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1FT THE WASHINGTON TIMES > SATODAT JUXE JR 18 1910 11
AUTOPSY PROVES PROVESCONFESSION PROVESCONFESSION
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RussiaPoisoning Russian R ssian n Physicians Story of ofPoisoning ofPoisoning
Poisoning Victims With WithCholera WithCholera WithCholera
Cholera Disbelieved DisbelievedST
ST PETERSBURG June IS IThe 1SThehopes IThehOe18 The Thehopes
hopes of the Russian poUeeot police of being beingaWo beingaWo beingable
aWo to clear up a large number Dm r ofweird of ofweird otwOtrd
wOtrd weird murders rcJel1l committed la the last lasttow Juttow lostTow
tow years through the confession conte elon of ofDr otDr ofDr
Dr Paatchenko under ul1er arrest for or the themurder themurder themurder
murder of former Lieutenant ButerHn ButerHna
a young millionaire of Warsaw haft haftreceived havereceived nave navereceived
received a setback by b the official re report report report ¬
port of the autopsy of Buterllns death deathwhich deathwhich deathwhich
which shows that he died from blood bloodpoisoning bloodpo bloodpoisoning
po poisoning eonln < < and not from inoculation inoculationwith inoculationwith inoculationa1ih
with cholera germs to which Pantchen1 Pantchen1ko Pant Pantchenko
ko confeeaedThe confessed confessedThe eoafe Hd HdThe
The autopsy does not absolve Pant Pantchenko Pantchenko I Ichenko
chenko for the responsibility for Buterltae But Buteritas
eritas death ae a it till is b believed Ieved that he hepurposely hepurpo hepurpoeeiy
purposely purpo ty used UM I an unclean instrument instrumentIn ln tnameftt tnamefttIn
In treating Buteriin but the fact that thath thathe thathe
h he Ned concerning eoneernlft the course he fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed in bringing MiD < < I about Buteriin Buterllnsdeath ButerUnedeath s sdeath
death casts ea ts doubt on a number oChia oChiaouter of his hisother h hother
other confessions confessionsOBrien conte8BlonOBrlen confessionOBrien
OBrien de Lacey ButerlbVs brother brotherinlaw brotherInlaw brotherinlaw
inlaw who ho Pantchenko says hired hiredhim ired Iiredhim > iredhim
him to kill Buterlin In order ord r that his hiswife hiliICe Mawife
wife ICe might get the inheritance thatwould that thatwould thatould
would ould have gone to Buteriin IK still In
The BLUE BU OCEANS DAUGHTERCopyrignt DAUGHTER B y yCyrus
ogy L 2 Cyrus Townsend Brady BradyCopyrigllt
Copyrignt Frank A Munaey Company
Synopsis Synop is of Chapters Already Published PublishedCapt PublishedCapt PublishedCapt
Capt Hiram Hubbell l and hi blJl daughter daughterSwan daucbterSUM daughterSusan
Swan SUM wham whammother who whoM Iraee mother motb mot motbag r Is I dead aad wi who whoha whobAfI
ha bag lived entirely t1re17 on her fathers ship shipatt ah1p8lte
att 8lte a wearing ind Indeed d mens n clothes are arebound arebewMI arebound
bound for Boston on the ship Hiram and andBttftan andt3ueaa
Bttftan 811 aR from Bordeaux during durin < < the latter latterpart latterpart latterpart
part oC the American Revolution They Theyare Tbe7are Theyare
are captured by a British frtuat Dur DurtftlC DurtftlCtb Duriattthe a atile < <
tb tile engagement e Francois the boatswin boatswinrabc boatawiastabs wln wlntaba
stabs rabc the captain la n revenge rev for having bavtacLieut havingbea viae viaeb
b bea gorged gorgedteat sed sedLIeut
Lieut teat Robert M Jlon1I11t011 < xnJnrion K X is 1 left leftwtth leftwtth lentwith
wtth a prise crew to take the Hiram and andSnsan andsan
san to England the old crew and mate matebain matebelnc matebeing
bain being imprisoned 1 forward Morntagton Morntagtonfalls Mornlagtoafall 1IIorftLnCtOl1tala
falls hi Jew love with Susan and she with withhtm withhim
