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J Cf TUktts Frem Any Hardware I Dealtr or at Entrance te Shew KiTVTSOO "'s , FOR SALE Going Business 4 Owing te the death of Mr. ', Abraham Uoscneur senior member of the firm of D. Itoseneur & Keng, Frederick, Mil., wa hereby olTer for sale the entire tecl; In tr-ide fix tures find geed wld of a.iid Arm, tlueugli 6.nled bids The merchandise tenrists of Clothing, Shoee for Mn and Women, Gents' KurnlKhlngn, Hats, Trunks, etc Tim busi ness la conducted in t.e mod ern three-story Uriel: teilldlns", ene with electric elevator Thov are located at Sen. 31 i N. Market and I 11 Patrick Sts., in the very heart of the Duelnesa section of Trcderick. This firm Is an old cstab ' llslied one of 0B years' stand- 5 Ing, Its annual tales amount ing te ever $400,000. A lene for 10 jears for th buildings will be glen te the purchaser. ,v The stores will cIoe fc'atur tday night, Pebruary IS, )9i3 , 'at 11 o'clock, and remain closed until after bids ara j'i opened en March 1st During I thla period an Inspection of i 1 the stock will lie permitted ' Sealed bids must be sent, ad dressed "Sealed bid, B. Rose Rese Rose neur & Sens," care Cltlzuns j , National Bank, Frederick, Md. They will be opened 1" o'clock ,neon, Wednesday, March 1, 1 1923. Certined check for SS000, payable te order of II. t .Koaeneur & 8ens must accom accem ipaay each bid. The right te " reject any and all bids Is here irk,bteerved. 'j 'Further Information can be j 'obtained by calling en or ; oemmunlcatlng with the tin S 'derslgncd or Tee Weinberg, ffiratterney for the estate, Prcd- ,&arlck. Md. SBNJAMIX ROSKNOUK, MBBftP1, BOSBNOUR, i,., aicnnsi arvuer f 4 .ri & lasnxiiim ' S , The finest butter ' $ i in America! I t a i IN - J7 J9J9 1 , s at L-, ' A7C. 8 V .' . im A III Sold only in our Stores j u .... i. B igbsspssw a 1 . ' 1 iifl J 1 "i it ' t i Annual il il , ','', -X Convention nd ? ;. :I i Exhibition eri '-;:: vtl Pennsylvania 6 ' ;i; Attt& Atlantic 5eabeard ft A- : 1 SjHaX Hardware ", ;i: 1 v .TtjH Association ft - -! Wt my "l4IA . ene 22 "'I.IXT.TS-lfc ferriraereial I g '!' I l.JJUAlWi Museum TANGLED TIII8 BEOINS TUB STORY . Jm Cvnnlnthem In rich ami ruOi; le. 116 turn down th pl f,i Blrl Hhe hs cllm en hint nd kicks out a mn who tiyi Curinlnhm ewe him ft rturn en k bv'lnes den ShA It tn Utr of Wlfe lletf. k rldler arlrl. who tell her uliter treub'cn 10 Klrby tne. n uitaidln and chivalrous cowboy, Klrby takei up tlie matter with Jack and Jarrei, Ma two ceuilnt, fTOrd Jretfe of Jamna Cunnlnabam. who demand te knew th nam of th alrl. When n pi te itl uncla'a apartment he. nndt the man ehloreformcd, bound and dead. 7"h murder had been committed by a eft-handed person. On ft table ti a f:10v, one tin hvl eeen en wild ,Re. leth Lane and "Wild Hese ura at the In qutet. mIke a woman whom photograph, Bldied "I'hylll.'' wai In th dead man'a room, Lane Is arretted for the mur der, but released en ball, ttese reveal he also had been In Cunningham's apartment th night of the murder. Hull, the min thrown out of -Cunningham's apartment. Jack and rhyllts, a eeclety Klrl. te whom Cunningham had been encaged, are also knwn te havs been In the room the nlsht of the mur der Lane and his cowboy chum. Han born, discover that Olsen, a rancher, hsd been In a room near tha apart ment. The Jap valet Is discovered dead, Klher. nee's sister, disappears. Lsne thlnln the elder Cunningham had mar ried her. and that the two cousins had nhdurtet her In order te have her sign away her rights as an heir. H; dis covers, tee, that the younger James Cunnlnshsm had marrled I'hjllls, se cretly. As the dead man was about te disinherit Jnmes. suspicion begins te iielnt si him and I'hjllls. An anonvmeus tatter t.rlnKs Klrby te an out-of-the-way office building, where a mysterious at tempt It mode te kill him. .Sanborn rinds and marries Rese' sister after dlsceierlng that the younger James was te. Rullty person, net hla murdered uncle. AMI HKRK IT CONTINUES CHATTER XXXHI Olsen Tells n Story WIIKN Ilese licard from Kstlicr next (lr klie nnd Klrb.v took the Inter- iirlmn for Gelden. ltlier had vrltten tnnt t,ne wanivu te m;l- mi n"" u...