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Every Game Demonstrates DemonstratesMore DemonstratesMore DemonstratesMore
More Clearly Value alue of ofPunters ofPunters ofPunters
Punters PuntersNEW Puntersw PuntersNEW
NEW w YORK yOft Oct 10Glvo us drop dropkickers dropkickers
kickers thfe Ui jj i l the cry c now going up upfrom upfrom upfroni I
from various football camps Nearly Nearlyevery Nearlyctno NearlycVerv
every ganio arne this season has 88 emphasized emphasizedti
ti tip > fact that under the new rules the thevalue thealue thealue
value alue of a good drop kicker has lia boon boongreatly beengreaUy boongreay
greatly enhanced enhancedtturdays f fSaturdays taturdays
Saturdays games particularly point pointed 1OlntJ ¬
ed J out this moral A long list of shut shutcuts shutouts shututs
cuts uts where the losing teams te ms came almost almostwithin almostwithIn almostithin
within ithin sight of a score but failed failedthrough taUedthrough failedthrough
through the inability of a suretoed suretoedki suretoedlikker
ki likker ker proved that hereafter the thecoaches thocoafhe thecoache
coaches will have to pay more attention attentionto
to this feature of the game gameThe gamcThe gameThe
The new rule preventing the pushing pushingor
or hauling of o the man carrying the th ball ballby b ballby I1 I1b
by b t his team mates and which cuts cutsdown cutstIon cutsdown
down interference for the runner to a anegligible anrgUgiblo ancgligibIe
negligible quantity makes It extremely extremelydifficult cottromelydifficult extremelydifficult
difficult to advance the ball by rushing rushingwhen rushln rushlnwhen rushingwhen
when a team te m is lighting stubbornly In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the shadow of its own goal posts postsThe postsThe postsThe
The weakness weakne s Is so apparent that al already already already ¬
ready there is I a strong demand In which whichMike whlehll1ke whichMike
Mike Murphy Iurph is taking the lead for a achange achange achange
change In the rules making m klng it necessary necessaryto nece a ato
to gain but five yards on four downs downswhen downwhn downsWhen
when within the 5yard line lineThe UneThe lineThe
The rule permitting a player to re return return return ¬
turn to the game after leaving It can canbe canbe canbe
be made to work a big advantage to a ateam at aS ateam
S team t m that possesses po e a good drop kicker kickerfor kickerfor kickerfor
for he can be rushed into the game at atany atany atany
any opportune moment to try for a ascore as a84orc
score s orc from the field and then repJa repJaby replacedby replaced replacedby
by another of greater groundgaining groundgainingability groundgainingability groundgainingability
ability abilityYALE abilityYALE abilityYALE
Graduates Are Urged to Get Getto Getto Getto
to New Haven Without WithoutDelay WithoutDelay VithoutDeJa
Delay DelayNEW DeJa DelayNEW y yNEW
NEW HAVEN Conn Oct 10 lOYale lOYalef01tball 10Yalefotbali Yala Yalafootball
football coaches today decided to take takemore takemore takemore
more strategic 8trat lc measures measures in preparing preparingfor preprinfor preparingfor
for the West rest Point game next Satur Saturcjf Saturt Satur4y
cjf 4y t y They The agree that the rush line linoU5t linetlU lineut
tlU U5t t be strengthened and that all the thesecrot therret
secrot 1 rret 1 t practice possible po lble must be taken takenbefore takenbrre takenbcfore
before the trip to the military acad academy academy acadC ¬
emy emyA emyA C my myA
A call was sent today to a dozen of ofYales ofdcs ofitlcs
Yales dcs bestknown be tknown former line play players phycr ¬
cr ers 1 and a general genera response re pon e is expect expected eotpetEd expetod ¬
ed by tomorrow The task task of improv improving1 ImproInS ImprorIrig ¬
InS the rush line will be left to them themIt themIt themI
