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I lO THE WASHINGTON VVA8 GTOX TDfES THTESDAT TIITR DY JTNE E 3 1909
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BY COLROOSEVELT COLROOSEVELTColumn GOL ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTColumn
Column of Commendation CommendationGiven CommendationGiven CommendationGiven
Given Warrington Daw Dawson Davson Dawson
< son Correspondent CorrespondentNOVELS CorrespondntNOVELSHAVE nt ntNOVELS
NOVELS NOVELSHAVE HAVE HA VE RUN RUNON RUNON RUNON
ON THE CONTINENT CONTINENTFact
Fact Commented qn In fl Edil Ediltorial Edt Editorial EdttonaL
torial Article intrfe intrfeOutlook in the theOutlook thcOutlOok
Outlook OutlookNEW Outlook1EW OutlOokIEw
NEW YORK June 3 3Wlth With charac characteristic charactenatic eltaractexistic ¬
teristic enthcstasm en Col Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt Theodoreaooseve1t Theodoreooseve1t
Roosevelt in Ithe be current number of the theOutlook theoutlook theOutlook
Outlook devotee d votea an editorial column of ofpraise oCpraJse ofraJse
praise raJse to the literary j prow88 row rowes w 04 Q Var Warrlrgton Varrlcgton Varrlrgton
rlrgton Daweon Daw on the staff correspond correspondent corre J50nd J50ndent ¬
ent of the United Press Pre whose splendid splendidstories splendidKtorles SPleOdidstories
stories of the doings of the Roosevelt Rooseveltparty ROOMveltparty Rooeveltparty
party in Africa haveattracted have attracted interna international Internatlona International ¬
tional notice He e says saysIt ayzIt ya yaIt
It seems eem rather rath r queer to go abroad abroadand abroadand abroadand
and discover an American author Two Twobooks Twobooks Twobooks
books have appeared p ared in England during duringthe durintthe durtagthe
the last year or two named The TheScar Tlecar he heScar
Scar car and The Scourge They The bate haireueen bateoeen haVeueen
ueen a success 9Ucce s not only in England but buton buton buton
on the Continent Yet they the are ar by an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American Warrington Dawson of ofSouth ofSouth ofSouth
South Carolina and they deal with 10 localities 10c3UUes 10cillt1es ¬
calities type and questions qu < stions exclusively exclusivelyand eJcluslvelyaud e c1uatvyand
and typically American It Is not very verycreditable veryrEdttabJ yycreditable
creditable to vs v that this th American Americanwriting AmericanwrIting AmerlcanwrIting
writing with 1th unusual uUJ ual power of Ameri American American Muoncan ¬
can scenes and problems probl ms should have havean 110an havean
an exclusively European E IfrOpean audience aadicnceLaid attdlcneeLaid audienceLaid
Laid Laid In South SouthSir SoutJ1Jlr SoutjiMr
Sir Dawsons Daw cn glories o ea we arel ar6 laid lclln In InVir InVirgirtia Vir Virginia Vlrslnia ¬
ginia In each volume voh ue a Northerner rth rner Is Isthrown Isti1fown Isthrown
thrown into Intimate ltttinate nOntact with the tbernember thexnembern j jmembers
members of ofa proud cast iof of provincial provincialaristocrats provincialarIstocrats provlncIaaristocrats
aristocrats who havebeenslowly have bben slowly slnkr slnkrIng alRk alRkIng ainklug
Ing under the burden ofgrillding ofnind1ng of grinding paver1 paver1ty pover poverIt
ty t It is in WB a study of these the e native nativewhites n nativevhiteeboth tlve tlvewhite
whites vhiteeboth both men and women both bothhose boththose boththose
those who are strupxling upwards and andthose andthose andthose
those whom an Iron lrortatP faws is i stowly forc forcing forcIng foreleg ¬
ing downwards downwardttand and In his studied studl of a adarkskinned adtJTksklnned adrksk1nnod
darkskinned alien all n race so o intimately intimatelyconnected Intimtltelynnected intimatelycnnectod
connected nnected with themv them that Mr D Dawson Dwsonexcels Dawsonexcels wson wsonexcels
excels excelsBut excelsBut excelsBut
But almost equally equaityd Jstfed i = iod Is the tlIastUdy tlIastUdyof study studyof stdyof
of the Northerner who dweUa South Southwho Soltbwho Southwho
who has made a aJ8IIIJMJ JM i Jwslness lneea success successwho sucoPswho sicoesswho
who is in bJsroiWH W If 11iqn m < n devoted to tothe totile tothe