-" Cole was celne te tnlse her baeK te Wyoming at once The frlsters wept in each ethers arms mvi thou nnsscil teeethcr into Esther s bedroom for hii intlmate talk. The , veuncer "Isfer was Mill happy only In j moments of fergetfulncss. tueusit sne i had been rccued from death In life. Cele had found her comfortably pituatetl at n fnrnihmise n tnlle or tWn back from the canyon, hc. naa gene tneif- ui. uvr t". ....' - ", . ,, i 1.1 f UA.. nnml af 1 1, l IllStlcntinn lllie Ur,e VI 11VI nrrui - i."v ..- - I of .Tames Cnnnlnghnra, who could net ts aneni te nave im- ks"u' y; St ions with her become public nt the 1 same time ns the announcement of his S' marriage te Phyllis Harriman. The girl leted Cele ani truteu mm. nr Htn.i went out te him in warm slew of gratitude. But the shadow of her fault was a barrier in bcr mlnd.betwcen them, nn.t wntilri be lenit after bis kindness had melted the lec in her besom. "We've get it all fixed up te tell hew we was married when 1 come clown te Dciucr last April only we kep it i liet because she wanted te held her job n ...i.ti " r"nl eTnlnlned te Ills iriujm. "Onct I get her back there in Ged 8 I liills she'll sure enough forget all about this trouble. The way I leek at It ishc was jus' like a 111 kid that take a misstep in the tarn an mu-. i uik. itself. Yeu knew hew a wounded deer can leek at a fellow se sorrowful an hurt. Well, tha's hew her brown eyes looked nt me when I come round the corner e' the heue up Platte Canyon an' seen her slttln' there Marin nt hell." Kirbv shook hands with him in a sud den stress of emotion, ""teu 11 le te take along, old alkali, you sure enough will " "Oh shucks'." retorted Cele, between disgust and embarrassment. "I claimed te be a white man didn I Yeu can't give a fellow credit for deln the thin? he'd rather de than anything else. But prod a peg In this. I in l' i- fcf ii'l' srlrl rdumb happy. She thinks she won't be. that she's lest he rhtbt te be., She's 'wav off. lean sir HIM wr rim -i' -- - - teal honeM-te-Ood l.uigh eutn her this me'nm . Kirbv knew theratience the Mead.- ness ana tnc uiuuum-j " , : " j " Ksther had fallen into ii.e.i-i :""" She would find again the Je etl fe. H 1...1 r,r, rinnht nt tnnt. iisjcw lauehter were of her heritage. He al.l a, much te Rese en the way home. Shp agreed. Fer the fir-t time "iiwe she left Cheyenne the girl was her old self. Esther's problem bad been elved far mere happily than she had lared te hope 1..4 f,iAAi-n r,,'..MV; V'1 snv he brought it en i,l,celf. theuch. He was feelin' guilty en his brother's acreunt. an 1 didn t crt his cmbarransment right. James is n pretty cool customer. .Irem first te last he never turned ahair when the subieet was rnentiened. "What about him?" Rese asked. The cattleman pretended alarm. 'Vew. don't you." he remonstrated. "Pen't ou expect ra te manhandle t. ... i T'm like Napeleon. An- ether victerv like the battle of Jnst night v.euld sure put me in the hospital. I'm a peaceable citizen, a poe,, ..,,..-.-hev fnr awev from home. here T I t,n ... - j,.,.t .. ,..,. r,.t;. I about OU. I niuii l nyy .". vx...... .Tack had It in him te spoil your Deauty "Neither did I," he said, answering her mile. "I sure picked en the wrong man", no's one handy lad with his dibs nut me down twice before we decidPtl te i-all it off. I like that young fel low " L ,. 