I It is expected that Foster Sanford Sanfordwho Sanfordwhl Sanfordwho
who has been the principal coach in intuilding inluiIding
tuilding up Yales defense will be behero bellrr behere
hero llrr most of the week The secret secretliractice secretJ secretrartico
J liractice ractice program which had been beenafreet beenn boonagree
agree n reel1 upon not only closes cl ckesthe es the gates gatesof gategof gatesof
of Yale FleTtf Fiero for Z r the first time this thiss
s < ason l On > every day of the week wee but it itincludes itcludps I
includes cludps an order for evening prac practice practltn practir ¬
tice tir It was JUI announced that the gates gatesyrculd gateswluld gatesS
S yrculd uld not be opened till 31 31i daily dailyend dailynnd dailyznd
end that the squad would report even evenIPRS eenIr evenIrgs
IPRS Ir hS for work on the gymnasium floor floorThis floorItis floorri
This ri will be almost entirely signal re rei
i i lr irsal irsalVale irsalVaic al alYale
Vale coaches COk bes said SQ sai il that they the regarded regardedHe r rogardeflIcrly e eHCd
He lIcrly ly Cross as one of the strongest strongestijjnor strongestinor
ijjnor inor colleges playing combinations of oftic oftc
tic t < TCaxt Captain pt8ln Daly D l said that he hetl hetloJ hethought
tl tloJ thought iRht ht West r est t Point would not be a 8 bit bithauler bithtrtler
hauler har el for Yale to beat jat next Saturday Saturdaytlnn SaturdaytL Saturdaytln
tlnn tL n Holy Cross was last Saturday SaturdayTJio SaturdayTh1l SaturdayTiit
TJio Yale players think that the fail failure tanurl fallur ¬
url ur of the officials officl ls to enforce the new newrults newruhl newruIM
rults amounts to a nullification Run RunIKFS Runro Runtp
IKFS ro takins takln = a forward pass are not pro profofeil pro1etetl protetetl
fofeil by th < officials who have been beenlcro beenI beenLre
lcro I He Bomeisler was crlpcied for sev several BeVell1 5everxI ¬
eral weeks b by > y lwine tackled as he was wastakinc wastakinc wastklnE
takinc a forward pass yet his tackier tackiervas t8tklerwa tacklernOt
wa vas < not penalized naJfzed Holy Cross players playershurdled plaershro1led playershr
hurdled hr lied Yale catchers of forward passes passesroughly pli passesrotgh1y se8 se8rOt1JhJy
roughly without incurring incurrin a s penalty In Inany inany Inany
any case caseThe caCleThe caseTie
The injuries to Bomeisler Bomcisl r and Howe Howelave Howelv HoweF
lave lv F arc proved so o severe that there Ss is no nochance nohance noC
hance C for either getting into the Vest WestT VestTolnt Vestoint
T Tolnt oint game ame mt > Field 1eI4l Hl will be benched two twoor twoor twoor
or three weeks more because of his dis dislofited dls101too d dIOttCd
lofited shoulder The rapid develop development deelopmcnt development ¬
ment of Baker and Tommers two fast fasthalfbacks futhalfbacks fasthalfbacks
halfbacks has delighted the coaches coachesand coache6I1rd coachesarJ
and both will be worked regularly this thisweek thiswCtk thisweek
week as second string men Baker Bakrs Ba r rs
s s the fastest back to ret t around the theend theend theend
end on the team and Tommers hits hitsthe hitsthe hitsThe
the line hardest He is the varsity base basebill bIublJl basebl1
bill pitcher pitcherAs DUcherGEORGETOWN pitcherGEORQETON
As 18 tho prospects pro pcct arc bright at George Georgetown Gcorset Georgetown ¬
town t wn College this fall for turning out outa outa outa
a a winning basketball team Prof Joyce Joycethought Toycethought Joycethought
thought it advisable to have early e6rl prac practTre pracFcc practce
Fcc and get the men in shape in order ordertat ordertLat ordertLat
tLat they may m work ork well together by bytuc byC bytse
tuc C time their first game is scheduled scheduledThin 5clululcdTIll scheduledT1113