the interests lnt re8ts of the people pe p with whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he has spent his hi life t bt t whom they at atheart atheart t theart
heart never cease e se to regard as an in interloper Interloper interlopor ¬
terloper terloperI
I haven Intention of writing a criti criticism critleIm1 cniticlTn ¬
cism of Mr Dawsons books oat it is isworth laworth IsWorth
worth while calling attention to the th fact factthat factthe factthat
that the t this author who writes with power powerand POW8land powerand
and interest intere t of vital homo matters has hashis hash15 ha hahis
his critics and his audience abroad but buthas lmthas bitthas
has neither critics crl nor audience at athome atbom atboin
home He should have both bothTHEODORE botiLTHBODORE bothTHEODORE
THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSBVBLTMombasfca ROOSEVELTlrom ROO31WELTMombaoa
Mombasfca lrom British East Africa April
22 2 1909 19O
Friendship Begins BeginsAlthough Be BeginsAlthough ns nsA1tbough
Although Colonel Roosevelt Roo velt had never nevermet nevermet nevermet
met Dawson until the th beginning b nntng of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present trip the personatttjr and Ddpa1ns Ddpa1nstaking painstaking pains painstaking ¬
taking accuracy ofthe or the youwgTiewopanftr youwgTiewopanftrman OWJgn OWJgnmun
man in the statement of faAte f fate is Tegard TegardIn roardtn = r sard sard1n
In the Hunt attracted t ted his attentl attention attentionAs n nAs
As a bond of friendship between the thetwo tbetwo thetwo
two sprang up Colonel Roosevelt grad gradually gradual1y graduafly ¬
ually lowered the censorship Be had hadthrown hadthrown hadthrown
thrown around the th news of his trip un until unt1 Unti ¬
til t1 when he h started North today todayttw Len Ki Kijb XIjab KIjab
jab Dawson DaW OJ1 accompai a < < amp l led the party J rtY at atthe atthe atthe
the Invitation of Colonel Roosevelt RooseveltWarrington Rooeev RooeveltWarrlngton lt ltVarrlngton
Warrington Dawson has ta fora fer number numberof
of years ears been the Paris manager of the theUnited theenlted theUnited
United Press PressWILL PreaWILL PteaeWILL
WILL USE CARAVAN CARAVANTO
TO COMPLETE COM LETE TRIP TRIPBy
By WARRINGTON DAWSON DAWSONNAIROBI DAWSONNAIROBI DAWSONNAIROBI
NAIROBI Br1ti British h But Ea t Africa June JuneS JUDe3Co1 JuneaVol
S 3Co1 Col Theodore RoaMvett It and ft4 6 hi hiparty h hparty his hisparty
party left l tt Nairobi at 130 this afternoon afternoonby
by a special train for Kljabe about aboutforty a aboutfnrty ut utforty
forty mITes to the northwest Upoa theInvitation theInvitation the theinvitation
invitation of Mr Roosevelt I aecom accomp aecomIirie aecomper1e
p Iirie pied the party partyWe parte partsWe
We e will 111 arrive at Kijabe at 6 oclock oclockand octecknn1
and 8 nit the t th he entire party will camp out for fornight forti
ti night The Safari frI who are to ac accompany acom aconpany ¬
company om n Mr RadAetnttt 1aO eI tirbto hill bunt nmtln nmtlnth4 In Inthe hiI
the I h UJtabSra LGnU wa district aIUiiet a HJ < me C him at atKijebe atlj atKIjebo
Kijebe lj and will Ill undergo a personal in infppetion inpption inpption
pption Tie Ti colonel always away u100b u100ber look iootavcr lookfVer
fVer vcr er every man In his hi entourage even evento eVeftto evento
to tno those e Mrving erin in the most unimpor unimportant unimportant uniniportaut ¬
tant capacity capacityEarly apacltyEarly y yEarly
Early tomorrow morning mornln < < Mr RoMe Rooaeelt RoMeIt Rooolt
elt It will vteit it t tp < American mission at atKijarx atKijahf atcijat
Kijarx cijat > and iatI at < r in n the day the start startfor etartfor startfor
for Sotlk wil lw h made Inarl Tne TD T objective objectivepoint objectIvepQint objectivepoint
point will be almost due 11e weu we and will willbe willbe ill illbe
be rfacfied V ty < < < i < tviti < < U a 1 < there are no norailway noraltwt norailways
railway raltwt in u u idrt f Hac1 ti of the protector protectorate
at ate Tiifr i > party will probably prob bly pitch tents tentsSunt1u tentsZuYldav
Sundav v
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ACROSS THE CORRIDOR J
