can
ning the smokes and the strong talk.
Anything more? Now's your chanco to
make me Into a perfect little paragon.
Now. If Molly had' been truly wise, she
would hae stopped right here, content
to have Inserted ever so tiny a wodgo
between Chris and his pet habits. Out
Sh COUld not raallt (tin fumntntlnn ta
take & whnclt.at (h emv mrntAnlntt trtiit
Vvliloh troubled her. . ,
"There"! one thins mora T-wtsh'Vou'd
stop," she admitted, "and that'B going
around with Jolt oiakoman and his
Ct)rts thrust hla hands Into his pockets
and rogarded her gloomily. Then.
"Hanr it all. Molly." he 'expostulated.
"That's asking- too-much."
, 7yy well." sold Mojly stiffly, "very
well. If yoU won't do so little tt.thlnrt,08
that for me '-" sho brokeorT with a
significant shrug .of her slim shoulders.
Mqlly.1" Chris, sot up straight, then
sunn dock despairingly. "Well. I might
have known It .you were't, satisfied with
me tfio way tho .Lord made me, you'd
never'." r '
Tho Idea I'" Interrupted Molly, o red
spot In either cheek. "Now that I know
how little you will do for mo, I'm not
satisfied at all 1"
Chris rose quietly. "Mean It 7" ho
'Tos," declared Molljv Then, iia he
starred rpr tne door. "Ana I never want
to sea you nirnlti t" hi addpri hmtortlv.
As Shrltophcrk footstepn died away,
the bell of tno city broke out' In Joyous
peal, but their vibrant chimes fallod to
reach tho cars of ths rrirl who sat hud
died In her,chalr sobbing as If her heart
The next few weeks wero long ones for
moiiy, ano noy were not made any
easier to bear, when Molly's fifteen-year-old
brother casually droDDed tho Infor-
(nation that he had gone riding with
Chris In tho latter'! brand new runa
bout, Molly knew that Chris wan not
in a position to Duy new runabouts Un
less he had.-dtnwn on the little fund
r had accumulated so slowly and so
proudly us a nest-egg with, which to
Hut the runabout was, not his only
extravagance. As the weok drew Into
months, rumors reached Molly of ex
penditures on the part of Chris totally
vnltke the soberly, Industrious young fel
low sho had known. 8ho heard of box
partita nt the modest local theatre when
a third rate musical comedy hit town
and of late suppers where Chris was a
lltxly and riotous participant.
Perhaps she would have discredited
the gossip as exaggerated, had not her
own eyes borno witness to the truth of
at least a part of It. Walking home up
Main street late one afternoon, sho saw
a trim little runabout draw up to the
curb of the Chinese restaurant Just
ahead. From It descended Chris, fur
coated and gauntlcted, Then he turned
to assist In doscendlna; a girl a pretty,
shallow-eyed Uttlu thing equipped with
fashion's latest devices.
"Aw, can It. kid J" Chris waa saying
In his old slangy way which had brought
upon him Molly's condemnation. Then
he caught a glimpse of Molly and, as he
bowed gTfcvoiy, ho sent, unconsciously,
no doubt, a glance of wistful appeal
straight to hr heart
Molly walked slowly on, but In her
heart was the greatest happiness Bhe had
known since nearly a year ago when she
had let Chris go. And her happiness
Waa not due to tho thought that she could
win him bock, but simply to the discov
ery that, after all, It was the old, slangy,
fiipc-smoklng Chris she loved, and not
ho paragon she would have mado him
Underneath ran a little undercurrent
of fear. Had she misread the look In his
eyes? Waa- It too late?
That night when Chris reached his
rooms he found a little note.
"Because It was everv bit mv fault.
dear Chris, I am oatlnjr humble pie. Dad
has some extra fine Hs.vn.naa on hand,
Care to come up and try them? Bellee
mo. too. Chris, that there's lots of people
I mtnd haying you spend your time with
more man jmice uiaxeman, and
Chris waltstd hla car over the ley
streets at neck mi well as law-brcaklnir
speed and ten minutes later hold in hh
arms a starry-eyed Molly.
