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10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES THTRSDAY TIITRRD y JTT J1 31TNE 17 1909 I
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LACROSS r ACROSS THE CORRIDOR
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedPhil
Phil Daring and Bob Steven two twocousins twoouln8 twocouIng
cousins < are x e accused aecu ecl of th the murder of oftheir oCtheir oftheir
their rich uiicte who an th the night of the thecrime thocrime thetrlm
crime wa w ataoml aAIowtto bot to change chaD hits will In InJ Infaor Infavor
J favor of Phil Bob having proved INO un unorth Unworthy n nxvorthy
worthy orth Bob manages to throw MMfMCMR MMfMCMRon 1eIoft 1eIoftn
on < > n Phil The t Is sentenced to thirty tblrty2n years yearsJn yearsin
Jn States prison prl on His rellmate there thereis
is s Bradehaw Br dsbaw who hates Phil because OH OHhis ORhis o oh13
his testhrony he was convicted of steal stealing IteMiIng l lIng ¬
ing and f entenced entenc nt d to a tenyew teD term termPhils tenDPhils termPhtIs
Phils trials at flt the prison are many maR ana anathrough aRdthrough aiidthrough
through no fault of his own he heknown Wcomeo Wcomeoknown becomeeknown
known cc s l an incorrigible jncorrl bIe convict He Heh Heof lieare
h are of a plan pl < < n or escape P C8pe And nd m or the night nightrr nlhlIf
rr If the attempt h he HI goes to the rescue of ofan 0 0an ofan
an unsuspecting un UIIPfCt Ing guard who ta aboutto abouttob about to tobP tomurderP1
b bP murd murderPt rpi He is accused of the crime crimeand ertmeand rtmeand
and sentenced to death While awaiting awaitingthe awat1nthe
the day < of his execution be is s taken to tomurderers to tomurderer tomurdereri
murderers murderer row where he becomes be ome8 friend friendly ¬
ly with the other tnmat InmateM nnwtf One 011 < nJ nJgoes of > them UtelftgOts themgoes
goes gOts to the chair a aad nd d another condemned condemnedrho CGtIdetRltedprisoner condemnedprisoner
prisoner In brouPt lB It Is BJd BdahaW BdahaWwhO haw hawwho
who has been sentenced ente eed to death because becauseofbis becoueMof UH UHof
ofbis of his ccinWtloa COItBeetIoR with the killing of a aguard aguard aguard
guard He relate Iatee Phils history hl tCKT to the th thother theother
She other pri prleo prleollete ers and is telling of a petty pettyheft pet pettheft pettltheft
when a acorridor a1Byst amysterloue
theft heft committed by Bob Stevens
1Byst mysterloue rlous p prteoeer In 8 a cell aer08 the thecorridor thecorrIdor
You Yonfle Youlie
corridor from Phils shouts eat
lie
OHAP03BE XXXVU XXXVUWHO
WHO DUDEY DUD WAS WASf VsW VASHORE
f r BORE you cried Brad BradA Bl8dshaw Bradthaw
A shaw Bhawy shawTho thawThe
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y y The tvholo room was wasagog wasagog wanagog
agog with 1th curiosity curiosityIm curloelUZOm cUriOettYTm
Im Bob Stevens was the reply replyPhil replyBradshaw repliBrad5haw
Bradshaw wall silent for s a few mln mlnbtes mtntites
btes btesPhil titesPhil
Phil breathed hard He had known knownThere knownall knowntall
all the time that the man who occupied occupiedthe
the cell across the corridor was wa Ids Idscousin hiscousin
cousin cousinA
A precious pall to be cooped up upV1th upwith
with Bradshaw snarled ui100n as soon as Jao JaoJ1ad hohad
had recovered from his surprise urprl e Think Thinkcf
beln belnthrowed belathrowed
honest coactaman
cf me a
throwed Into jail with a couple of ofdudeys ofdudeys
dudeys Phil Daring and Bob Stevens A Aprecious Aprecious
precious pair I say sayThere sayThere
There was a s gei geiV g general nerl flutter ot muse amuseinent musement
ment Most of the men had liked Phil Philbecause Philbecause
because he bad put hlm bimneif > > et out to be beagreeable beagreeable
agreeable But Bl8dsha w was more to totheIr totheir