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedPhil
Phil Daring1 Derl g and Bob Stevens two twooouslns twooousIas twooousinz
oouslns ar are accused of the murder of oftheir oCtheir oftheir
their rich uncle who the night of the thecrime t thecrIne e eCII
crime CII was about to change his will in infavor Intavor Infavot
favor of Phil Bob ob having proved un unworthy unworthy Unworthy ¬
worthy Bob manage to throw suspicion suspicionon susPicionPhIL
on Phil by declaring that h M poisoned the theeld theaid thoMd
aid m man a with a coyfifasdrop tilled wn wnnitric with wt01altrlc withnitric
nitric add Both are am looked up In prteon prteonand prt pi1eoand oR oRad
and ad Phil receives a sympathetic tele telegram teleI telegram ¬
gram I 8IR from Alice Arlington which whom whomboth whombotk wh4aflboth
both boys are In love Phil is visited by by3r byMr byMr
Mr Rogers Rg th tbe1wyer the lawyer of his dead nOde unctawho uf1ClewIto nOdewho
who promises NOIal es to take up Phils defense 1 1the In InUte inthe
the legal flght for his 111 life At the ftst ftsthwdRK ftrtIi rst rsthastier
hastier Ii g of the case Phil learns that Bob Bobhas Bob1Iaa Bobbaa
has turned States evidence evidenceCHAPTER evldeneeCHAPTER evidenceCHAPTER
CHAPTER IX IXA
A 4 MERCENARY GUARD GUARDACIC GUARDBACKIn GUARDACICIn
ACIC ACICIn in his cell Phil had plenty of oftime ortime oftime
BACKIn time to think thinkIn in fact there was wask wasnothing wasnothing
k nothing else to do doFor doFor doFor
For some time his mind dwelt dwelton
on the swiftness of Justice To think thinkthat thinkt thinkthat
that t at in so short a space s ce he could be bearrested bearrested bearrested
arrested and held lnprison to await awaittrial awaIttrial awaittrial
I IIt
trial trialIt trialIt
It was not at all clear to him how howthe howthe bowthe
the case was 8 to be conducted He had hadplaced badplaced hadplaced
placed himself wholly wholl In the bands of ofhis oChtsla ofh1s
his htsla lawyer ver and was willing to do the theproper theproper theproper
proper thing under the circumstances circumstancesThe
The guard came along and looked In Inat II IIat Irat
at him as though he were ere a a caged ani animal animal anmat ¬
mal on exhibition Phil shivered but butrealized butrealized butrealized
realized that ho must get used to tothat tothatao1t that thatsort thataot
sort aot aotCot of ofthing ofthingWrelJ vthing vthingWell thlngreIJ
Well reIJ I guess U081 you understand mat mattew matteN matteni
teN a little better now grinned the thekeeper thekeeper
keeper keeperYes keeperY keeperYos
Yes Y s I do Phil tried to make It evl evldnt cvidot
dnt from his manner that ho hodld did not notwtoh nothto notwtsbto
wtoh wtsbto hto to continue the conversation but butthe butthe
the nwnWs rn nwas not satisfied sotlsfiedwth with that thatSuppose thatSuppoSO
Supposo youll get about twenty twentyyears twentyyearsIn twentyyears
years yearsIn In the pen I hear as how hOW1Our bowyourlawy your yourlaw
law lawy > 4r r has got It flxed so you wont woatet wontthe wontwet
wet et the chair for It the guard con continued continued ¬
tinued brutally brutallyPhils brutallyPhils brutallyPhils
Phils sensitive sen lt1ve rature a revolted r voU d but buthe butha
he h could not no escape es pa his jailer It was wasnecessary wasnecessary
necessary nec SElry for to hlmto him to5it sit 4t and andlisten listen He Hecould Hecoud
could coud cl do nothing else elseYou elseYou elseYou
You ought to get gettbe the chair for it itcontinued Itcontinued ltoontinued
continued the guard seeming SeemlRg to toreltsh toreltshthe relish relishthe rellohthe
the thought But theres ways waysof of bay having bavC8MS bayIng ¬
ing cases rallrpaded raJlr aded through so so a man mangets mangets
gets oft with less than he deserves in inorder Inorder
order that the State can make a quick quickprosecution QuiCkpro quickprosecuUon
prosecution pro ecuUcn They rhe figure on a man manstayinln manst7lnln manstjIu
stayinln stjIu in jail tfas tj rest st of orh1s ofhisftfer his fife life when whenhe wbenbe whenhe
he gets a twentyJyear sentence They Theydont Tbeydont Theydont
dont often get out after that If they theywerent theywerent theywerent
werent murderers before they was 8S sent sentin sentIn sentifl