him 11 White on deck one day Cooant Cooantcontrives CoaaDtce Conantcoetrivea
contrives ce trlftl to pass Suan a note te1U telling g of a aplot aplot aplot
plot to t recapture th tM ahip Her part is isto Isto kto
to prevent the lieutenant from reaching reachingthe rMCblngUte reachingthe
the dock dackThat dllckIMt dockThat
That night Mornk Morntegton gton proposes JMOI OIIM i O herbut herbut her herbut
but she defers det her er answer Hanging ansbt be between betWeeR between ¬
tween love and a d duty she thinks of the thearms theamt thearena
arms and money the theahlp ship is carrying to toher t ther toher
her eewntrym and in the end locks the theofficer tMofteer theogieer
officer up in hie state room The ship chip1s
is recaptured Believing that he has baan
been n merely m < < eIy played yed with Xorntagton re refuses ref ¬
fuses f t to listen ea to Susans Mornington explanation exp
Susan rejecta the proposal of the mate matewho mateito matewho
who ito has ha won back her ship for her herTbe herTH barThe
The orinlgal crew a bad lot now mu mutinies muthde mutIues ¬
tinies In the fight the mate inst is mortally mortallywowtdwd mortallywounded mortallywounded
wounded and the rising hi only put down downby
by the release of o the imprisoned British Britishpriae BrltlahJlClae Britiabprise
priae crew The be ship is wrecked en the theh thei
BdJ h i coast All AJIre are re lost save av Susan S Sand
and n tomlnetoa With the aid of tbe
dyt dying g mate tee and Del by b superhuman efforts effortsthe e eertsthe < < ert erttlM
the sri trI dtags her unconscious 1IIICCi Iclau1 Iclau1Uhore lover loverashore laverashore
ashore and th un n faintsSusan faints faintsSusan falatsSINalJ
Susan taken take for a boy la Uuowa into a
Brittefa QrtU b priMn riMR Her MX ex ii s dfecorered dfecoreredXoraiagtoB tile n nReceMdag
and = she Ia takes to the losptal where
XoraiagtoB was carried carriedRecevectes carriedlteosveriag
Recevectes from flOlR fever t Susan f INIA Is issuked la lasultod issuited
suited by I y a aBrldMt aBrldMtCHAPTER British major majorCHAPTER majorCHAPTER
CHAPTER XXVI XXVIDelay XXVIJelay XXVIDelay
Delay DelayAD I IHAD
HAD H AD the the captain consulted his deelrea desireshe
he would certainly have endeavored endeavoredto i
to beguile b lIe the the tedium of what to him himwas himWh himwas
was a familiar Journey by engaging his hisyoung hisoung hiayoung
young companion in conversation but buthe I
he had been strictly charged to tell her Aeras heras heras
as little of f the circumstances that had hadled hadled
led to fret her Aer release as he could and pd to toavoid toavoid toavow I
avoid so far as a was possible po stble dwelling dwellingupon dwellingupon dwellingupon
upon Mornington his condition or his hisplane hispiau binplane
plane planeThe piauThe planeThe
The young lady herself was naturally naturallydeeply naturallydeeply naturallydeeply
deeply grateful to her vigorous and ef effective eCective effective ¬
fective protector But such is the sin singular singular singular ¬
gular selfishneB l hne of women in love loveand loveandthe loveandthe and andthe
the quality is perhaps more apparent in inmen Inmen Inmen
men in the th same circumstances clrcul118ta circumstancesthat circumstancesthatthe that thatthe thatthe
the rememberance of these services servicespreat servicesgreat emcesgreat
great and vital Ital though they were was waslost waslost wasoat
lost oat In the knowledge that Mornington Morningtonwas Mornngtonian
was U well that he had thought of her herthat berthllt herthat
that if ILord Lord Aklenford whom whom she sup supposed supp0800 supposed ¬
she sheloved
posed was w a relative o of f the th e man she sheloved sheloed
loved allowed it she might see him soon soonIndeed BOOnIndeed soonIndeed