theIr mind because he was as their kind kindPhil dndPhil
Phil V made no reply to this taunt but buthis buthis butItis
his cousin broke out outYoud outYoud
Youd better stop lying Brjldshaw Brjldshawabout Brpdshawabout
about mr stealing You may not have hseliked haveliked
liked me but there 18 no need of your yourhlng yourlying
lying YouH oull s get t int intd intTrouble into trouble It you youdo ou oudo
d do °
doTrouble Trouble Jeered Bradshw Brad baw I dont dontsee donttiee dontsee
see how tiierell be much of that com cominp com1n cornthg
inp 1n to me here hereStevens hereIf hereIf
If I were out of this thiaSte thisStevens
Stevens Ste ens began a reply but was cut cutoff cutoff cutoft
off abruptly by the guard gu i who stepped steppaddown steppeddown steppeddown
down the corridor and remarked remarkedCut
Cut the comedy boys There s no nouse nose nonee
use se of hard feeltas hero It dont being beingyou bdngyou bringTou
you Tou nothln no thin Fight it out In the next nextThat nextworld nextworld
world worldhat worldThat
That hat silenced them But Phil could couldliear could1tf couldhear
In their cells cellslor ceUs10r cellsZor
hear 1tf > ar them both grumbling
lor some time afterward afterwardKext afterwardNext ttenyardext
Next ext morning the hQ paper IMlP r was sched scheduled schedUled achedzIed ¬
uled to come out Bet t Daring was wasswamped wasswamped wasswamped
swamped with contributions and andhardly andbardl andhardly
hardly knew whfcre to tobegtn tobegtnMany begin beginMany beginMany
Many of them concerned the occur occurrence occurrence occurrence ¬
rence of the night before and Phil Millhad Philhad Philhad
had a difficult task ta perform From Fromthe Fromthe Frontthe
the tone of many ei of me the cruao crude jw jokes jokeIJlIe jokeslie o olie
lie knew that the excoachn coacb uu1 ans story storyhad storyhad story1iad
had made him DarIng lose lot e caste cataamong cnteamong casteamong
among the prisoners pifawnersThe prlHnenThe prisonersThe
The very thought was rWiculojis ridiculous but butit butit butit
it meant a great vet t deal to Phil > As lams lamsas longas
as he was locked locked up there with 1t1t these thesemen theseIntn thesemen
men he was determined not to sulk sulsaway sulkaway sulkaway
away the few days that remained to tojjliTj tohIm toltn
hIm jjliTjs As s he ooked over the contributions contributionstfiat eontnbutfoD8ttiat
tfiat continued con lnu to pour in upon him he hei he1allzed heialtzed
i 1allzed allzed fully that Bradahaws remarks remarkshad remarkshad remarkshad
had ben > en snapped sn ped up eagerly e gelb by the themen themcn I
men and he saw himself hlI Eelf and his cousin coasincaricatured cou cousinarlcaturOd In Intarleatured
caricatured in high silk Hk hats Bob in inthe Inthe inthe
the act of o tn lifting a watch from a coach coachmans coachmans ¬
mans pocket pocketHow p pocketHow cket cketHow
How T Daring > wished now no he had net netstarted netstarted I Istarted
started the prison prJ on paper It gave them thema
a chan to o get back at him himSuddeiily hintSuddelIy himSuddetly
Suddeiily BlOke Bradys voice broke brokeLeis brokeout brokeout
out outL6ts Leis hare a a new editor die aint aintno aJntno aintno
no ladys magazine what were getun getunout getUnout gettinout
out Lets Let fcawe a guy wl wi4 a little littleflesh UWeflesh littleIesh
flesh and blood back b ck of din here ring ringWe tln tlnVe tIngWe
We dont want ant no notenta gents handin us uswhat usWhat uswhat
what we read readWhats reIIdthe restiWhats
Whats the e waiter with the present presenteditor pre presentcditor nt nteditor
editor nuerltoa Tommy the tbeearoon eartoo eartoolet onrtoosist
let 1 t for an IUsnteJ interesting 8I1 g bond had grown grownup grown11P growntip
up between the twomen tWo mea on acceont of oftheir oftheir I
their w wrk wrkv werkEver rk rkEver