Thin TIll > morning < all of the candidates candidatesfor candIdatesfo
for fo the th baaketball etb8ll team will report to toTrcf toFrCf toFrcf
FrCf Joyce at the Ryan Gymnasium for fortit forCeil fortiir
tit Ceil ir first tryout tryoutThat 11OUtThat tryoutThat
That the team made such an excellent excellentrcoord excellentrrd excellentIc
rcoord Ic rd last year is largely Jal ely responsible responsiblefor responl b1e b1ef
for f r the reorganization of the quint quinttiin quintLL quintifl
< tiin LL ifl TI this year Among the teams that thatrgetown that1Iton thatrgetown
< > rgetown won front last year was wasUiUimore wasEtimore 88 88rt
UiUimore rt t rnore City College St St Johns Col Colic ColI Colir ¬
ic I L Cc T and Callaudet CallaudetThe GallaudetTl1c GaHaudetTh
The Th team will lone but one man from fromlast fromList fromii
last ii years yt > artc team teem and as there is plenty plentyr plent plentd plentyflW
r d 1 new material to pick JI < k from there thete the e is isr IsT isdoubt
r > doubt but what Georgetown will willI willanother
I o l c another winning team this fall fallAmong fallthe
Among 1111 the ok old men who ho will report reportmorning reportmomlnK reportmorning
morning IN Klngsley Cogan who whojaycd wholYfd
jaycd 7 lYfd forward last year Sitterding SitterdingY
i y y Graham and Vymard WymardAt Vymardl
At l the present enaent time it Is not known knownv knownthtr
v s thor there t ere will be a varsity varsih team on ont ont ont
t i jield tills year or not Prof Proto Joyce is isr 18llD isiindedded
r > undecided llD ded about letting lettin men from fromdepartments fromC
C t 1 departments join the team teamf te8111r te8111rtTietowlI
f tTietowlI t < rgetowii r may enter ent r the Capital Capitaltv
tv t League Lett < ue in order to have regular regularTarries rcularJ
Tarries J nps and also a chance for the Die Dtef
r t championship championshipCANDIDATES championshipCANDIDATES hamplolhJhtpCANDIDATES
ITHNCA N Y Oct liThe The frosh froshr
r I crew rew registration re lstration at Cornell Uni Uniwrsity UnIIsity Unit
wrsity t rsity has broken br9ken all records ac acriing acrdng acrung
rung to the figures given outtoday outtoda outtodarhre outtodayiirre
rji rhre rre are 146 candidates out as asr liSlcafn8t itsriinst
lcafn8t r ifnst 122 last year Coach Courtney Courtneysufficiently Courtnoyiffic1ently
t sufficiently ficJently convalescent to coach a
few combinations qn n the inlot
Calendar of fSports Sports for the Week WeekHOKDAY WeekMO WeekMONDAL
Womens national golf championship begins at Homowood C C C CFlOM CFlOMmore Floss Flossmore FIo FIomore
more 111 111Opening 111Opening IllOpening
Opening of annual exhibition of Louisville Horse Show Association AssociationAnnual AssociationAnnual AssociationAnnual
Annual field trials of the Brunswick Foxhound Club Barre BarrJ Mass MassOpening l 1asg 1asgOpening asa asaOpening
Opening of grand circuit race meeting at Oklahoma City Qkla QklaBattling OklaBattling Ohm OhmBattling
Battling Nelson vs Monte M ntc Attell ten roundsxat round at Kansas City CityJohnny CityJohnny CityJohnny
Johnny Frayn vs Phil Brock ten rounds rou ds at Canton Ohio OhioTUESDAY OhioTUESDAY OhioTUESDAY
TUESDAY TUESDAYClevelandCincinnati TUESDAYClevelandCincinnati TUESDAYClevelandCincinnati
ClevelandCincinnati postseason begins in Cincinnati CincinnatiLight CincinnatiLight CincinnatiLight
Light harness meetings at Lexington Ky Richmond Va Kagerstown KagerstownMd HagerstDw1Id HagerstowiMd
Md Birmingham Ala Stafford Springs Sprin Conn and Greensboro GraeusfeoroN
WEDNESDAY TTEDXBSDAYSeventyfivehour lYEDliESDAYSeventyfivehour WEDNESDAYSeventyfivehour
Seventyfivehour goasyouplease walking contest starts in St St Louie LouieAmateur LoulAmateur LoWeAmateur
Amateur wrestling championships of Pacific Athletic Atl feuc Association in inSan inSan inSan
San Francisco