"Thank Ilenvon." she saM, "Vo got
ou back, without frills or Improve
ments." "Never mind, dpttr." hh whlmerrd
'When this New Year comes, I prom
ise we u
But Molly Interrupted him firmly. "No,
Chris. Never again ! I'm through with
resolution for other people, Tou novor
can tell. What you deprive 'em, of may
drive 'em to things Worse. Besides. I've
got enough to worry about In reforming
"Billy I" whispered Chris. "You're
Perfect aa vou are I"
And qulto likely ho believed It.
Next Complete NOTrlette No More
Xirlt for Oenrse
THE TOSCANINI CONCERT
Great Italian Conductor dives Di
versified Program With La
Concerto for itrlnir orchtitra Vivaldi
Fifth Symphony Rtethoven
"Iberia". imAgea for orchestra DtbuMj'
"Fountains uf Ilo-no" rtuntfhl
Prelude and IyOvcDjnth, from "Trliten."
Arturo Toscnnlnl, one of the greatest
of present-day conductorH, gave a mem
orable concert nt the Academy of Music
yesterday afternoon wifh"tbe members of
La Benin Orchestra, nt the head of
whom he Is now making n tour of this
Mr. Toscaninl Is one of the few con
ductors who are equally effective cither
in the oporn or In n program of abso
lute music, nnd one of the even Sjmallnr
number of conductors of his nationality
who understand the lmDortanca of Inter
preting tho architectural beauties of a
symphony-nnd Us relation to the ctno
tlonal content. His oroiram was ex
cccdingly dlvcrHlfled, but the maestro
was eouniiy tnmiuar with each of tho
five different Idioms employed by the
composers represented. Tnls was one of
the most ama7lng features of the con
cert and it was almost Impossible to
say which of the five works was the
best done. He opened with the A-mtnor
concerto for strings of Vivaldi, n compo
sition famlllnr to Philadelphia audiences
and one which, in point of nge, conslil
ernbly antedates Sebastian Uach. Writ
ten in strict contrapuntal stle, Mr.
Toscaninl interpreted it with fiill rcgnrtl
for the formal manner in which it It
This wns followed by the Beethoven
Fifth Symphony. In Jhe first movement
of which the conduct; took considerable
latitude In the mutter of the tempi, but
gave n thoroughly satisfactory reading.
There were several points In which he
departed from tho trndttlnnnl Interpre
tation. From Rcethovcu to (DebusHy is n
long Jump, but the great' conductor ac
complished if perfectly. Tho "Images"
were superbly plnyed with all the re
finement and poety which characterize
the leader of the modern French school
nt his best nnd with great regard for
the ntmosphure nnd orchestral color
tints which belong to Debussy alone.
1'spcclally fine was the treatment of the
percussion instruments, which were
made: n port of tho ensemble and never
allowed to intrude. The Resplghi num
ber, a new one to Philadelphia, was
exceedingly Debupsy-llke In the. softer
passages but much more vigorous In
orchestration In the louder parts. It is
S-f Sf;'M B WA mil
Crogram music, but of the, legitimate
Ind and It received n wonderfully
sympathetic rending from thfe. maestro,,
the close being especially beautiful nnd
impressive. The Wagner prelUdo was
taken In very slow tempo, tho conclu
sion being glren wltji thnt fire and Im
petuosity which was Hie chief char
acteristic of Tobcanlul's conducting of
In hi orchestral conducting, as in
his operatic work, Mr. Toscnnlnl tones
strong dynnmie contrasts constantly,
but always with regnrd for tonal effect
first of all. His planlsslmos arc very
soft but not so much so as to lose color
nor are the Instruments allowed to
screum in the fortlsslmos,
-"It may rcadtiy be believed that the
orchestra Is one of tho best In Europe.