Indeed when wh they entered en red the carriage carriageshe carrtueshe carriageshe
she had straightway questioned the cap captain captain captain ¬
tain upon these th points finding htm htmstrangely htmstranltely himstrangely
strangely reticent and unwilling to disc dis discus disCUMI ¬
cus c = uss anything aDythl or to impart any Infor Information Information laformatton ¬
mation save that which she > > 1e already alreadyposess a1red alreadypossessed
posess 1 possessed possessedHe > O d dHe dHe
He had told her that Alden was only onlya
a shcrt distance from Weymouth thatan that thatan thatan
an hours drive would bring her to the theHall theHall theHall
Hall She had only therefore to re repress reDret8 rebrese
press her souls impatience until that thatjourney thatjourney
journey had been made and all she shehoped shehoped s sYet
all
hoped would be made clear to her herto Yet Yettn Yetto
to repress repr her souls impatience was wasperhaps was1f wasperhaps
perhaps 1f > rhaps uider the circumstances drcumtJ UJce the thehrfrdest thphlCrde thehardest
hardest hlCrde t rat it that had been set to he hesince her hersince herInce
since she had dragged Mornington Morningtonthrough Mornlnltonthrouh Morningtonthrough
through the surf sur on the day of the thewrock thewrock th thwrack e
wrock wrockIn wrackIn wrockIn
In her weak eac condition Susan had no noroom noroom noroom
room for n r o great variety of emotions emotionsShe omotlon8She emotionsShe
She couK cou support Sta r > Ort but one subject of at attention attention 1 1tent1on ¬
tention MornlnptoH ornln oll had not come comeher to toher toher
her but she he was going to him = She Shewould Shewould Shewould
would see him That would suffice for forthe forthe forthe
the present Only to look at him would wouldsatisfy wouldtl wouldsatisfy
satisfy tl ty her h r now she sh thoughtFin thought thoughtfinally thouKhtf1n4lIy
Fin finally fly she leaned < 1 back in the t e com ¬
fortahle fortable carriage Arr and closed herXeyes he here eyes Yes to tolRm
dream lRm but not to sleep to shut out outeverything outv outeverything
everything v rythln < < hut the picture of him im imprinted 1muTlnted imprinted ¬
printed upon 111 > 011 her heart heartIn
In this manner man r the two illassorted
travelers reached the Hall Susan saw sa w
iKHore heio her a somewhat dilapidated but butnoble butnoble bu bunoble wt t
noble Ellw Ellvb4lthsn bthan castle a tJe Some of it itappeared ItPpea 1 1anpeaiwl t
appeared Ppea habitable but the major por POrtion portlon ¬
tion was in t a state of extreme decay deoca A
broad flight ftlt tt o of steps rose ro e from t the
drive shaded by noble oaks to the ter terrace terra terrace ¬
race ra upon which the mansion was built builtand buUtand builtand
and from the th terrace another anoU e > r night of ofsteps orste o osteoe
steps ste < < N led to thgreat the Kreat eat entrance hall In
the door of which stood a venerable and
dignified dh nltled figure ft Ra = nt in modest If somewhat somewhatworn hat hatworn t
worn livery liveryHe Iher IherHe vary varyHe
He did not look like lIk a Jailer nor did d
the house hou e In n the th least lee resemble re emble a prison
but the girl vv y this thi time was too im impatient 1mJAtlent irnpatient ¬
patient to give lye much thought tp 1 tIle these theseSTrFrancte se
th5ir STrFrancte J lasts assisted Susan
r to descend dace nc 1
from the carriage helped her carefully cretuUvup carefulliup
up the long flight of steps support supportbel supporther d
her gently across acro s the terrace and lnt lntthe into intothe intothe o
the door of the hall hallGood hallGood hallGood
Good morning mornin Sir Francis began beganthe beganthe
the man who stood in the doorway doorwayAhI doorwayAb