Canadian intercollegiate tennis championships ch plonships begin in Toronto TorontoGiqntsHighlanders TorQ TorortoGiqntsHighlanders lo loGiqntsHighlanders
GiqntsHighlanders postseason begins in New York YorkOpening YorkOpening YorkOpening
Opening of annual horse show of Portland Club Portland Ore OreFRIDAY OrcaFRIDAY OreFRIDAY
National track and field championships of Amateur Athletic Union at atNew atNew atNew
New Orleans OrleansJohnny OrleansJohnn OrleansJohnny
Johnny Johnn Coulon vs Earl Denning ton rounds at Milwaukee MilwaukeeJack MilwaukeeJack MilwaukeeJack
Jack Burns vs Jim Stewart ten rounds at New York YorkJimmy YorrJimmy YorkJimmy
Jimmy Walsh vs S Joe Shea fifteen rounds at Waterbury Conn ConnSATURDAY ConnSATURDAY Con ConSATURDAY
National track and field championship of AmAteur Am < teur Athletic Athi tIc UaJoB Uak a at atNew atNew atNew
New Orleans OrleansOpening OrleansOpening OrleansOpening
Opening of Texas State fair race meeting at Dallas DallasOpening DallasOpening DallasOpening
Opening of race meeting of Maryland Jockey Club at Pimlico PimlicoAnnual PimlicoAnnual PimlicoAnnual
Annual meeting of the Brotherhood of American Trappers at Sabula SabulaIowa SakIIowa SabelaIowa
Iowa IowaStart IowaStart IowaStart
Start of annual annuallOOOmile 1000mile reliability run of Chicago Motor Club
Boer Bo Heavyweight Boxer BoxerHas BoxerHas BoxerHas
Has Shown Shown Much Class ClassIn ClassIn ClassIn
In Amateur Bouts BoutsLONDON BoutsLONDON BoutsLONDON
LONDON Oct ItHugh Hugh D Mcla Mclatosh Mclatosh McIntosh
tosh Is not going to have it all his own ownway ownwa ownway
way wa In the world search f fr r a white whitachampion wbltchampion whitechampion
champion to snatch the lauels from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the brow bro of Jack Johnson JohnsonMacs JbnsunMacs on onMacs
Macs rival is coming COmlDl from the most mostunexpected mootuneotpectcd mostunexpected
unexpected source It Is none other than thanReggie thanRebsle thanReggie
Reggie Walke Walker the South African speed speedmerchant speedmerchant
merchant who took Rector Kerr and andCartmeU nd ndCartmell ndCartmeli I
CartmeU into camp In th tM sprint for the theOlympic theOlympic theOlympic
Olympic championships champlon hlp Walker is issending Istendlng Issending
sending for John Storbeck to com come to toEngland toEngland toEngland
England from his hi South African farm farmStorbec farmStorbee farmStorbec
Storbec kis a big young Boer farmer farmerwho farmerwho farmerwho
who came over overto to England last spring spnngand spnngandon springandwon and andwon
won on the English amateur championship championshipIn hanplon hlfl hlflIn
In a few punches beating the he bast b t of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them hero In hollow styi style Storbeck Stor 1t is isonly Isonly isonly
only twentyone years old stands fully fullysix fullyMx
six fe feet t one inch and weighs when fit fitabout fit fitabout fitabout
about 20S pounds Ho Hois is a gam game hard hardhitting hardhilting herdhitting ¬
hitting lighter that with some more tx txperience tXperlence x xperience
perience may make things troublesome troublesomefor troub e efor
for the white men who have designs designson de l ns
on Johnson Storbeck has Hever fought foughtprofessionally foughtprofessionally uughtproCesslonaUy
professionally but in trial bouts against againstthe againstthe
the best pros that have visited the t Cap Caphas Capbas Cape Capehas I
has mora than held his own ownWhen ownWhen I
When hen Jimmy Britt was in South Soulbrjca Af Africa Atrica ¬
rica last winter wInter he saw w Storbeck box boxon boxon boxon
on several occasions and on returning returningto
to England informed his friends frien I that if ifthey Ittbey Ifthey
they sent the Wg Ig Boor up for th the cham championship championship chainplonship ¬