The first movrmetit of the symphony
was not ployed Htrlctly in tunc nt all
parts, but when the offending Instru
ments "warmed up" there was no rom
plaint to be made onthls score. It is
absolutely under his control at nil times.
Wills Probated Today
Wills admitted to probate today dis
posed of estates totaling $108,000. all in
prlvnte beoilests. These were ns fol
lows! Ella V. . Merrltt. 1018 Wet
Dauphin wtreet, $.12,100; Louise M.
Hartley, who died at Oravesend, New
York, $22,000; Nathaniel Klchurdnon.
Academy road, pear Ilustleton, Slfi.OOO;
Nellie A. Uwls. 234:1 North Sixteenth
street, $11,200; William Kechtold. .1447
North Eighteenth street. $10,000;
Charles T. McCrelght. r10.r Hazel Ave
nue. $111100; Ferdinand Obrrholxer. U144
Oaul street, $1,100; Alexander H.
Walters, 1341 Palmer street, $3700.
I m V av nl ' w ' sV H ' '
Inventories of personal estates were
filed with the register of wills ns fol
low: .losenhlne I,. I.liulen. SIC-
:i33..18; Ilernnrd MeKeown, $14.iri!.07',
Lnn oight, S4;j.ii ; k. Iloilnlpli
Ahren, $4000.74. Letters of adminis
tration were granted ns follows; John
.Morris. 22.11 Columbia avenue, $11000;
Hearst Kaseno. .1.171 Itidge avenue,
!W50a; Jnmes Crossett, 4711 Spring
field avenue, $1400.
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TIIK WKATIIKtl IS IDKAI.
ahd nrfordu wonderful opportunity tor
Jtnlldlnir up" nfter the nenou "train
of ChrtBtmnB ehopplnit llrlcht Sunny
oy, crlip ealt nlr, pure mone nnd a
Iloardualk where It all enn be eo e.a.lly
enjoyed Kent while rldlnic In the Iloltlne
Chalm or partake of mild ejercleo nnct
DrnmpnfldN tilth ,i.. m..v h-nm, riAif
Horebe.eh Kldlnit Motorlnir rieri
iuiic uancinu Theatres Movies Etc.
THi: LKADIMl 1IOCSEH
l'hnne Wire or Write for Information,
Mirlboroi'gh-Blinhflm The Breakers
Hotel St. Charles Galen Hnll
Hotel Dcunis Hotel Chelsea
Hold Strand Seaside House
The Shelburnc The Wiltshire
Alamnc Hotel Hotel Morton
Conrenlent nnd pomfortoble train nerrlre,
I'hune loenl tlrkrt narnt for schedule,
AivAmOTicarv. Plan. Hotel
I of K$iMaivwdIlealCoiiart
ritua proof oamaom.
I capacity eoe.
Let I'h Mukn loil Feel lit Home In the
City nt Bobmt Ilea
Ocean End Mnriiiln At.. Capacltr 2(0.
r.lfMitor. Frivnte llntlm. etc. Alirair. opn.
Vlrclnla Ave. and lleach. Cap. 8S0. Prtrat
batba; run. water: elevator, ete. Amr. slas.
BAM. ELU3. Own.r. N. i. COLUIN8. iUt.
! (alt Whit ainm Gornprniyy
Hot?l RntrnKel Kentucky ave. n.furn.
noici doscoou K,cel,nt tB.Die ,1T.ro
snd up weekly. Phono 117. A. B. MARION
LMUTUOOI). X. J
lakewood, new jersey
A OellKhtfu; toclul atmosphere prevails at
Laurel House nnd ma lies It the favored
wlntir hnme of u particular und dlscrlmlnat
Indoors are open fireplaces an orchestra
if artists danelmr. honie-lUe chnn. service
laramnunt. superior cuisine. And In the
open KOlf, rldlnv. sititlnpr, slelKhlnr and
splendid motor roads
. A. tlurph). Mbt.i C. V. Murphy, Aast. MsT
Lakewood, M. J.
