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By WILLIAM MacLEOD RAINE
Auther of "A Men Four-aqmre," i
' ,THI BMINS THE BtOftY
1 r f mm Cunnluhtm Ja r'ch and ruth-
v iim. MB lunii newn lu iftia Mr
t. -- r" -:."! -1.1." -.y rT" .-
,M ctlre pn hln
1 i man wne .aya v-unmnanam ewea n m
' tsffwr.' y,Re. A naiiif, iwl. mho
J Ww.flr.S!r. jjHft -i? k
rbr tana up th mauar wlh Jack ami
i Jamaa. mi jwb eeuaina, tavnrad rniN
fcaf Jamaa Curtnlnaham. wha demand te
vtraeir tHanama e tha trlrl. Whan ha
n chlorecrmtd, hound and daad.
irdar had haan anmmtliA ha. .
t'handad paraen. On a tab! Ta a
ttftva,.ena na Baa aan en Wild Reia,
jVatn Lana and WMd Iteaa 1H it. tha mi
V aa.it. alM a .woman wheaa photetrabh.
rariiim, wuinuieua man'a
fta i chlore&rmatVkund.i
iftia.muriJar Mi baan oemmltt
'.ream, .in l.rraatad .fort tha mur-
1 awr. mi IVJS'V T1" "0M 'avtaia
ana aiai. . "'j . in
ha alas ' had
'"' . " il .' .L .
mani ina mam
Aft.. Ma .ft.u
I un wni uimrn
am' a aearimant,- Jatu
li . Cunnlnitham'a
of tha rrurdar. '
out of Cunnlna-.
room tha nlsht of
na aM hit' cowboy chi
. naip iHiHimi im inn rnyi It, a
aeelrtir drf. te wham Curjnlniham Aad
n answuiara . juae Known te hava
ill iu mi r11!..11 nifjil
an in I
f ' AND HUB IT CONTINUE
TflVBP that niinn m.m-2i..
,d . bean In ' a room naar tha aeari.
alat I dlnrevarad dead.
aunt Tha Jan -Vi
.ymthar. Iteaa'a alatar, duappaan.--
JwyES. A flrl at the liouse who
JL works for the telephone company
Ww Esther tet Inte an nutomebilo a
block and t'nair from the house. A
nan helned her In. I nrctended in innvh
" , and asked her what sort of a looking
n man newa. one said he was n llve'
; , one. weudrcssed and hanasome. Tha
V. 'car waa a limousine."
Wfcr "Geed. Fits In with what I fr.nr.ri
Klriy mid. "Th bank waa
doled, but I get In the back deer by
pounding at it. The teller at the K-K
"vwlndew was "till there, working at his
accounts. Esther did net draw any
money teaay or yemeruay.
' ' I
W r I v '' " L
aP .aBT& X Ba
BkakflnaH' fc 'a(laHBllB
"Buttwe James Cunninghams
haven't died mysteriously, have
they?" she ashed.
ether people's business, dear cousin. If
you're always be se altruistic, let us
soy I wonder hew you have time te
devete te your own nffalrs."
e Intend te see justice done Mlse
ffintr w..''L ie-.nnr
' wanted te knew. "Ih It geed for our
1IT friend te be in the power of dhls
toed-lookln' guy with the big cer, un'
bar without a bean of her own? I don't
' "Who Is the man? Hew come she
Sge with him? She euro had no notion
feln' when we was cetln together an
'"I don't nee who he could be. Bin
never apoke of sucli a man te me,"
Rese murmured, greatly troubled.
"I don't reckon she was very well
acquainted with Mm," Lnne said,
shaking out Ids napkin.
The talk wax suspended while he
ladled the soup into the platen and the
Walter served them. Net till the man's
back was turned did Rese fling out her
het challenge te Kirby.
;"Why would she go with a man she
didn't knew very well? Where would
he be going with him?" The flame
In her cheeks, the stab of her eyes,
dared hiiti te think lightly of her sister.
If was in her temperament te face all
sllthta with high spirit.