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0Well Well I have haveI I s seen n hlta b Ittiula ta a night nightsnare 1Iightmate nightmare
snare last nig night HeSs He a ft ftje nude tl e too I Issen Iseen Iseen
seen him wmriH white gloves a en a car carryln carryln carIyin
ryln a candy CDC1 6 aaew aaewWe aae aaeWe e eWe
We dont d nt vsajst ant riO o fSHec f l1er like flat at for forcur ferour forour
our editor < Utor rfOutea ri ttl Bloke eBrady Brady and andthen andthen andthen
then an optana was expressed q1 press d by all allof nilof H Hof
of the other xcepttog fH and ad A hIS hIScousin hiscousin nl nlcousin
cousin cousinAt cousinAt cousinAt
At length 9 ote was taken and Phil Phillost Phil108t P111lost
lost his job Ob Bloke Bl ke Brady Brad as 8 cham champion champion chzupion ¬
pion wa was elected n his stead steadThe atMdThe steadThe
The next Issue hill ue ot f thea tile paper per was rather ratherlate ratJtrlate mUter3ae
late in coming out When it did finally finallytead Aurarrive usUyarrive
arrive St came from ToauIcrs cell Ja Jatead Instead
tead of Slopes Q 4I for forznan 9r t f rpparm rpparmnnn arm armman
man found printing the sBset too ar ardous ardOU8 ardous
dous work workPhil workPbil V VPhil
Phil had contributed notbiau n to the thepaper theJaper thepaper
paper and the th two interv intervenIng n ig days dayshad dayshad daysiad
had been dul and heavy for him Ii m mhe as ashe ashe
< he had absolrtely b801 ely nothing with which whichto which whichto
to amuse hinvelf hinvelfHe hlmtelfHe im lf lfHe
He wondered woa erf > d continually what the thecircumstances thec1r thectrumetances
circumstances c1r < tmlltDc8 were that had brought broughtBob hJOU8htBeb broughtBob
Bob Steve into the condemned wing wingAs WIDgAs wingAs
As yet ft neither of the th men had ad addressid addrMsJCl addressid ¬
dressid the other Ph Pht would not notspeak notspeak notspeak
speak first after all that had happened happenedand happenedal1d happenedaud
and evidently vlen Bob ob b did not intend tend to open openhis QP4 l lif V Vhis
his if mouth mouthWhen mouthWhen mOuthWhen
When th the paper was taken In Phils Philscell Philscell Philscell
cell he h looked it over doubtfully The Thesheet Theshpet Thesheet
sheet had dMerioriated frightfully and andas andaa andas
as a conscientious coU1 < lfntioul editor it hurt Daring DaringHIGH DaringHIGH DaringHIGH
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AUTHOR OF OFTHE OFTHE
THE BURDEN OF PROOF
to a aee e this child of his fancy come o 0In oUt oUtIn Jt Jtin
in such grotesque form formEvidently fonnEvidently formEvidently
Evidently Brady Brad had suggested mot motof mO1tof mottor
of the contents for the issue was par particularly Jarticularly particularly ¬
ticularly bloody and malicious maliciousThe maliciousThe maliciousThe
The main illustration evidently done doneby doneby doneby
by Brady showed two fashionably fashionablydressed fashionablYdreaed fashionablydressed
dressed men killing an elderly man for forhie forhlB forhis
his money mone The pictures were so out outof outor outof
of drawing drawln that it was difficult to make makeout makeout makeout
out the subject but blood gushed in inevery Inovel inevery
every ovel possible place and Bloke Bradys Bradysfancy BradysflUtc Bradysfancy
fancy flUtc was satisfied satisfiedThe IiRtisftcdThe satisfiedThe
The main leader le der for or that day da was as a athrilling aUrllUng athrilling
thrilling account from the pen of ofPshaw otuPshaw ofPabaw
Pshaw Bradshaw telling various variousscandals varIousscandala variousscandals
scandals concerning the two gentleman gentlemanwho
who were Imprisoned with them
111 have ter suppress the next copy
if its as fierce as this remarked the theattendant theattendant tileattendant
attendant as he finished reading Bloke
Bradys attempt attemptThe attemptThe attemptThe
The strongarm man growled in his hiscell hiscell hiscell