'Better net like mm tee mucn. ieu v i,aie in weik aealnst him jet." may "True enough," he admitted, falling grave again. te -inim-i, wr ii i m- clnie herd en him for a while, but we'll ride wide. Leeks te me lll.e ne may 85vc..Ia" ..JUry a" "BM lT ' ,, ...--. . Wie rigui. nuun. "De ieu think he killed jour uncle?" "I don't want te think se. He's a d egg, I'm afraid. Put my father's! iter was his mother. I'd hate te have bad ctctnr te believe it." "But in your heart you de believe it," she said gentlv. He looked at her. "I'm afraid se. Put that's a long way from knowing It." Thev nartcd at her bearding heu'-e. A man rose te meet Klrby when he 'tepped into the rotunda of ids hotel, lie was a gaunt, bread-shouldered man v.itli ragged eyehrews. "Well, I came," he said, and his voice was harsh "Glad te see jeu. Mr. Olsen Come, up te m room. u tan talk there 'luuir if'.ij The Scandinavian rancher followed bim te the elevator and from theie te bis room. "Why don't they arrest Hull?" he demanded as seen as the deer was closed. "Net evidence enough." Suppose I can clve cWdcnce. Sav I tiract cnll.v saw Hull de It Would they arrest him or me?" "They'd arrest him." Kirbv an- swered. "Tliej don't knew jeu're the man who wrote the threatening let- trr." "Hmp!" m tinted the lancher supi- cieusly. "That's what jeu saj, but jeu're net the whole works." Kirby offered u chair and a cigar, He eat down en the bed himself. "Bet ter spill your story te me, Olsen. Twe heads ;art better 4han one," 1m said eanjiwpir.j "I'm soil' te hae a say time npel- wuere i was siitm en the rail, lie n.l,in- te lack." "aid Kirby. his ryes threw en the liifhts an' I saw hit., ' t0 ..'u-s net se blamed funny' rlaln. It was Cunninghuin. the old nt hat" but I can't help liushin' every creek, who had beat n.e euta fifteen 1i.,t think of hew he must 'a' been i hundred dollars." time T thnife e "?' 'unt ". fnr mv Kirby smoked stead.ly. evenlv. Xt nn. front i' as fiuiet as a peace con- w tapped from silver pap'-r after taklu' ferpnee This wildeet-Denver stult i'- i-njui n wi ui. saturated with the odor of .!;. nerre." lil. 1's'itri the cl?ar after enmlng Xer was it in character ci, "..mileil into his battered face. I'lle the -niaii rejm. Klrby said, in should iW; firing a gun. V "iliinule nestled in her N-ift, warm thcjoU'e or a question. i which might bring ( "T see it ueeii. it s a pity . .,.. -". .- . i u uuiii wnite ins iuiuu lay n TRAILS LLBLlM1' BaV "We've come (or n wttlrsnent," she al. "An wo're geln' te have it right new" The Swede's sullen ores bored Inte him. Before that frank and engaging smile bis doubts lest force. "I get te Un) - e rmnCP Might an well bu Witt) jeti ns twv one." rrjlc WiemliiB man etruck a match, held it for the use of his ptict, then lit his own I'litar. Ter a few moments they tmeked In ullence. Klrby leaned back eimily apainst the head of the bed. IIe did net intend te frighten the rancher by buirjing him. "When Cunnlughnm worked that oi-eokod Irrigation scheme of his en t-,-,. -n, t ....!... t ...j .,., ,.f JJ i nitv, i i ivtuii A ;? vn' "t t10n ,mt i10ierc,i tle i0U(iest. Preb'ly I talked foolish about what all I was genna de about it. I wan't blewln' off het air, cither. If I'd get a geed chance at him. or at Hull cither, I would burcly have culled for n show down an' gunned him if I could. But th.it wasn't what I come te Denver for. I had te arrange about gettin my meitgage renewed." He stepped and took n nervous puff or two at the cigar. Klrby nodded lu a friendly fashion without speaking. He Old net want by anything he might "-ay te (liv(,rt 10 nmn.b minj from tIl0 lrac lt was fotiewlllg. 'I took the room nt the Wyndluun hecnllSP tlie nlnen hn,l 1w.nn mmVnnrlnil te uic by a neighbor of mine who knew . .