in they soon learns the art there therePhil therPhIl therePhil
Phil shuddered He knew that the themans thematis themans
mans words word wer w were re true He had badand s seen seenand en enand
and learned to recognize the convict convictlook convictlook convictlook
look having lived near a States prison prisonIn
In his boyhood boyhoodTAB boyhoodThe boyhoodThe
The guard wax suddenly called away awayand awayand awayand
and Just as Phil wae Wa returning to his hisdismal hisdl Idadismal
dismal dl mal thoughts he looked up to find findthat findthat findthat
that Mr Rogers Rogers had come to see him himThe hImThe himThe
The lawyers face had a long funeral funeralaspect funorala tunoralaspo
aspect a aspo pcot t which hlch fitted In well with the theWall thesurlOtlndlags thesurrotndlnge
surlOtlndlags surlOtlndlagsWell surrotndlngeWeil
Wall ite Ifstoo It < < e too bad Mr lr Daring he hebegan hebegan hebegeu
began abruptly but I had a a talk with withthe withthe withthe
the qfatesv nteS t s attorney and though thougjiI1t thougjiI1tnally I fi finally ftnally ¬
nally got him te agree to a twenty twentyyear twenty7ear twentyyear
year term Instead of the chair chaJrorree chaJrorreedom or free freedom freedom ¬
dom it was as a 1 hard pull and he will willgrant Willgralit
grant me nothing more moreWhat moreWhat moreWhat
What do ydu yoimeen mean cried Phil PhilJust Phil3ust PhilJust
Just what I said s ld answered ethe etheother the theother t e eother
other In a businesslike bu lne eUke tone toneYou toneYou toneYeu
You dont mean that law is s cut cutandried cutan4drJe4amir cutanddried
andried an4drJe4amir affair where It is i fixed up upbeforehand upbetor upbeforehand
betor beforehand haDd just what punishment an anInnocent anInnocent anInnocent
Innocent man must get getNo get1 get1No getNo
No no that Isnt it at all young youngHMtn young1IUtR youngsusit
HMtn protested pro e ted the other The idea ideais Ideetbls ideaIs
is this ri tWd you that the people peopledemand peopledemand 8 ple pledemand
demand a conviction in this case that thatmeans thatmeaa thatmans
means mans in the first place that we have havealmost 1IIeaImo ha4e ha4ealmost
aImo almost t an Insurmountable barrier to topaae toJAeE topose
pose JAeE Now it would be foolish tooU h for us usto usto usto
to go against an wisdom wl dom and take a atrial atrial atrial
trial for murder murderlntbo in the first degree degreewhen degreeJaen esgreehan
when han It to 1 poMibie IidbIe to be tried on a acbarg acbarp achang
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1 I dont d nt UI udreta understand d yeiicieariy 1ou you o tnearly earIY Phil Philsaid PhiloWlY Philsaid
said slowly slowlyIt oWlYIt
It is very elY simple I merely want w lt to tothe tothe tothe
the States attorney ajjd showed him himthat himthat hintthat
that we had a very veryatnolig strong 8tr lf case c ae that we wemight wemtght wemight
might win and nd then he would have no nosatisfaction noatlslactlon nosatisfaction
satisfaction and the people would put puthim puthim puthim
him out of office officeAnd oftlceADd olliceAnd
And what did he say sayAfhir y1 y1Atier i iAfter
After thinking It over he readily readttyagreed readnyKJee4 readilyagreed
agreed with me and we Axed the charge chargeso
so at the trial you will either get your yourliberty yurliberty yourliberty
liberty or twenty years imprisonment imprisonmentThat
That is better than risking rl8kln < < your life lifeWhile lifeWhn lifeWhite
While Whn you are serving your tern if we welose welose
lose I shall take the case to higher highercourt highercourt highercourt I
court until I get et you freed
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By ROBERT ROBERTCARLTONBROWN ROBERTCARLTONBROWNAUTHOR CARLTON BROVvN BROVvNAUTfIOR
AUTHOR OF OFlHE OFTHE
THE BURDEN OF PROOF
hIt It doesnt sc scam m quite right to me meprotested meprotested
protested prote ted Phil but I suppose you youknow youknow ou ouknow I
know best so you had better go ahead aheadIn ah oad oadin
In your own way
If you knew the law as well as asI asI asI
I do young man was the sage reply replyyou roplyYou replyyou
you would see that it is the only pos possible pOSsIble pobsiblo ¬