cell and insisted that it was as good gooda
a paper as Phil had ever turned out
But the men were against him hi19 They Theymissed The ThemiMed Theymissed
missed Phils contributions which had hadmade lladmade itadmade
made the sheet what It was wasAccordingly wasAccordinglY wasAccordingly
Accordingly a new election was held heldand heldand heldand
and Phil was reelected to his position
Thus Daring had something to occupy
his mind besides wondering vaguely vaSuelbow
how it had come about that Bob Stevens Stevenswas Stevengwas Stevenswas
was thrown Into this place But still stillthe stillthe stillthe
the question haunted him himHe himHe i
He could not figure out in any way
the reason for his cousin being there
Evidently Bob had committed murder murderor
or at least had been accused of it and andisentenced 1 1sentEneed isentenced
sentenced after his guilt had Non Nonproved Ieonproved rqenproved
proved provedVho j V VWho
Who could Bob have murdered Philj Phil Philhad
had had no letters from home since he i
had been he en in the condemned cell cellCould cellC cellCould
Could C uld Bob have killed Dr Lyons Lyons7Phil LyonsPhil j
Phil had thought it strange manv manvtimes manvtimes manytimes
times that no letter had come to him
from the latter latterAgain latterA latterAgain
Again A Jn it might have been old Bb Eben n
that Stevens had killed killedCould killedCould killedCould
Could it be beOh beOh 7 7Uh
Oh heavens Phils PhUsmlnd mind cried out outwhen outwben outwhen
when he came to ttyat doubt dbu tl uIt It cant cantbe cantbe cantbe
be It cant be bathat that he Is here for the
killing k1Jlin of Alice AliceHe AUC6He
He must find out V He would find out
For several sever days Phil debated make makeIng ¬
ing tin attempt to get his story from
Bob BobBut V V V V
But he realized that this would be beuseless beuseless
useless Bob BobJTjatnt2 BobVniainttjned maintained ned 1 a sullen silence silenceand silenceand silenceand
and even ithe It lIe wore were willing Jlllns totell to teU Phil
he would never n v r relate the tn story so that thatall thatall thatall
all of the theotber other coavjcts could hear
the only way wa he would be able to do dounder so sounder sounder
under the conditions conditionsDaring conditionsDarIng conditionsDaring
Daring racked his tfraln for a way In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which to communicate with Bob secret ¬
ly 1 He wasso was so buy bu y over this that he
began to forget about the pet idea of ofescape of9SCpe ofescape
escape he had been nursing nursingso V so care ¬
fully before By the process of elimi elimination elimination elimination ¬
nation Phil found that there was only
one logical way ay in inwhlch which he could com communicate communicate cornmunicate ¬
municate with Bob That must be
through the theprl theprinon prison on paper paperThe paperThe paperThe
The only onl drawback to thi this was that
his cousin refused to accept the penciled penciledsheet penciledsheet penciledsheet
sheet when it was brought around to
him JilmThere
There must be some way wa to attract
his attention to it Phil tried a dozen
schemes schemesFinally schemesFln8l1y schemesFinally
Finally he h hit upon one that seemed
to be better than the rest He drew drewla
an la extravagant picture of himself and andmade andmatte andmade
made the jig th g so ridiculous that thatwhoever tbatwbeever thatwhoever
whoever looked lo at It would have to toa
laugh a sh and exclaim over the thing
Knowing his cousins hatred Phil
figured th tht t he would like to have a agood agood agood
good laugh at the picture himself
Beta had been sullen long enough
there must come a change in his man manner manner mannor ¬
ner some II me time timeSo timeSo timeSo
So the morning the cartoon of Phil Philwent Phl1ant Philwent
went ant out the editor leaned back in