pionship he would win in a walk Jim Jimmy Jlm1IY Jimaiy ¬
my got the laugh for his predictions predictionsbut
but all he said nevertheless came true trueWalker trueValker trueWalker
Walker has made a contract with Stor Storbeck Starbttck Storheck ¬
beck and when he lands him here will willput willut willDut
put ut him against a couple of the dubs to toof tocoax
coax him alon along Once he gets outside outtideor outsideof I
of them Reggie wlll W1J wliNsend send d him along akngagainst i iagainst I
against again t the best bestThis bestThis bestThis
This search for a white man is going goingto goingto goingto
to prove some harrowing harro 1ng game and andmore andmore i imore
more than one reputation is going to be beblasted j jblasted Iblasted
blasted before success has perched upon uponthe uponthe
the banner of the knight errant The Theopening Theopeplng Theopedng
opening or Mclntoshs campaign in Lon London London London ¬ I
don will be signalized by one of the thegreatest thegreate thegreatest
greatest t gatherings ever witnessed witnessedaround witnessedaround witnessedaround
around an English ringside ringsideA t tA
A couple of promoters here are trying tryingto tryln I Ito
to checkmate Macs moves moves by signing signingup sIJnlnup signingup
up all the available big men but when whenthe whpnI whenthe
the real long green that the Australian AustraH1nas AustralianBritish ustralianis
I as willing to pa pay is flashed tinder thlil thlilI tlwirBritish
British countenances they the will ilI fly to tothe toI tothe
I the camp of the Mclntosh instant In5tantr In5tantrOutside InstantrOutside r rOutside
I Outside of Peggy Bettison promoters promotershero promotHshero promotershero
hero have never been anxious amciousto to pay paythe paythe paythe
the boxers over well w ll and their memo memories memories
ries are long enough to remember it itMclntoshs ItlcInt08hs itMcIntoshs
Mclntoshs invasion is hailed with withlght le do1ght < lelght
lght by b the milled miUt d men and they are arelooking ar arekoking
looking 1 oking forward to a feast feastNELSON feastNELSONTO feastNELSONTO
Former Champion Will Attempt to toCome toCome toCome
Come Back Against Untried UntriedBoxer UntriedBoxer UntriedBoxer
Boxer Tonight TonightKANSAS TonightI TonightKANSAS
KANSAS CITY JIo ro Oct 10 lBatt1Jng lBatt1JngreI8on 10BattlIngNelson Battling BattlingNelson
I Nelson the onetime star will try to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night to come back against Monte MonteDale ronteDale ontn ontnDale
Dale a Western OiItern lightweight The Th con contest conI contest ¬
test t will be a 8 tenround one a distance distancenot d distancenot stan stannot
I not all to the liking of the former cham champion champlon ham hampion ¬
pion but it will serve to show sho whether whetherhe whthtrhe whetherhe
he still is there with the steam steamI steamUnllk6 steamUnlike
I Unlike tries T or any of the others otherswho othtSwho otherswho
who have attempted to come back backKelson backellIOn backNelson
Nelson ellIOn is not going against a whirl whirlwind whirlwind whirlwind ¬
wind Little Is known in these parts partsabout partsabout partsabout
about Dale and it is considered unlikely unlikelyDale unliktlD1e unlikelyDale
Dale will do more than give the Bat Battler Battler BattIer ¬
tler a litle exercise exerciseXelson oxerciseNelson xerclseXelson
Xelson has an eye on a bout with withOneRound withOm withOneRound
OneRound Om > Round Hogan whom he hopes hopesto hopesto hopesto
to meet before the Frisco Club ClubDANIELS ClubDANIELS ClubDANIELS
NEW V YORK Oct 18In In the tl1 coming comingseries con1ln con1lnseries comingseries
series between the New York Giants Giantsand Gianfsand Giantsand
and Highlanders HI hJanders Daniel the fleet left leftfielder lEnftelder htfielder
fielder of the Highlanders will try to tobeat tobeat tobeat