-" "y-u .vu... ....,. the landlady. When I went there I didn't knew that either Cunningham or Hull lived nest deer. That's a Oed's truth. I didn't. Well, I saw Hull go in there the very day I get te town, but the firt I knew yore uncle lived there was ten or majbc fifteen minutes before lie was killed. I wouldn't say but what lt was twenty minutes, come te that. I wasn't payin' no attention te time." Olsen's eyes challenged thec of his het. His suspicion wim still smolder ing. An unlmppj remark It. n leek of dried up the he found In enanist, might still bue stream of his story. But he found In that steady regard nothing n.ere damna tory than a keeu, boyish interest. "Mabe you recollect hew het thee days were. Well, In my cheap, stuffy room, epenin' en an nlrshaft, it was hotter 'n hell with the lid en. When I couldn't stand it any longer. I went out into the corridor nn' down it te the fire-escape, outMde the window. It wax a let cooler tiieic. I lit a stogie nn rnt en the railln' sinekin. majhe for n quarter of an hour. ISy-au'-liy some one come into the apartment ngnt acrest the alley fiem me. "I could see the lizhtscome en, It was a m.in. I saw him step into what nin-t be the bedroom. He moved nreund there eme. I couldn't tell what he w.is dein' because he didn't switch en the light, but lie must 'a' been changin' te his easy coat an' his slippers. 1 knew that because be came Inte the rmiiii just opposite tne lire-iscape it dicker of the pjellds showed tlv cilement rnclnj; through ids bleed. At la-t lie was cumin;; clus" te tiie heart of the mysteiy tliat "urreiindcd the deaths of his uncle and his valet. "I reckon I saw red fnr a minute," Ol'-en continued, "If I'd been carrjin' a gun I might V UM-d It right there'an' then. But I hadn't one, lucky for me. He sat down in u big easjehair an took u paper from his pocket It looked like some kind of a legal document. He read it through, then etuca it in one e' the cubby -h lies of his desk I forget te say he wus mekln'. an' net a ste;ie like i was. out a inr clirar he il tin a box en a stand near the chalt. Well when he get threush with the paper lie leaned b-.ck an' kimla shut his ejes like he w-as thinkin' semethln' e,er. All of a sudden I saw him straighten up an' get rigid. Before he could rise from the thalr n woman enmc into the room an' after her n man. "The man was CV.ks Hull." CIIAPTKR, XXXIV Prem the Flrc-Kbrnpe ' '1 ln woman what wna she like? ' ,111"' 4,n l(U il lUlU ,111 I ill- , . , .,,..,,, . , . ., l... one, f1l ..., 1.i . ri. riinTpM. , iiifin r Knew tier sir rne lime. but it must 'a' Ineu Hull's wife." ' "Veu said jeu didn't knew what time this was." Klrby satu. Ne. My old watch had unit dein' business an' I hated te spend the money ite K,,t it fixed. The main spring wus busted, a jeweler told me." i "Who speke firrt after thev enmc i into the room?" I "Yere uncle. He laid the cigar down en the stand an' nsked them what they wanted. He didn't tise from the chair, but his voice rasped w,cn he cpeke It) was the woman answered. She took the lead all through. 'We've come for n settlement.' he said. 'An' we're geiu' te have it right new.' lie stiffened up at that. He come back at her with,. ou can't get no shot-gun settlement euta me.' erdb just poured trem that woman mouth, nhe roasted nlm te a turn, told hew he wns crooked ns a deg's hind leg an' every deal he touched was dirty, Said he couldn't even be sfjuarn te his own pardners, that he couldn't get a man, woman or child in Colerado te say he'd ever done a geed act. Beilee me, she laid him out proper, an' tvery weid of it was true, far as I ki new "Well, sir. thai old icprehate uncle of joins neer battel hi ije He slid down in his hair a little ki'h he could be remfnrtiihV while ne lldened. He giiiineil up m her like she was,Min kind of specimen had in ul,e Imi-e fiem n circus an' lie wns tntete.sted In the way ,it acted. That didn't calm her down .none, She rip-r'ared right along, with a steady flew of weicfs, mostly ndjec tlves. Finally she quit, an' she was nJnmh white with nncer. 