sible course courseAnd COUr8ot COUr8othAnd courseAnd
And how long am I to await a trial trIa11queried trialqueried trialqueried
queried the prisoner prisonerOh mi8OnerOh prisonerOh
Oh not long Jon The court calendar is isnot isnot Isnot
not very full as it happens and your yourtrial yourtrla1has yourtrial
trial trla1has has been scheduled for two weeks weeksfrom weekstrom weaksfront
from today
Two weeks cried Phil And will willI
I have to stay in here till thenV thenVI then thenr
I dont see any other way but of ofCant orit ofCant
it
Cant I get ball Ive heard of ofpeople otpeople ofpeople
people that have been arrested arre ted doing doingthat
that thatBut
But they werent accused of mur murder murder inurden ¬
der the lawyer told him quickly
The law does not grant ball to such a aman aman aman
man manThen
Then I am about the most dangerous dangerouscriminal dangerouscriminal dangerouscriminal
criminal alive Phil said dismally
According to law thats the way
they look at you youThe youThl youThe
The conversation changed shortly
to consideration cou ldOltlon of the defense to be bemade bemade bemade
made madeIf madeIf madeIf
If we can get liet Eben to talk said saidPhil sahlPl111 saidPhil
Phil suddenly SuddealYi VI I think he will be b able ablesurely ableto ableto
to tel who k killed lied my uncle That will willaur willsurely
surely aur ly exonerate me The old follow followknows foUowknows fellowknows
knows and wants to tell I knew by his hismanner hismanner hismanner
manner mannerThere mannerThere mannerThere
There Is a possibility In that replied repliedMr repJledMr repliedMr
Mr Rogers but he did not seem greatly
Interested InterestedPhil interestedPhil I
Phil wondered The lawyer appeared appearedto I
to take things In such a matteroffact matteroffactway
way wa he did not make any great effort effortto effortto effortto I
to get evidence It aeameil to Phil that thatso thatso
so 0 far as Mr Rogers u t as concerned concernedthe concernedthe concernedthe
the trial was W over that it was to be a acutanddrled acutandjr1ed acutandiried
cutanddrled affair affairThe affairThe tralrThe
The words of the guard came back to tohim tohim i
him He began be n to wonder If he were werenot werenot 1 1not
not being railroaded through in order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the States attorney could get the thenecessary theneceanarj II
necessary conviction convictionIn
In spit plt plte of the peculiar manner of ofMr ofMr
Mr Rogers Phil had faith In him The Theman Theman Theman I
man bad served his uncle well and andPhils andPhils I
Phils knowledge of law iv VS = rs S so small smallthat smallthat
that he was convinced that the course courseproposed COursepropo courseproposed I
proposed propo e1 by Rogers was the th wisest wisestIf
It I am convicted queried Phil PhilWill PhilYJU PhilrJll I
Will rJll I surely get out shortly shortlyMTo shortlyNo
MTo 0 doubt of it rejoined the other otherAll othorAll
All It needs is money There will be befurther befurther befurther
further developments in the case and andthose amIthose andthose
those will all help you It Is not so hard hardto
to convince the higher courts any anyway anynlIY anyway ¬
way waySSTlinaJly I
waytInally SSTlinaJly nlIY Phil submitted to the course courseof courseof courseof
of action and when the th lawyer left lefthis leftbis lefthis
his client they understood unlt rstood each other otherTwo otherrather otherrather
rather better than they had hitherto hlthettoTwo hithertoTwo
Two week eeks to wait mused Phil PhilWell PhilWtU PhilWall
Well I guess gue I can stand It ag long longi longas bugas
i as there doesnt ae seem m to bo any help
for it itTime itTime U UTime
Time dragged heavily through the theafternoon theafternoon j
afternoon Phil gave Ye the guard some somemoney somemonCY somemoney
money and sent him out for a maga magazine magazlnt maganine ¬
nine > The man soot 110 < > I came back with withthe withute wIththe
the copy that Phil had requested and andheld andhfld andheld
held it up before the bars barsIs barsis ba baUlls
Is tl this is what you wanted 7 he asked askedY askedanswered askedYt
Y Yt s answered Phil reaching for forIt forIt forIt