beat the record made by Hans Lobcrt Lobcrtyesterday LobCrlYeflterd Ibertyesterday
yesterday Yeflterd In circling the bases in 13 134 134eeonds i 4 4seconds 13 13seconds
seconds secondsNew eeondsNew secondsNew
New York fans believe Daniels is i th thfastest thfaMest thr thrfastest
fastest man in the game today not ex exceptlng cacepting i iceptlng
ceptlng Joi Josh h Devore of the Giants Giator GiatorTy or ori orTy
i Ty Cobb of Detroit They have seen S n the thtspeedy 111speedy thespeedy
speedy Dutchman of the Reds and are areconfident arpconftdfnt areconfident
confident that Daniels can clip a fifth fifthdf fifthfa fifthdf
df fa a second seeo d from his record recordBREAKS recordBREAKS recor recorBREAKS
MAHAKOY CITY Pa Oct 10 10John 10JohnE John JohnE
E Wolfe rotfe of Mahanoy 1labano Plane who whoholds whoholds ho hoI
holds h 01d the strikeout record of this re reeton relon regtpn
eton lon was put nlt out of the business for fortho forthb forthb
I thb yoar yoa 01 during dlrIR practice > raetice today tads tadsIHLUed A Abatted Abatted
batted ball b Jl broke four fingers of f his hispitching hislitoJdnJ hispitohing
pitching band
Coaches Say There Will Bel BelMan Be BeMan BeMan
Man Back of Center As AsFormerly AsFormerly AsFormerly
Formerly FormerlyThose
Those who have been worrying about aboutwhat aboutbat aboutwhat
what bat te to become ec it C the th quarterback qaartfttMlekfar j
no far as his It old duties dUlle are concerned concernedcan eoDC8MCIcan eoenedcait
can rest easily for a tune as as accord according aeoonII ccordlag ¬
lag I to two or three coaches whose whoseopinions whoMopIDioIUJ whoseopinions
opinions must m be respected ted the man who whohandled whohandled whohandled
handled the ball from the center to the thebacks thebaek thebacks
backs under the th old rules will be used usedin uSfdIn usedin
in much the same way under the new newcode newcode newcode
code in spite of the fact that no D re restrictions rf rfstrlctiens restrictions ¬
strictions against running runl1in with tbe ball ballare ballare ballare
are now placed ecl on the th first one to re receive re receive iscelve ¬
ceive it itSo It ItSo itSo
So far as can t be > e judged most of the thecaches theOfioChe theoehes
caches will 111 place p e the cuarterback uarte ack dl dlrettly 4J 4JrfkUybeblnd diretly
rettly rfkUybeblnd behind he center rush aa in inother Inother I Iother
other years for the purpose pu of clll directingthe directing directingthe tac tacthe
the attack covering eovertn up plays Ia and betas betasin beta beinghi I
in a position to dive through the center centerwhen eent eentwhen er erwhen
when least expected for a sure If only onlya en1
a short gain gainIn gainIn n nIn
In some formation all four backs wiU wiUbe iM iMhe I
be lined up in a row but under ordinary ordinarycircumstances orcttDatycircumstan ordinarycircumstances
circumstances circumstan es the quarterback will be befound befound befound
found in the th place pla < e that haw come to be beconsidered beconsidered beconakiered
considered the keynote < of the attack attackBOXER attaCkBOXER attackBOXER
BUFFALO H FF LO X Y Oct l WFredfrIck WFredfrIckMunim Frederick FrederickXuinm FffdfrlckMUlnm
Xuinm a a pugilist is held at police policeheadquarters policeheadquarteni policeheadquarters
headquarters here on a charge of man manslaughter manIaughter manslaughter ¬
slaughter pending an inquest into the thedeath thedeatl thedeath
death of Frank Gittere krown as asHviand uKid uKidHvJaD Kid KidHvlaiMl
HvlaiMl which occurred early Uly today todayIn
In the seventh round of f a tenround tenroundbout tenroundbout tenroundbout
bout between letw n Mumm umm an anl l Gittere late on onSaturday onturda onSaturday
Saturday turda night Gittere va vas lI sent to the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor with a blow on the jaw He died diedthis dkdthis diedthis