His smile reassured. "Mebbe ahe
didn't knew where Rhe was gein. That
was bis business. Let's work this out
from the beginnin'."
Kirby passed Itese the crackers. She
.rejected them with a little gesture of
'I don't want te eat. I'm net
Lane's kind eyes .met hers steadily.
"But you must eat. You'll be of no
help if you don't keep up your
' Bather than fight it out, she gave up.
"We knew right off the reel Esther
dlflu't plan this." he continued. "Be
fore we knew the man was in it you
fjlt It wasn't like her te run away
lone. Rese, didn't you?"
She hadn't drawn any money from
her account. Se she wasn't makln' any
plans te go. The man worked it out
an' then persuaded Esther. It's no
surprise te rae te find a Mr. Mnn in this
thing. I'd begun te guess It before you
told me. The question Is, what mnn."
The girl's eyes jumped te hit. She
began te see what he was working to te
vrard. Cele, entirely in the dark,
ftirred uneasily. His mind was still
busy with a possible love tangle.
"What man or men would benefit
roost If Esther disappeared for a time,?
We knew of two It might help," the
man from Twin Ruttes went en.
'Tour cousins!" she cried, almost in
Vtyes if wo've guessed rightly that
Esther was married te Uncle Jnmes.
unat would make her his heir. With
her in their hands and away from us,
they would be in a position te drive a
better bargain. They knew that we're
het en the trail of the marriage. If
tliey're kind te lier nnrl un lnnr.r tlinu
will be they can get unything they
want from her in the way of an agree
ment as te the property. Leeks te me
like the fine Italian hand of Cousin
James. We knew Jack wasn't the
nan. . He was busy nt Gelden right
then. Kinda leaves James In the .pot .pet
light, doesn't it?"
Rese drew a long, deep breath. "I'm
ae glad! I was afraid thought maybe
? ?',u'" de something desperate. But
If she s being looked nfter it's a let
better. We'll seen have her back. Until
then they'll be geed te her, won't
'They'll treat her like n queen. Don't
Jeu see? That's their game. They
Jen t want a lawsuit. They're playin'
ler a compromise."
Kirby leaned bnek and smiled expan
sively en bis audience of two. He be
gan te fancy himself tremendously as a
. Klrby's efforts te find James Cun
ningham after dinner were net success
lul. He was net at his rooms, nt the
euntry Club, or at bis office. Ner was
ae at a dinner dance where he was
"mepg the Invited guests, u bit of infor infer infor
etien Hese had gathered from the o e
clety columns of the previous Sunday's
rcw. His cousin reached him at last
yt morning by means of his business
xeiopneno. An appointment was ar
ranged In five sentences.
.ii 'J,8racs felt any surnrlse nt the
&tien of thrCe which filed in te see
Wnj he gave no sign of it. He bowed.
m- or me chairs from the outer
enice, and bented his visitors, all with
J ary, clo&e smile hovering en the edge
i,rby cut short preliminaries.
iif . BUI" aerupiiy.
en ii',"8 d"'h "n'e" t report
tnr.5.ur trl,p t0 On-Wen," James coun ceun
I ask?" r W"8 " succcs"'ul. "y
wasn't."' Wnsn,t' ye" knew why "
nf 'ye,s ?f t.,,e two men Inet. Neither
th .uU ue,uf n 'he lenst or gave te
the rigor of the ether's gane.
presume." t0 Jack'H OJl,editlen' J
wu d,en,t ,,,,n-v 't, then."
breatVi ""! K,rby' J cver waste
Tharin Uiw,PSi 'lenlals. Yeu saw Jack,
ioererere he must have been there."
hlra a n?8, ." breK't away with
Hse rePis?ry"" hm tlU! m"rrUw "'
ThJeae8ri""da hn"'1 of Pretest. "Ah!
way? V.Z2& i0 ,1,,e Partln8 of tl,e
"N;n V?n e cnccdn that."