'Ouite through?' yore uncle asked 'with that By WILLIAM MacLEOD BAINB Auther of "A Mm Four-Squire," "Guruight fill," etc. m . CepvHffftf. , 6 William Maettt Raw ice-cold voice of his. She W what he intended te de about aBCttle merit. 'Net a thin,' He told her. I did aim te give Hull two thousand te set rid of him. But I've changed my mind, ma'am, xeu caa go wuwmv It " "Twe thousand I uw ne ." thousand?" . . Klrby leaned forward eagerly. "That'g what he said. Twe sand." answered Olsen. t TI,.n haf urnlalni wnT he drfW 80 much from the bank that day. I had It Uiuree e .. woman haan t come ni. " " -y v acid tongue of hers he'd Intended te buy Hull off, cheap. But she get hla gorge up. He wouldn't stand for her line Of ?!?" . . .... i..ai !, M.tn. "What WOK pincc uku! man questioned. ,... u.t, "Still without rising from the chair, Cunningham ordered them te "" Hull was standln' klnda close te him. He had his back te me. Cunningham reached out an' opened, a p"1.! stand beside hlre. The fat man took a sfcn forward. I. could see his gun flash in the light. He swung it down en "ere uncle's head an' the old man "fuTas Hull killed him. after all," Klrby said, drawing a long brentb Then, te hla surprise when he thought about It later, a glitter of malicious cunning lit the eyes of the rancher. "That's what I'm tellln' you. It was Hull. I steed therc an' saw just what I've been givin you." "Was my uncle senseless then? "Yeu bet he was. His head sagged jlear ever against the back of the chair." "What did they de then?" "That's where I drop out. Mrs. Hull Mopped straight te the window. I crouched down back of the railln'. It was dark an' she didn't see me. She pulled the blind down. I waited there awhile an' afterwnrd there was the etind of a shot. That would be when they sent the bullet through the old man's brain." "What did you de?" "I didn't knew what te de. I'd talked a let of wild talk about hew Cunning ham ought te be shot or strung up te a pole. If I went te the police with m.v story, like enough they'd light en me ns the killer. I milled the whole thing ever. After n while I went Inte a pub lie booth downtown nn' 'phoned te the police. Yeu recollect maybe the paper spoke about the man who called up headquarters with the news of Cun ningham's death." "Yes. I recollect that all right." Kirbv did net smile. He did net ex plain thnt he was the man. But he resolved te find out whether two men had notified tilO IIOllcO tlf his Uncle's . rt'.. . . ,7 uuaiu. ii net, uisen wab ijing in at least one detail. He had n suspicion that the man had net given him the whole truth. He was telling pnrt of It, but he was holding back semethins. A sly anil turtlve leek In ins eyes helped te build this impression in the mind of the man who listened te the story. "Yeu didn't nctually see Hull fire the shot that killed my uncle, then?" , Olsen hesitated a fraction of n sec-! eud. "Ne." "Yeu don't knew that it was he that' fired it." Of 't n8ht a been the woman. But il "'" l Mcly he hnnded her the 8,m ,0 de ll witll is If Fer that matter I don't knew that the crack evei the head didn't kill Cunningham. Maybe it did." "That's all you saw?" Again the almost Imperceptible hesi tation. Then, "That's nil," the Dry Valley rancher said sullenly. "What kind of a gun was it?" Kir- ey nskea. "Toe far away. Couldn't be "Hig ns a .Je?" sure. Ceuldn t 'it' been. The cidence was thut it was done with an au tomatic." "The evidence was that the weund1 in the head wus probably made by a uunei irem nn automatic, we're talk In' new about the blew en the head." "What