Ills cell ell and waited hopefully
Whew Vbew ei Jfed Ied ed Tommy Thats some somepicture somopicture somepicture
picture of the editor Want to see that
first off boys boysMike bosMike boysMIke
Mike got the paper next and he er erptoded exploded oxplodd
ptoded with laughter over the th cari caricature caricature carlcature ¬
cature Phil had drawn of himself
Three or four others oth rs added their sar sarcastic sarcallUe earensUe ¬
ensUe comments and then the V atten ¬
dant d nt came to Stevens cell He was wasabout wUabout wasabout
about to Jass by as usual when the theyoung theyoung Theyoung
young fellow reached out a hand and andwhispered andwhlllpered andwhispered
whispered whlllpered1ets whisperedIete whisperedLets
Lets see It ItBloke ItBke V VBlike
Bloke Brady caught the request
Iodeyfl gon gem ter read 1C It l Dudeya DudeyaROUT
ROUT U1 ter read r lid it Hooray boys we e got gota
a new subscriber subscriberI
I Just wanted to see It it did him
Justice jUatleeB Uee Bob b spoke up the first rst amiable
word he had said since he had come
among them themurged themFlx themFix
Fix It U1J U tar suit it you dont like
It urged urge Tommy Tomm TommBob
Bob pulled out his pencil and did so
Then the paper went on to finish its I
trip each man adding some absurd de ¬
tail that he h felt was lacking lackingCHAPTER JackingCHAPTER
I
CHAPTER iXXXVUI xxxvrnIGNORED I IIGNORED
IGNORED IGNOREDthe
P t HIT DARING was overjoYed with witbthe
1 the success of his scheme Now Nowthat Nowthat Nowthat I
that he had got Bob to accept the
paper they had a medium of exchange exchangeand oxcIangaand
and he had no doubt that he could couldcontrive couldoonrive couldcontrive
contrive some eom mro means to got at Bobs Bobsstory Bobsstory Bobsstory
story storyFor storyFor storyFor
For several days Phil got out the thepaper Ulepaper thepaper
paper each morning instead of every everyother everyother everyother
other one Everybody welcomed the thechange thecban thechange
change cban e and Bob > now read the sheet sheetwith sheetwith sheetwith
with as great interest as the others othersDoes othersI othersDoes
I Does anybody know shorthand shorthandasked uhorthandasked 1 1asked
asked Phil one morning morningThere m morningThere lDlns lDlnsThere
There was silence sllon Daring had learned learnedshorthand lean1edshorthand learnedshorthand
shorthand with Bob when they first firstwent firstwent firstwent
went to live with their uncle He know knowUiat knwUlat knowthat
that Bob had not forgotten the lessons lessonsand lessonsand lessonsand
and also that he would disregard the thequestion theQuestion theriuestlon
question as he had consistently ignored ignoredPhils ignoredPhlls ignoredPhils
Phils presence in the place placeWell placeVel1 placeIVell
Well as long as nobod knows It Itthe itthe itthe
the Murderers Fireside Companion Is Isgoing Isgoing isgoing
going to conduct a correspondence correspondenceschool correspondenceschool correepondenceSchool
school on the subject subjectThe subJectThe V VThe
The Idea of a correspondence school schoolmade schoolmade schoolmade
made a hit with the prisoners They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were very enthusiastic and saw pos possibilities pos possibilities poesibilitles ¬
sibilities In the Ides Ide from the start startThe startThe startThe
The attendant a ort of advisory advisoryboard advisoryboard advIsorXboard
board was asked If he saw any objec objection objction objection ¬
tion tionGuess
Guess theres nothln against learn learnIn learnIn learnIn
In anything in here You can take up upEsperanto upEsperan upEsperano
Esperanto o as far as I am concerned concernedwas concerne concernewas
was his reply replyThen replyThen replyThen
Then Ill start the first lesson to today today today ¬
day replied Phil uIt It will give our ourpaper ourpaper ourpaper