K'rby bluntly.0" k"W U'8 trur'" B",(,
"Net Br .11 t . ..
hutllata . ;".'" eureiy would net
"u"a Public record."
Rut that .11? K"2 i,,t" ,,,at' He "
n. :.' dW t WP "H from Bettlna
"v?.i V,Qn we wanted."
illabl i. . "r," retl the nioiin nieiin
hV wat-r".1' '.""He IndlirernuT. Hut
lf h'ceK U' M'
ham, I should say." Yeu can't move us
irem tnnt intention or ."
The expression en the oil broker's
face was either astonishment or the best
counterfeit of It Kirby bad ever eeen.
I beg pardon. What did you say?"
told you, what you already knew,
that Esther McLean was married te
Uncle. James at Gelden en the 21st of
"Miss McLean and Uncle James
married at Gelden en the 21st of last
month? Are you sure?"
"Aren't you? What did you think we
Cunningham's eyes narrowed. A film
or caution spread ever them. "Oh, I
don't knew. You're se cnterprlMng you
might discover almost' anything. It's
really a pity with your Imagination that
you don't go Inte fiction."
"Or oil prometln'," suggested Cole
with a grin. "Or is that the same
"Let's table our cards, James," his
cousin said. "Yeu knew new why we're
"On the contrary, I'm mero In the
dark than ever."
Kirby was never given te useless
movements of his limbs or body. He hnd
the elft of renese. of wonderful neie.
New net even his eyelashes flickered.
"We went te knew what yeu've dene
with Esther McLean.",
"But my dear fellow, why should I
de anything with her?"
"Yeu knew why as well as I de.
Somehow you've persuaded her te go
6omcwhcre and hide herself. Yeu want
her in your power, te force or cajole
her into a compromise of her right te
Unde Jnmea' estate. We won't have
A satiric smile touched the face of
Cunningham without warming It.
"That ncth'e imagination of yours
ngaln. Yeu de let it run away with
"Yeu were seen getting into a car
with Miss McLean. 'r
"Did she' step In of her own free
"We don't claim an abduction."
"On veur own statement of the ense.
then, you have no ground of complaint
"De you refuse te tell us where she
Is?" Kirby asked.
"I refuse te admit that I knew where
the young lndy Is."
"We'll find her. Don't make anv
mistake about that."
Kirby rose. The Interview was at
Cole Sanborn strode forward. He
leaned ever the desk toward the oil
broker, his blue eyes drilling Inte these
of the broker.
"We sure will, an it you've hurt our
111' friend if she's get any grievance
against you an' the wav you treat her
I'll certainly wreck you proper, Mr.
James flushed angrily. "Get out of
here all of you! Or I'll send for the
police and hnve you swept out. I'm fed
up en your interference.'"
"Is it Interference for Miss McLenn
here te want te knew where her sister
Is?" asked Kirby quietly.
"Why should you all assume I
"Because the evidence points te you."
"Absurd. Yeu come down here from
Wyoming and de nothing but inake
treuble for me and Jack even though
we try te stand your friend. I've had
about enough of you."
"Serry you leek nt It that way."
Klrby's smlle was friendly. It wus
even wistful. "I appreciate whnt you
did for inc, but I've get te go through
with wliut I've started. I can't quit
en the job beiause I'm under an ebli
gatien te you. By the way, I've ur
ranged the matter of the bend. Wb're
te take it up nt the District Attorney's
omce at Ji tuts morning
"Glad te hear it. I want te be quit
of you," snapped Cunninghnm turtly.
Ontsidc, Kirby gave directions te his
"It's up te you two te dig up seme
facts. I'm genna be busy nil inernin'
with this bend business se's I can keep
euta jail. Hese, you go up te the Sec
retary of State's office nnd find the
number of the llcente of my cousin's car
and the kind of uiuchlun it is. Theu
you'd better come hue- an taiic n leek
at all the cars parked within three or
four blocks of here. He may have driven
it down when he came te work this
merula'. Loek nt tun spcouemctcr nu'
bce what the mileage record is of the last
trip taken. Cele, you go te this ad
dress. That's where my cousin lives.