It eagerly as ho h saw w an opportunity
to wldle e away the time timeNo t tNo limeNo
No yeu dont laughed the guard guardraucously guardraucously ard ardraucou
raucously raucou ly Jerking the magazine maeBZine back backWhy backWhy backWhy
Why not notWhat notWhat notWhat
What do I get out or this thisI
I save you a quarter extra Phil
toW him shaxiriy shafpJyttI S S S SYes
Yes ttI grinned the th guard But my
timag tJoy worth more than that A A dol d l l1a ¬
lars 1a s my price pricePhil pricePhil pricePhil
Phil searched his pockets He did not
have another cent with him himr
r havent any more he exclaimed
Then you dont get it see was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the reply as the guard wheeled ab abruptly abruptly abruptly ¬
ruptly und went w nt on down clownS the corridor corridorPhil corrj4orPhil lTfqor lTfqorPbI1
Phil was pdse possessed ed with a vague vagueemptiness vagueomptlnea vagueemptiness
emptiness when the man had gone n ne Itj It Itmed Itseemed
seemed med that hfe h was at the mercy of ofeJ ofevery i ievery
every eJ on onThe one oneTh oneThe
The Th guard did as he pleased pJea ed Mr Rog Rogers Rogen Rogera ¬
ers lam l Id down the course cour e of action actionPhil actionPhll actionPhil
Phil could do notiing Dot sing for himself himselfThe hlm himselfThe elt eltTbe
The magazine in Went maddened < l him himand himand himand
and made mad him rae suddenly timt tha he heought heooJpt heought
ought to take a hand in affairs him himself hlmIMI himself ¬
self IMI f
selfHe fHe
He thought thou theoht ht of getting a new lawyer lawyerto
to conduct his tl case C M Then it occurred occurredto
to him that nobody but Mr Rogers Rogerswould RogerswouJd Rogerswould
would be wilting to do the wcrk and andtrust andtnwt andtrust
trust to luck in getting gettl the money He Hewac Hewas Hewas
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front of his cell cellYea cellYea cellYea
Yea It I la I she answered answeredBut answeredBut answeredBut
But what are you doing hore horeI
I came to see if I could help I Ive Ivebeen ye yebeen Va Vabeen
been so worried so sorry SOrry ever since sinceBut ainceBut j
But Alice there Is nothing for you youto yIuto yOuto
to feel sorry about Im sure that thatShe thatU thatUShe thatShe
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Phil PhUher her voice was low lowur I feel as asthough sathough asthough
though I bad brought this tb thz s whole thing thingon thin thinO thinDont thinson
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Dont say that he cried criedShe crladShe criedShe
She started to speak again Her lip Uptrembled liptrembled liptrembled I
trembled she he stood wavering waveringI
I feel as though thou h I must do some something something something ¬
thing she went on at last Cant Can t I Ihelp Ihelp Ihelp
help In some way wayIm wayIm wayIm
Im afraid not answered PhiL But Butfs Butfts Butits
its fs awfully good of you to toI toI
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A Adden sudden dden Idea Ide came to Phil If he hea hecould hecould
could get Ebens story thero would be bea bea
a chance ch nce Still ho couldnt ask her to todo todo todo
do that for him He must not accept accepther accepther accepther
her aid aidme aldPJease aidPlease
Please anything If you don t tell tellme tellme
me what to do she urged well prob probably probabl probably ¬
ably abl Ill go and do something foolish foolishof
of my own accord and spoil your yourchances yourchances yourchances
chances chancesThere chancesThere chancesThere
There Is one thing that you youmlghtU youmlghtUhVhat mightVhat might mightWhat
What Is It Her question qe t1on was ttascited ex excited exoltCd ¬
cited and 811 she pressed closer c1 rter to the bars barsPhil barnPhtl barsPhi
Phil told her briefly about lid Eben Ebenand Ebenand Ebenand
and repeated his belief that the solu solution solutlon solulion ¬
lion to the mystery was locked up in inthe inthe inthe
the old mans breast breastTil breastIil
Til find out Ill find out cried the thegirl theGirl thegirl
girl happily happilyThen happilyThen happilyThen
Then a shade of doubt spread over overher overhel overher
her face faceBut faceBut faceBut