paper a higher tone toneThe toneThe toneThe
The men were all eager for any new newdeparture newdeparture newdeparture
departure in the publication and nd they theyawaited theyawaited
awaited the first lessons In the short shorthand shorthand sh3rthand ¬
hand correspondence school with eager eagerness eagern eagerness ¬
ness nessSo n nessSo ea6 ea6So
So that morning the paper came cameout cameout cameout
out with one column columnVdevoted devoted to short shorthand shorthand shorthand ¬
hand Phil laid down the first prin principles prlnclple principles ¬
ciples and then mar ma4e e a sentence or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two at the bottom if f the lesson to toshow toshow toshow
show how the figures looked in actual actualuse actualuse actualuse
use useOf Of course no one could read the theexample tbeexample theexample
example exceot Bob The others otherslooked otherslooked otherslooked
looked upon it as a great curlosty curlostyand curJosltand curiosttyand
and tried to master the details of the thenew thonew thenew
new language JanguageWh languageWhen languageWhen
When Wh n young Stevens received the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper he glanced down the column columnshowing columnshowing columnshowing
showing the first principles and and suddenly 8uldenly anddenly ¬
denly his eye stopped at the sentences sentencesPhil sentencesPhil S SPhil
Phil had written below belowTo bolowTo belowTo
To his great surprise he read readBob rcadBobT roadBobTell
Bob BobT BobTell T ll me how you come cometo comoto cometo
to be here You can an write to me meon meon meon
on the margin of this thisVor Vor or below belowit
it Its perfectly safe PHIL PHILIt
It was an Ingenious schome and andthe andthe andthe
the thing looked so simple and harm harmless barmless harmless ¬
less that the attendant suspected suspectednothing sU3pectednothing uspectednothing
nothing merely glancing at the lines linesof lineaof linesof
of writing as though they were great greatcuriosities greatcurJoslties greatcuriosities
curiosities curiositiesThe curJosltiesThe curiositiesThe
The issues of the Murderers Fire Fireside Fireside Fireside ¬
side Companion never fell into any anyoutside anyoutside anyoutside
outside hands except those of the theguard theguard theguard
guard So Phil felt safe Even if ifanybody Ifanybody ifanybody
anybody conversant with wi th shorthand shorthandshould shQrtbandshould shorthandshould
should happen on a copy COP of the paper paperthey panelthey paperthey
they probably would not know the thesame thesame thesame
same system of writing that Phil Philand Philand I
and Bob had learned learnedBut 1earnedBut learnedBut
But when the paper was returned to toDarings toDarings 1 1DarIngs
Darings cell to be filed away there therewa theretaa I Iw
wa w taa no answer from Bob BobPhil BobPhil I
Phil was a little discouraged at this thisbut tblElbut thitibut
but he persisted feeling that he h would wouldbe wouldbe I Ibe
be able to hit upon uJ > On something thatwould thatwould that thatwould
would finally make his cousin reply replyFor rap replyFor I IFor >
For several days he wrote different differentmessages dltrerentmeeeaget differentmessages
messages to Bob giving thorn all aa aathough aJthough asthough
though they were examples to his class classbut classbut classbut
but no answer an er came to them although althoughalong althoughalon althoughalong
along alon the margin were various attempts attemptsat
at shorthand > > made by oy the other pris prisoners prisoners prisoners ¬
oners onersPhil onersPhil onersPhil
Phil tried every scheme he could couldthink couldthink couldthink
think of to forcvliis forc his cousin to reply replyBut replyBut replyBut
But they all failed failedThen tailedThen failedThen
Then the attendant stopped at Dar Darings DarSngs Darings ¬