Fiud out at whnt gnrage he keeps his
cnr. If they den t Knew, go te an tne
garages within several Wecks et tue
place. Sce if It's a closed car. (Jet
the make an the number nu' the Inst
trip mileage. Meet me here ut 12 o'clock,
say. Beth of you."
"Suits me," said Cele. "But wise
me up. What's the Idea of the mile-
"Just thlt. James wns euta town
last night probably, We couldn't find
him anywhere. My notion Is that lie
token Esther tomewhero Inte the moun
tains. If wc can get the mileage of the
last trip, all we huve te de in te divide
it by two te knew hew far uwny Es
ther is, Then we'll draw u circle around
Denver at that distance un' "
Cele sluppcd his thigh with his hut.
"Bully! You're sure the white-haired
lad in this deteckative game."
"Moybe hn didn't set tim speedometer
for the trip," suggested Hese.
"Possible, Then ugiim mero likely
he did. James is n methodical chap.
Anether thing, while you're nt the nrl nrl
vate hotel where hu lives, Cele. Find
out If you can where Jnnifs gees when
hn (Wit's or drives into the mountains.
Perhaps he's get a txttage of his own
or some favorite spot."
"I'm en my wnj, eiu-timer. ' Lole
announced with enthusiasm
neon am! aventnr and 'had breutbt It
back just before midnight. The trip
record en the, speedometer registered
umeiy-iwe mncn. . .
. Frem his pocket Kirby drew an au
tomobile map and n-pencll., He'netchcd
en the' p'encira mark te represent for-
tv.filr miles from the nftint. bated en
the scale of miles shewn.at the. feet of
the map. With the pencil as a radius
he drew a semi-circle lrent Denver as
the center. The curved line passcu
through .Leveland, Leng's reaic, anu
across the Snow Range te Tabernaih.
It included Georgetown Gray's Peak,
Mount Evans, and Cassells. Frem there
It swept eh te Palmer Lake.-:;
. - "I'm net Includjn' the platne" coun ceun
trv ta tha east." Kirby explained.
"You'll have enough territory te, cover
as it Is, .Cele. By the way, did you
find anything about where James gees
Inte the bills?"
"Well, we'll make'wme mere In-
nulrlea Pertiana I he haat' thlnr for TOU
te de would be te go out te the email
towns oreund Denver an'- find out If
any of the garage people noticed a car
nt that .lonerlntlnn naftsln' through.
That would help a let. It would give
us a line en whether he went up Bear
Canyon, Platte Canyon, into worm
Colerado, or south toward the Palmer
"You've allowed forty-six miles by en
nli. Una." Itesn nelntcd out. "He
couldn't have gene as far as Leng's
Peak or lsvans newucre neariy as rar.
because the reads are se winding when
you get in the hills. He could hardly
have reached Estes Park." . .
"Right. You'll have te check up
the read distances from Denver, Cele.
Your job's like loekin' for a needle In
n linvctiiek. I'll nut n detective agency
en James. He might trke a notion te
run out te the enche any fine evenln'.
He likely will, te make sure Esther Is
contented." . .. ...
"Or he'll send Jack," Roae added.
"Wefll try te keep an eye en him,
"This Is my Jeb, is It?" Cele asked,
"Yeu an' Rose can work together en
It. My job's here in town en the mur
"If we work both of them out
finding Esther nnd proving who' killed
your uncle I think we'll learn thnt
It's all the same mystery, anyhow,"
Rese said, drawing en her gloves.
Cele nodded sagely. "Yeu've said
"Say when, net if, we work 'cm
out. We'll be cuttln' het trail poce
tempo," Kirby prophesied, smiling up
The Detective Gets Twe Surprises
Kirby stored down nt the document
in front of him. He could scarcely be
lieve the evidence flashed by his eyes
te his brain. It was the document
he had asked the County Recorder at
ueiuen te send him and it certified
that, en July 21, James Cunningham
and Phyllis Harriman had been united
in marriage at Gelden by the Rev.