this morning mornin without ithmt regaining n lnlng con consciousness 011JCiQusnes coitsciousnesi ¬
sciousness He H had h hpmon mon h hg ll ue e of the thebrain thfbrain thebrain
brain probably caused by th < > impact of ofhLs orhb ofhL
hLs hL head h d with the floor Gittee GitttpwaJ GitttpwaJtwtntyfour was wastwentyfour wastwentyfour
twentyfour years ars old and was as married marriedbut marrkdbut marriedbut
but two weeks ago
rrtMM lrmsiclsdfrm ltJti frm rom aft Lc French ty Ffo FfoCroneJones Flreiscc FlreisccTHE rtNICe rtNICeTHE
WITHOUT A CroneJones CroneJonesCopyright Cr CrJencsCopyright J JCopyright
Copyright 1910 15l Ilt by The Frank A Munsey Company
Synopsis of Preceding Prece ing Chapters ChaptersBarrafea ChaptersBarraN ChaptersBarrabas
Barrafea a sculptor rsturiui returuto to Bis BiskOM blsJMme 1i13Mme
Mme t te find his wife murdered his htadaughter hieclaugtater hisdaughter
daughter Evclyae uncoaeclooa and his hiscon his50ft hIssoil
con 50ft Poljrtere a youth of twenty gibber glbberMC Glbbhi gibberlug <
MC Jn a loft The boy aaya J b he BM BMkilled haS haakilled haSkilled
killed ate Jd mother and the father writes writesa writea
a letter tee to the dead womans brother brothertaktup breUtertaJrtRI brOthertakhw
taktup the crime on eu himself Then ho hoJIeeL hOsees no noHMO
HMO r rBftivftbM CBsrt
JIeeLBan BftivftbM Ban sbi seek the IMUM 1 of f Mareadhin Mareadhina I1U ldare ldarea dlan dlana °
a lawyer law and hit wifes brother to vsom WORhe WO4ILhe vsombe
he had written his confeMlon Thor be bemeet 1MAddh bemeets
meets meet Addison eR KioK KiD Kingsley ey J an American Americanmillionaire AmericaatLIlllAft AinerteanMll4ionaIre
millionaire who practically kidnaps hIm 111mF hImPur iiliaFw
Fw 2 2QWUb < ft i6 be agreM gre to marry Lucie LucieWeil LudeWetl LucieWell
Well with whom hill strange beets son sonte tORlatatuaucL SonS
S te Infatuated At Kinst Kiney y instance be bechange beeluut hechaies
change eluut his identity and becomes Cbarloa CbarloaDouKlaic Chari ChariDooctaM ChSXIOSDouglass
Douglass an American AmericanBarrabiMi Amer1eanDana AmericanBanIns
BarrabiMi Dana wakes in Ute howe frf his hiartrMe hisMnut hisstrange
strange Mnut bust and hU traMformattoa intO totoChfcrte IBteDouIClaM intOC1isse
Chfcrte Douglass 1 is wmpleted Oinplt d At Atluncheon AtJcbeoIa Atluncheon
luncheon be Ant A l meets LucRe Weil WeilLud WeilLucIle WellLeslie
Lud Leslie Well shows her repugaaace to tollanaba tobut toDsrrbas
llanaba but m melts lt a titus when R aM aMJ shelinde be benude
nude be is to receive 5OiSV 9M M for marryi JAamiftl JAamiftlMr narrlngher e ew
Mr w In 1 the park o QM day Barrabas Barrabaseeu MUJDe BarrabSmeets
meets eeu M his tretherinbiw Marcadten but butto butDOt betIs
to not n recogBtMd recogBtMdXTOMitan recognbedXUQWtIaA recognisedMareedlan
XTOMitan rvveals himself a aa the lawyer lawyertoe ovyerfOr lawyerfor
fOr William Kincatey > but seemS not re repelled repelled itpeiled ¬
pelled by It the thought that Lucte Well la lal I Iaaarry IiI
l marry tbe supposed uptx > ed Douglas In the thecourse Uteeoune thecourse
course of tbe conversation with Addison AddiconXiacl AddiGRXlDpley Addisoniflageley
Xiacl XlDpley y be expresses his ceetMence tbat tbatBarratNw tbatBlunt thatBarrabije
BarratNw Blunt is guiltless of wifemurder wifemurderKlMtesiey wifemurderKIII wifemurderKingsley
KlMtesiey Iey urge Barrabas to acquire some semebkin sem8IikD someskisi
bkin cM lsease that will disfigure his face faceWilliam fa faWUUaIR faceWilliam <
William Klnsstey come to see his Xa Xatber 1tber Zathor
tber In 1 tbe presence of Barrabas be bedeclares hefeeiarec lie4c1reg
declares he he no laager loves lov lcll IAteUe W wen wenjut We1but M Mbut
but de does i live l ve Evel1JH velyae Barrabas Ute pre pretenders peeteDder protendse ¬