AhI Ab f Packihgham said Sir Franc Franctecheerfully Francbrcheertulb Franccheerfully
cheerfully how ow is veer our master masterHis ma masterHe er erBs
His lordship Is I doing very well in indeed 111deed Indeed ¬
deed sir considering all things thingshave and andhave andhave
have you youeee youYes ou ouythls
ythls Yes this Is the young oun lad lady wm Willsee he heBee
eee her now think youSir your yourSir you youSir
Sir Francis Franc was the answer h hhas he hehas he11a6
has been in a fever of impatience ever eversince ev evesince r rlinee
since we carried him into the house houseI hou e eI
I beg your pardon began be an Susanfalteringlyshe Susan Susanfalterlngly Su an anfalterlngly
falteringlyshe falterlngly ehe he had not the slightest in interest Interest n ntereat ¬
terest in Lord Aldenford A1denrordbut but I am amunit so sotlryl 80tlr
unit tlr oj an anX anthousalld anthousand
X thousand pardons exclaimed exclaimedFrancis Sir SirFrancis SIrFranria
Francis contritely I forgot bow ii iiyou ill illyou 111you
you had been A chair Packingham Packinghamfor PacklD < < ham hamfor
for or the lady ladyAll ladyAll ladyAll
All solicitude the officer assisted a i ted Su Susan Susan SuSan ¬
san into the great ball and sat h hdown her herdown herdown
down before a fireplace In which bur huge hugelogs h hlogs
logs were lOre burning cheerfully whl whlPaekinsnam whl1e whl1ePaeldngbam w wPaekingbam
Paekinsnam the butler ran for some somelight someU semiIl
light U ht refreshment rerr refreshmentow hment hmentNow
TNow Now ow Sir Francis said the servant servantvs servantwe en8ntwe
we have been expecting you u aDd andlordship We Welordship IdsIord6blp
lordship wants to sea the youns young lady as as500n a asoon i isoon
soon as convenient to her sir sIrI
jail He denies his guilt and the proved provedmendacity provedmendaott provedmendacity
mendacity of Pantchenko may result resultIn resultIn
In his liberation Dfi Lasey is a well welltodo welltodo welltodo
todo Vllna land owner a descendant of ofthe orthe ofthe
the famous French Marshal de Leads Lesslsand LessbJand Leadsand
and of Irish extraction on his mothersside mothers mothersside mothersside
side sideThe sideThe
sideThe The great trouble the authorities are areexperiencing areexperiencing areexperiencing
experiencing In their efforts etr r1s to check checkthe checkthe checkthe
the series of weird murders is the actthat act actthat I
that the neurotic tendencies responsible responsiblefor
for the murder murd r epidemic make It Im Impossible Impo88lble tinpossible ¬
possible to believe the witnessesfor witnesses wltne es upon uponwhom upon1hom
whom it is necessary to depend dependconviction for forconviction torconviction
conviction or even to determine wheth whether whother ¬
er the witnesses wltne e themselves them elves are aware awareof awareoC awareof
of It when they the speak falsely false1 Thesemurders These Thesemurders The e emurders
murders are becoming be omlng of such frequen frequency ¬ i
cy as to suggest that the whole coun country country country ¬
try is going g > ln crlP crittQ rtJr allY insaneJERSEYMAN insane insaneJERSEYMAN InaneJERSEYMANRIV
JERSEYMAN JERSEYMANRIV RIVALS RIVALSW ALS ALSW
W J BRYANS RECORD RECORDJwnes RECORIJRInt1I
Jwnes li I Martine the famous ora orator ornto orator ¬
tor to of New Jersey told the following followingstory fol1owlngstCn followingstart
story on himself him ell at a dinner recently recentlyHaopeninc reantl reantlH recentlyHappening
Happening H DPenJn in New ew York one after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon I thought I would like tole tolok tolokoer to le + k kover kover
over the th new station of the Jonra Ponnsylva Ponnsylvania Jonranla v vnia <