Situated among the Pines and
overlooking Lake Cnrasaljo
Mv "Pine. Orlll" 10-hoI. Oolf Course
I'rlvile Tennl. Courts. Rlrtlnr. Hhaded Wall.s
rishlnc Music ITlvnto Oar. it el.
Siir i:iptro-hidrntheratiy llnth System
lHANK r. 8IIUTE. Maninr.
Ilranch DUlce of GEO. A. IIUIIN SONS
Mi ml. re New Yorl: Stock Uichinse
INEAIR HEALTH FARM
I.AKF.U(I11. N. J.
Rent. Reereatlon. Kierrte.
areo Gymnasium Turhleh. Klee-
trie Hjdrotherapy IUths. Handball.
llldlnK. Uolf. Tahle Supplied from luu
acre farm, Ilooklrt Phone 52S.
WILLIAM JAII-y IKITII, lllrertnr.
LAKEWOOD. N. J In the Tines, nil sports.
11Q..VIM Writ- TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE
ROCKY MOUNT. N. C.
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Midway Iletween N. Y. and JaeksonrUI.
Tliu Loirtcal I'lnee to Drcals Your Trip"
Nw. Modern Throughout Ac.com. S00.
Writ, for Information
T. L. HUM). Prop.
At beautiful Bavannah. aa
tb. paradlsa for olf.
motorists, fishermen, hunts
men itid tourists llrtproof
nooms wlthcut bath, 13 ear:
rooms with batb, I3.80 day ur.
fleorre I. Albea. Manager
I. It. round,
Tor llooklet of I'lOKlIM KAT COAST
ItemetN. write 24.t flth r., New orlt.
I GltCEN COVK WITtl.NOS. FLA.
QUI-SI-SANA SPA HOTEL
. Oreen CoTe hprlnrs. Florida
Fin proof hotel nlth moil Improvem'ta ar.it
' lonvs Hut sulpho.miixnesla sprlnas and
hatha, Kolf bnthlnE casino tennis, hunting
Ilntes $& pvr day upwards with menls. Sum
moro Vt , lintel Marlon Lake Oeonrc, N. T
IttKCOi: A. MAKVKL
"" HT. ACGI)HT1E. WA.
GOLF AT ST. AUGUSTINE
PONCE DE LEON
Opens January 4th
FLOKIUA'S IDUAl. WINTER CIJMATB
sr .rni stink. riA.
THE HOTEL DORETA
on Tin: dixii: iikiiia"
m ru in uin Mp. Mil uttcnttnn to Au 9
1 .rueu Ktrlntf t. Ity O . h nnd tlolf lAnht
1-X1KT MVintS, vu
Hotel Royal Palm '
th.Hole Golf. Flshlnc. hwlmmlnit Tool Ever.
Hi.oiii wlih llath J I.j NIII.SON. Manaaer,
1 DAYTON UK CH.n.A.
Daytona Beach Hotel
llrnad verindas fnco the Ocean Thorourhlr
modern Cuisine unexcelled Ilat.a IS 0O t.
Ill per do American plan.
" Ol'KN ALl, THI'. YKAB
MT.ST l-AI.M IIKf II. IX.
Hotel Salt Air
u, 1'iiim llem.1 Htrli'th mod throua-hom
i'!h iinsurpnsu'd ocean tlliln," Hoold.t fc
nil IhlllllMW I.UUKI.l K
atrnut A VNns I'rots
l'AIM UKACll. KM
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It rite rnr It
l.uni- ""' l-rtl
m Iteneh (luwr. Ce.
IHIT til MI '
Umklet fhnniher of Cnnnneree. Miami. Ha
llelleulr HrlKhls. Ha.
"Islands of Sunshine!"
Modem In Construction and Operation
2S0 Uullea rlli Hath rir.iro.(
Avcominouniinn (or oou
tlanasrment of J, A. Sher:
fi. v. lime sia oin ve,. nnur Trt'
inooKle-l lame Jqqres. -IIQUI
I ni)n.ivni.AN hk'oiith
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