arc you drivin' at?" the ran cher nsked, scowling. "He wouldn't bring two different kinds of gun with him. That's n cinch." "Ne; but we haven't proved yet he fired the shot you heard later. The chances arc till that he did, but legally we hae no cldcnce that somebody else didn't de it." ,"1 guess n jury would be satisfied he fired it all right." "Probably. It leeks bad for Hull. Don't yuu think ieu euuhl te co te the police with ourslerj? Then we can1 hinu Hull arrested. They'll give him' uie tuiru degree, ;uy opinion is be II break down under it nnd confess." Olben consented with obvious reluct ance, but he mude a condition pre cedent te bis acceptance. "Le' 's sec Hull first, just you V me. I ain't strong for the police. We'll go te them when we've get an open an' shut case." Kirby considered. This story didn't wholly fit the facts as he knew them. Fer instance, there was no explanation in it et new uie room where Cunning-1 ham was found murdered had beceinci chloroform. ' that Hull the sound of letectlen en him, elmcs before him. Anether blew or two en the skull would bine ser,ed his purpose noise-, lesslj. The cattleman knew from ids' observation of this case that the nil-1 therltles had a way af muddling things.' Perhaps it would be better te wait un til the dlfncultlcb had been smoothed, out befoie going te them. I "That suits me." he said. "We'll' taekle Hull when his wife isn't with him He gees downtown every day about ten o'clock. We'll pick bim up in a liiM. vun nun qui into me country seniewiHTc. hi, put mm ever tne jumps. The sooner the tiuickcr. Hew about te. ,p , ' , , .The sootier the rniieker. ... nuirrnvv mernlnffV" "Suits me, tee, iiut will be go with U8?" "He'll go with us," quietly. 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Complete 726 Arch St. & 4-ft Fleischmatiti's fresh yeast helps digestion and cleans a coated tongue THOUSANDS, of men and women hare found rebef from various digestive disturbances by eating Fleischmann's Yeast It is human nature te want te find out "why." Se far as science can tell us this is the reasen: Fleischmann's Yeast is a feed abundant in certain ele ments which are necessary te health and life itself. It promotes the flew of bile and of pancreatic juice. It has a remarkably beneficial effect en the whole digestive sys tem. It cleans a coated tongue. Try Fleischmann's fresh yeast in orange juke or, if you prefer, in milk. Men like it in mill: shakes and malted milks. Women like it spread en bread or crackers. Keep your digestion in the pink of condition and your tongue clean and healthy by eating 2 or 3 cakes of Fleisch. mann's Yeast fresh every day before or between meals. Get Fleischmann's Yeast fresh daily from your grocer. HARDWOOD swing with te keep my entire force work ing every day and receiving a full pay envelope every week. (They are all English speaking workmen). Se I have decided te make LIBERAL PRICE CONCESSIONS for a short time. I invite you te ask for estimates, but with the distinct under standing that such estimates are conditioned upon prompt acceptance. My organization has made and laid mere hardwood floors than any ether con cen cern1 in Philadelphia. Most of my new patrons are sent te me by old customers. I but rarely have need of advertising te get business. Yeu have net seen an adver tisement of mine for a long time. The reason for the appearance of this announce ment has already been stated. I assure you that the opportunity for money saving en your part is most unusual. A phone call will bring me te you, with out any obligation whatever, te confer about the laying of hardwood floors Jn any build ing, whether already built or under construction. MM "FOLLOW THE CROWDS' -w..v lt t '. . 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