nia ru railroad road so I went to the office and andasked antia andcaked
asked a kel permission perm teuton from the man insideAms inside insideAra ln lcle lcleAr
Ara Ar you here h re in an official officialL a1 camto camtotr caDtiGfh
fh tr L L was askedNo asked askedNo aakPdNo
No I said Im only a fanner f trmer feed feedin teetIna feedins
in ins vou hungry mortals mortalsVeil
00 Veil then are you ou a member of oftlw oftlNa ofthe
the Legislature T alatu the be man asked askedNo akedNo askedNo
No I answered anwer but I have four fourlimes tourtimes fourtimes
times ben a candidate for the lower lowerbranch loerbranch lowerbranch
branch of the Legislature four tunes tlm acandidate a acandidate acandldte
candidate for State senator twice I ranfor ran ranfor ranfor
for Concress and on two occasionswas occasionswasa ctulons wu wua
a Dromisini > c candidate for governor covet ir r and andhad andml
had ml 1 the honor of beimr Lein talked ked of o for the theUnited theto
Muted United States to Senatorship and wait waitbeat wasbeat W Wt
beat t every ev rv timeood time timeood
ood heaven responded r ed my inquisi inquisitor Inr1ulstor inquisitor ¬
tor you have more courage tha than any anywhiteman a awhite anywhite
whiteman white man I ever saw And he called calleda
a mesveneer Jnt > Mentrer and provided me with with ith a apass aOft anags
pass Oft to m through the buildings bullcIlruse b Idings New
York Tribune Trtbu t >
I beg your pardon sir said Susan Susanto
to her escort but you OU told me that
Lieutenant Mornington was w here and I Igathered Igathered Igathered
gathered that he hI was 1 not welL Indeed Indeedit
it i t must mu t be so else he would w Ukl have taken takenyour tak takyour takesyour
your place placeMornington placeJlornlncton placeMornington
Mornington exclaimed the t e oM oklserv oklservant serv servant servant ¬
ant apparently gratly surprised surpl Ied at this thtasimple U thissimple
simple mm e6tat statement statementIs nL
Is 1 he not here asked Susan pit pitoously pltooualY pitoaualY
oously noting DOt1n the old mans s amaze amassment amazement ama2e ama2ement ¬
ment mentYM
mentYes Yes yes certainly A prisoner like Mkeyourself 1Ikeyouraelt likeourself
yourself y ourself for torablo8Inr ah losing his ship you youknow yOu yOukJlow Youknow
know said Id Captain Bloundeil soaking bakt bakthis
his head at the astonished butler If IfSusan IfSWlaD ILSusan
Susan had been observant she could coukl1te coukl1teeen haveseen have haveseen
seen that the officer distinctly winked atthe at atthe atthe
the man Of course cow you shall se hint
directly but this place belongs to < < t Lord
Aldeeiord You know he is the head headthe et etthe ofthe
the house houseIs houehIs houseIs
hIs Is he related to Lieutenant M Mfrnln Mfrnlnton 3lerning nlnE
ton tonr asked the girl gteLCertainly girlCertainly girlCertainly
Certainly very closely and I think R kwould Rwould Itould
would ould perhaps perba be juat as well ell to sle > e him hkafirst himtint Minifirst
first firstBut
But I want to see Robert RobertMr Mr Mr Morn MornIngton MeraInalon Mern1D
Inalon 1D < < ton right away I cant wait waitMy waitMy waitMy
My dear lady instated BloundeH BloundeHgently BlouDdeHxently BloundeHgently
gently this I am afraid is I a cane caewhere caaebere canewhere
where bere you will l have to heed the wishes wtefaesof Yo Yoor
of his hJ lordship lordshipYou lordshipY lordshipYou
You Y ou are keeping keePl something omelhlD from me mecried mecried 80 80cried
cried the girL Lieutenant Morningtoa Morningtoais Mornin Mornins
is I s not here He is 1 > > ill 1I1dead IlldeadI dead deadI
I give you my word answored anew 8d Sir SirFrancis SIrFranc1s
Francis quickly that he is here and andwhile andwhile ad adhUe