This knocked the preps from under
the whole theory he hud built up te
account for the disappearance of Esther
McLean. If Esther were net the widow
of his uncle, then the motive of James
in helping her te vanish was net ap
parent. "Perhaps be told the truth and
knew nothing about the affair whatever.
But Kirby was puzzled. Why had
his uncle, who was openly engaged te
Phyllis Harriman, married her surrep
titiously and kept that mnrringe a se
cret? It wns net iu character, and he
could see no reason for It. Fester had
sent him te Gelden en the tncit hint
that thcre wus some clue In the license
register te the mystery of James Cun
ningham's death. What bearing had
tlik marriage en it, If any?
It exnlained. of mill-no. tha rUlr nf
Miss Harriman te his uncle's upurt
ments en the night he wns murdered.
She had an entire right te go there at
any time, and If they were keeping their
relation a secret would naturally go
at night when -she could slip In unob
served. But Klrby's mind wnndcrcd up -and
down blind alleys. The discovery of this
secret seemed euly te make the tangle
He hud a hunch thnt there was a
clue at Gelden he had somehow missed,
and that feeling took him back there
Witllill three hours nf tlir. rernlnr nf llin
The clerk in the Recorder's office
could tell him nothing new except that
lip had called up Mrs. Rnnkln by tele
phone and she had brought up the de
layed certificate at once. Kirby lest no
t me among the records. He walked te
the Rankin house and introduced him
self te an old lady bunnlng herself en
the perch. She was n plump, brisk lit
tie person with snapping eyes and
juiiiiKur man nor years.
"I'm sorry I wasn't at home when
you called. Can I help you new?"
"I don't knew. James Cunningham
wus my uncle. We thought he had
married a girl who is a sister of the
friend with me thn dav T phIIpiI. T5nt
It beems we were mistaken. He mar
ried Phyllis Harriman, the young wom
an te whom he was engaged."
Mrs. Runkin Hmllivl. tlm nlnnl,!
motherly smile of experience. "I've
noticed thnt men Hemetimcs de mniry
w mh iu nnuui iney ure engaged.
"Yes, but" Kirby broke oft nnd
tried another .tack. "Hew old was the
lady? And was she dark or fair?"
"Miss Harriman? I should think she
mny be twenty-five. She Is dark. slcn.
tier, and beautifully dressed. Rather nn
en expensive sort of young lady, per
hnps," "Did she act ns though she were
much well, in leve with Mr. Cuii
The bright eyes twinkled. "She's net
a young woman who wears her heart
en her sleeve, I judge. I can't answer
that Question. My opinion is that lie
"Gunslght Put," tte.
t. ttl$, by WWlam UmtU
was very ouch In ler with her. Why
de you ask?"
"Yeu have read about his death
since, of course," he said.
"Is he dend? Ne, I didn't knew If."
The blrdllkc eyes opened wider, "That's
strange tee." ' f
"It's en account 'of the myster of
his death that I'm troubling you, Kirs.
Rankin, We want It cleared Up, of
"'Bub two James Cunninghams
haven't died mysteriously, have they?"
She asked. "The nephew Isn't killed,
tee, ii he?"
"Oh, no. Just my uncle."
"Then we're mixed up somewhere.
Hew old was your uncle?'1 . .,
"He waa past nfty-slx just past.1' .
' ''That's net the man my husband
,'7et the man I Oh. iWt von wli.
taken, Mrs, Rankin? My unci was
treng ant rugged. He dlu nut took nu
- The old lady get up swiftly. "Please
excuse ma a minute." 8be moved with,
extraordinary agility Inte the house. It
wae scarcely a minute before she was
with blm again, a newspaper rn her
hand. In connection with the Cunning
ham murder mystery several pictures
were shown. Among them were photo
graphs of his uncle and two cousins.
'.'This Is the man whose marriage te
Miss Harriman I witnessed," she said.
Her finger was pointing tethe like
ness of bis cousin, James Cunningham.
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