ings cell one morning mOInln with a worried worriedlook worriedlook worrIedlook
look lookUHow
lookHow How long Jon does It take to learn to towrite Lowrite towrite
write shorthand ho asked askedOh AskedOh AskedV
V Oh two or three months according accordingto
to how hard a man works at it an answered answered answered ¬
swered Daring DaringThe DaringThe DaringThe
The attendant looked dubious dubiousWant dubiousWant dubiousWant
Want to learn queried Phil PhilNo pbtlNo PhilNo
No but I was Just thlnkn It hadnt hadntcome hadntcome i icome
come to me before because I like the theIdea thoIdea theIdea
Idea as a a novelty But are you sure surethat surethat > > uretltat
that you ou aint tryln some clever clevorgame cleurgam clevergame
game gameDoiit gameDont
gamDotlt Doiit Dotlt see what game there can clln be In Inteaching Intecblng inteaching
teaching the men to Trite shorthand shorthandreplied shortbandreplW shorthandreplied
replied Phil There no law against againstlearning ngtln againstlearning t tletLrnlng
learning learningYes letLrnlngYH learningYes
Yes went on the jruard But sup supporin supJMWin supperle
porin that all you fellers should learn learnthe learnthe learnthe
the language and I didnt know it itor Itor itor
or SORT ome other guard was put on here hereYoud hereYoud hereYoud
Youd have a cinch tnch nch then to plan most mostanything mmtanything D8tanything
anything through your paper paperWhat paperWhat paperWhat
What good would It do to plan any anything anythinK anything ¬
thing asked Phil Thorns no chance chanceof
I of a man getting out of here is there therei thereNot thereNone
i None ever has wns thp tho attend attendants attendanta attendants
ants reply replyBut
V VBut
i But he h still WI looked worried worriedGuess worrlfdGueu worriddGueis
Guess youll have to ourthat our that out outi outhe outhe
i he decided abruptly I think Its in innocent innocent instocent ¬
nocent enough mys myself eIf but Im afraid afraidthe afraidthe afraidthe
the authorities wouldnt agree with me meif meie tueIC
if they knew K W aboutlt aboutltAH about It ItAll ItAll
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make his way out They Th Y were kept
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guard stood close by with his gun gunNow gunNow gunNow
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corridor that the one little window windowabout windowabout windowabout
about shoulder high from the he floor
looked out upon a low shed twenty feet
below Between the shad and the wall walla
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climb from the ground onto vhe he shed
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and drop outside of the prison grounds groundsThat JIToundsThat groundsThat
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and would shoot in a moment momentThen momentThon momentThen
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been possessing him for weeks Ho Hothought Hothought Hothought
thought of improvising a saw or file fllePhil filePhil filePhil
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out of his cell while the guard rd was busy busywith bflSYwltb busywith
with bringing In the meals or at some someother somaother someother
other opportune moment he could l make
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and Idly Idl fingering a pocket comb that thatnnd thatnnd thatand
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folded them carefully In the form used
by the paper that was Issued from his hiscell hiscell hiscell
cell cellThen Then he began to work slowly and andcarefully andcarefully andcarefully
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would please the other prisoners When
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and bushy Phil worked with pains
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