while hUe he is not particularly well I am amsure aJftlIure amsure
sure he soon will be But now you must mustask mu mustask t ta
ask a me no more questions You shallsee shall shallsee 8ha11He
see him some time today without fall fallindeed failndeed
indeed I I think I may say M it Is s his hilithat wish wtahthat wishthat
that you should see Lord AJdenford AJdenfordnrst AJdentordtint Adenfordfirst
tint And indeed let me remind you youthat youhat OU OUthat
that t you are not a free agent but butI buthI
hI I am still a prisoner 118On < < you would wouldsay woulday wouldsays
say says said Susan at once acquiescent acquiescentI uIMCeDt uIMCeDtI
HI I dont understand but if he wisheswhat wishes wishesit wi be beIt
it
whatHeaven By Heaven thought tkou bt Bloundeil Bloundell1what Bloundellt i iwhat
what t a lucky dog Bob B b is to be sure sureThe aureTbe sureThe
The girl is absolutely willing wuna to do any anything anythlnx
thing for him even on a mere intimation intimationfrom Intimationnm
from Irt nm m me that he wants it it Well hes hesa
a good fellow but hang him I wish Id Idseen Idseen Idseen
seen her lint Some men do have all the theluck theluck theluck
luck Im glad I slapped that tha beggar beggarWengard begarergard beggarWeggard
Wengard ergard though thoughSusan thOUChSusan thoughSinn
Susan rose lOH to her feet and signified signifiedher algnMedher lfted lftedher
her readiness roadlue s for the he audience with Lord LordAldenford LonIAJdentoni
Aldenford She could not understandwhy understand understandwhy UOOtK8tandwhy
why MolIlln Mornington < < ton had not come to her or orallowed orallowed orallowed
allowed her to go to him but if It were werehis werehis werehis
his wish that was Wl enough for her herI belhI
hI I beg your pardon my ladymaam ladymaamI
I mean began Packingnam vho was wasevidently waseidently wasevidently
evidently the chief factotum of the he cas castle castle cantie ¬
tle but Lord Aldenford had me lay layout layout layout
out some clothes dresses dre 8eS and furbelowswhich furbelows furbelowswhich turbelowswhich
which he had brought from London Londonthinking Londonthinking Londonthinking
thinking your wardrobe might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been lost in the ship shipI
I want nothing said s k1 Susan Impa Impatiently impatJentTy impartientTy ¬
tiently but to get this interview over overso overno
so that I can see seeBut seeHut seeBut =
But madam began Bloundell Hif HifLord if ifLord ifLord
Lord Aldenford v1 wishes wishesI he heI
I care nothing whatever about his hiswishes hiswishes
wishes wishesBut wishesBut l hes hesBut
But if Mornington should express a adesire adesire
desireThat desire desireThat desireThat
That were different But clotheswould clothes clotheswould clotheswouJd
would matter nothing nothln to him If I am amto amto amto
to see his lordship it must mu t be this way wayor W8 W8or wayor
or not at t all allFor allFor allFor
For once the appeal ppe to Mornlngtons
Influence apparently had failed failedOh failedOh
Oh very for well then said Sir
Francis and Packingham to whom hom the thesuggestion thesuglfestlon thesuggestion
suggestion had been largely due made madeno madeno madeno
no further objection objectionWhere objectionWhere objectionWhere
Where is his lordship Jord hlI1 hlI1Ill
In th the library maamConduct maam maamConduct maamConduct
Conduct me there at once then said
the girL sirLGad xlrLGad girLGad
Gad remarked Sir Francis to him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self shes to the manner born all allright allrich allright
right if she Is an American The way wayshe waye
she he e ordered Packingham about reminds remindsme
me of nothing so much as the captain captainof
of a ship shipSir shipSir