But she asked slowly I cant cantgo cautgo cantgo
go to your hotse to make the Investi Investigation Investigation investigatinu ¬
gation gationNo gationNo gatinuNo
No ho replied surely not I made madearrangements n1adearranJrem madearrangements
arrangements arranJrem Bta before beCorbifore before I was wasbrought WMbrougbt wasbrought
brought here to have Ebon taken to tothe tolhe tothe
the hospital for treatment under Dr DrLyons DrLyons DrLyons
Lyons He Is doubtless there now Bob BobIs BobIs
Is probably keeping dope watch to see seethat seethat seethat
that no one gets to see old Eben but butDr butDr butDr
Dr Lyons is my true friend and Im Imsure Immrf rmsure
sure mrf he will help me mePhil mePhil meP1111
Phil borrowed a pencil from the theguard theguard theguard
guard who was wa courteous in the pres presence presnee prosonce ¬
nee of the young lady and scrawled scrawleda
a hurried note to Dr Lyons Folding
it he handed it to Alice AliceIll AliceIll
Ill go at once she he said saidThen saidThen
Then just before starting she turn turnd
rcl d hack and su said kl in a low voice voiceI
I simply cant stay at homo while whileyoure whiteoure whileoure
youre > oure here Besides BesidesBesides Be Besidesllesidpoevhat ldes ldesuBesid
uBesid Besides llesidpoevhat tfvhatT he queried anx anxiously anxIously anxlously ¬
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The family wont give me any anypeace anypeace anypeace
peace peaceIn peaceIn peaceIn
In what way do you ou mean meanThey meanT meanTThey mean2They
They want mo to marry Bob BobBat BobBut BobBut
But after this queried querledPhll querledPhllOh Phil PhilOh PhIlOh
Oh this th will keep them quiet for forsome forsame forsome
some same time But it will break out outigaln ootagain oatagain
again againWith againWith igalnWith
With that she Went away awayPhil aw awayPhil y yPhil
Phil sat stunned It was tho first firsttIme firsttime i itime
time be b had heard of the wish of her herfamily herfamily
family To think that she ho would go goagainst goagaln8t goagainst
against them and come down and try to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help him out outA outA 1 1A
A sudden horrid thought came to him himWhat blmWhat himWhat
What if he were wetesent sent to prison Would WouldBob WouldBob WouldBob
Bob manage InD8eto to win AlIc with wltkthe the aid aidof aIelof aidof
of her family familyThe tRmllyThe familyThe v i
The thought of this possible outcome outcomegave outcomeS1I outcomegave
gave S1I > e him new strength He HowOUld would fight fighthim ftghthta fighthis
him own case ca and win tin He would dis discharge discharge dincharge ¬
charge Mr Rogers Race Alice would get getold g getold t told
old Bbens Eben story and he would be freed freedby treedby freedby
by that thatNunlnt thatNursing I INursing
Nursing this u idea he planned and ando andplanned I IvUtHHwl
planned o lallH building beautiful air castles castlesfnd cuUet casUehand
and t nd allowing his high hopes to run runW3Y runway j jway
way with him himWhile himWhile 1 1While
While in the midst mlci t of t one o of ot his most moatelaborate mostelaborate mostelaborate
elaborate palaces la the clouds there therecame thereCtLme thererame
came a grating of the doer and Phil PhilJumped Philumped j
lumped up to see the ugly ugI guard shove shoveto shoveIn
In a tray of coarse > food foodSuddenly foodSuddenly foodSoddenly
Suddenly the beautiful castles tumbled tumbledHe tombledlIe tumbledHe
He was himself hlm lt again A prisoner prlsoneraprisoner prisonora prisonoraprisoner a aprisoner
prisoner without wlth ut hope hopeWIth hopeWith nopeWith
With great Ve t effort he forced the food fooddown fooddown fooddown
down his dry throat In spite of Its Uspoorness Itspoorness Itspoorness
poorness h he must eat to for or be had touch touched touched touched ¬
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as possible It was a duty He H could couldnot couldnot oouidnot
not bear to think of the food itself but buthe buthe buthe
he must eat eatThat eatThat
That night the first f 1tt he had evor spent spentin
in jail was most iplseraWe qal erable He tossed tossedon tos ed edon