Sir said Susan turning to Bloun ¬
dell shall I see you here when I re ¬
turn turnThat
That you wit returned the youirman young youngman OU OUman
man heartily rtUy I am Lord Aldenfords
best be t friend and I told him I would see seethe ge
the thine through thro for his Jake but now
that I have seen you Y U allow me to say
madam that It t needs no word from him
I should s see e it through for your own ownand Ownand ionsand
and I am only onl sorry that I didnt have
the first chanceAll chance chanceAll haneeAll
All of which was Greek to poor Susan
I am very grateful to you she he renarked re remarked roJnarked ¬
marked and I shall aha I nopo to ranvey
my thanks and gratitude to you ou m our
better acquaintance If fade Indeed a pris prisoner prisoner ¬
oner is to have any rights tHnt i are to
be respected respectedShe re respectedShe pected pectedShe
She stretched out her hand to him him himand hImnd
and nd Sir Francis bowed over It like tho thopliant thegallant thogallant
gallant gentleman that he was and kiss kissed kissed ¬
ed it ere he relinquished rUnqut het1 it itHer itHer itHer
Her adieus being bein made she stepped
to the library door beside which Pack ¬
ingham stood drawn up In rigid rJ and
dignified Immobility As she approached
he threw the door open oDengrandly grandly and
then first remembered reme > mbered that he did not
know the lays llk s name nameI
I beg your pardon p rdon maam rnaamhe he bar barred barred barred ¬
red the way wa when she would have 13e on
> tered terMHoot but will you kindly kind I give ge meyour me meyour meyour
your name nameHHbbell nmeuHubbeUSu
HHbbell uHubbeUSu Susan an Hubbell answered answerede answeredPaeklnham
the e girt girtPacklnRham girlPaekingham
PacklnRham looked aghast at at the thecombination thecombination
combination but but ut recovered himself In
due time and roared it through that thatgreat thatpMt
great peicing cing baronial vial hall as if It had been
that of foe one of the duchesses of the old ¬
en time timeMiss timeM1 timeMiss
Miss M1 g Susan Su an Hubbell he cried In an anastonishingly anastonishingly
astonishingly 7 JIY deep voice Uto to see Lord LordGad
Aldenford AldenfordGad AldenfordGad
Gad murmured Sir Francis watch
Ing the scene back In the hall Its agood a agood agood
good thing thin that shes got beauty to trcompensate tocompensate tocompensate >
compensate for that Susan However
half of the name will soon be changed changedor
or Im no judge jud e Lucky Bob
And so the door closes upon him and
he departs from this history htstol as he steps stepsout stepsout stepsout
out upon the th walk to reflect upon his
bad fortune in having met Susan too
late lateTbc lateThe
The Continuation of This Story Stot Will
Be Fonnd In TetnorrewIssue Tomorrow TomorroTrsXurue TomorrowIuue +
Issue of The Times
J
CHEEK BONE RESET RESETBY RESETBY RESETBY
BY LOUD 11KERC KERCHOO KERCHOO1VINSTED KERCHOOVI tHOO tHOOWINSTED
1VINSTED VI STED Conn June 1SA 18 A sneeze sneezesnapped sneZe9I14tDOO sneezesnaiiped
snapped a broken cheek bone back backinto bckInto backinto
into place for Policeman Charles Sdnillor Schil Schiller SoIIIJlor ¬
lor of Hartford The bone was wa broken brokenby brokenby brokenby
by a baseball two weeks ago asoDoctors aoDnctoMl agoDoctors
Doctors wore at his home to onerate onerateon
on him when a salve he had applied appliedto
to his cheek sot into his nose and he hesneezed hesn hesneezed
sneezed sn zod violently When he finished finishedthe finishedthe nlehedthe
the sneeze there was no Job for the thedoc thedoctors
doctors doc rs
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSATTflNAT AMUSEMENTSNight JS I IWed
NATION ATTflNAT Night 1Eht mcesasc we gee ILl
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