on the t e hard prison pr oa bunk and before beforehim beorohim beforehim
him in panorama passed the th events of ofa ofa ofa
a single day the strangest day he had hadeVfer hadever hadeVer
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Bob Then the conference with 1t11 his law lawyer lawyer lawyer
yer and tho preliminary hearing On Ontop OntoP Qntop
top of that another talk with Mr MrRogers MrRogers MrRogers
Rogers and finally the unexpected visit visitfrom visitfrom visitfrom
from Alice AliceIt
It was a startling array of events He Hecould Hecould HeCoUli
could hardly believe that all of this had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been crowded cro ded Into one day It seemed seemedyears seemedyears seemedyears
years yearsIf yearsIf yearsIf
If he slept for five minutes during that thatwhole thatwhole thatwhole
whole endless night It was when his hismind hismind hismind
mind became blank for a stretch from fromsheer tromshoer fromsheer
sheer exhaustion He counted every everyquarter everyquarter everyquarter
quarter of an hour and felt that he had hadspent hadspent hadspent
spent most of his life in jail when whenfinally whentlnally whenfinally
finally ho heard a clock boom out the thohour thehour
hour of three threeThe threeThe threeThe
The snores from adjoining cells helped helpedto
to keep him awake He doubted greatly greatlyIf
If he could ever sleep sJ p with al a l that noise nolsogoing noisegoIng noisegoing
going on onAcross onAcross onAcross
Across the corridor a a drunken man mantalked mantalked mantalked
talked in his dreams and occasionally occasionallyshouted occasfonallyshouted occasIonallyshouted
shouted in a startling manner that thatcuused thatcaused thatcaused
caused Phil to jump and made the per perspiration perspiration perspiratlon ¬
spiration leap from his pores poresAt porest poresAt
At t last a streak of dawn filtered filteredthrough filteredthrough filteredthrough
through the skylight and down into the thehallway thehallway thehallway
hallway Then the light became grad gradually graduaUy gradually ¬
ually stronger and before long It was wasfull wasfull wasfull
full day dayPhil dayPhil dayPhil
Phil stagegred from his bunk and andwent andwent andwent
went to the wash basin In the corner of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his cell There was as a a hard cake of ofprfson ofprfson ofprison
prfson soap ap He washed himself as aswell aswell aswell
well as possible with that and then thenlooked thenlooked thenlooked
looked about for a towel There was wasnone wasnone wasnone
none He was forced to use an extra extrahandkerchief extrahandkerchief extrahandkerchief
handkerchief that he happened to have haveThen haveThen haveThen
Then he made a search for a mirror mirrorIt
It would be Interesting to know how he helooked helooked helooked
looked after the horrible night There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was no looking glass In the room how however however however ¬
ever everIts everIts everIts
Its just jur > t as well the prisoner said saidto saldto saidto
to himself Maybe I can keep my hope hopeup hopeup hopeup
up better It I dont see my face I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think its rather humane after all that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they havent put a mirror In here hereHe bereHe hereHe
He looked down At his clothes They Theywere Theywere hey heywere
were a sqrry sight sighttwisted twisted creased creasedthe creasedthe creasedthe
the wrong way and full of lint He Hetad Head Hebad
tad ad been forced to sleep In them themA themA
A plate of ham and eggs swimming
in grease was banded in to him A Achunk Achunk Achunk
chunk of bread followed and then a asteaming asteaming asteaming
steaming mug of f coffee in a cup an aninch anInch anInch
inch thick thickTo thickJo
To < a man accustomed to the good goodthings goodthlnga goodthings
things of life as Phil was tbe Idea of ofeating oreaUngsuch ofeating
eating eaUngsuch such food was abhorrent Across Acrossthe Acrossthe Acrossthe
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more hungry and less delicate than he heHe heHe lieHe
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