tenders teDder s daughter daughterKtaiatoy claupterXI daughterXiaguie1r
Ktaiatoy XI confldes to Barrabas Barra his will willtinnees wUltJIat willIsgeess
tinnees that his 10ft on O shall marry the tbesculptors the1ICUJptor thecuIptOra
sculptors daughter That night Barraboi Barraboittfttrm BarrsbPJCIIIIPtWY Parrabsiser
ttfttrm Ktngatoy and Lent la angry a alter ateccatloA altercatisa tec teccation
cation and the girls death struggles He Hesees BeMal H Hsess
sees Kmgstey afterward washing the tbeMood theIIiIIGOd theisoed
Mood from t his band bandAngrily bandIy bandsAsgifly
Angrily Iy prot pro proteitleg ntmg C against tile murder murderof
of Jude Sa Baraba is seized by Bamboo Bambooand BIuftouaDd Bambousad
and tied Klngsley then n rs Me face facewith facewl facewith
with wl aotphHic acid JieIdrIIe The sculptor is told toldtMs toldto tolds
tMs s to I to pfevent JIhyoent event his tdentiflcatkm tdentiflcatkmUarrmbaa kleDtltkatloabecOIIIIIII5 IdentiScatlosrrabas
Uarrmbaa rrabas becomes reconciled < r concU d t his her herrt hocrisi or orrlMe
rlMe rt risi dlsflsjuremeat dtadgurenientto ttG to being < The Man ManWithout XaaWIthout ManWithout
Without a nee Klngsley tells him Ole tbestory thestory
story el C tAM real CharkM Psiiglims DMcJa Dos aeL ThIs TMsman ThIsW Tideman
man Ms bustoew partner JOngstoy had hadleaned hMIeanMd hadkarard
leaned wattle was tie real father tat of Wlttlam WlttlamKlngwley WIIIIIItJCIDpI WilliaMX1ny
CHAPTER IX Continued Continuedir ContinuedK ContinuedK
ir IXGSLEY stopped again blew a awreath awreath
K wreath of smoke toward tbe tbek tbecftUn theceiling
k ceiling cftUn then tranquilly coitUs COIIUaued coitUscod contiHued
ued uedI
I cai imagine U to > what bat extremities a aman aman aman
man of your race and your temperament temperamentwould temperamentwould I
would resort on discovering dt < such unwel unwelcome unwelcome unwelcome ¬
come news DeW I know what extravagant extravagantnets extravaicantacts
nets a Krenchman Is always capable of ofcommitting oCeommJttbac ofcommitting
committing But I preferred that thatwlte my mywife mywife
wife should not know that I bad guess guessed guessed ¬ I Ie4
ed her secret At t this time Douglass Douglasswas Douglasswas I Iwu
was in Slut 3 Frmnctoeo on business bUIII W Wwere We Wewere j jwere
were opening openl some mm ne factories on the thei thePacific I IPaelfic
i Pacific comet I packed my trunks and andjoined aadhim andjoined
joined him Th busnteas that be was wasI w warraIaKIng wasarranging
I arranging was so satisfactory that when whenI
I arrived my time was so completely completelytaken completelytaken completelytaken
taken up with itb business affairs that I IMAKES II I1IIAKES IJIAKES
Lcjuene Breaks Long Standing StandingMark StandingMark StandingIark
Mark for Pitching PitchingBaseball PitchingBasebAll PitchingBasebsll
Baseball BaseballCINCINNATI BasebAllCINClKKATI BasebsllClNCUNATI
CINCINNATI Oct Mi lITbe Tbe world worldi w worlds worldsrecord lds ldsre
i record for the iongdis4anee IoidiMaae throwing throwingof
of a baohall II that na nod stood for thirty thArtybetwe thktybt thirtysix
bt gems wu broken at the Id day daybeteen 7 7bet
betwe bet beteen ee a the Cincinnati and Pfetsburg PfetsburgXaUonal PlttMMlrgXabonal PlttsbeCgXabonai
XaUonal League teams tea here yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaYwhell yesterdayWhOIl
when Sheldon Lejuene of the Evans Evansvilte EvaudlJt Evansvile
vile club of the Central League threw threwthe threwthe threwthe
the sphere 436 4 feet i1 V inches Inc S feet 104 104inches 101inthfB lO lOinehe
inches over the th old record This long longdistance loDKdi longdistance ¬
distance di throwing event was in a ape special spe special apecml ¬
cial match between tween Lejuene and Eocar EocarFandre FAealFandr EscarFa
Fandre Fa udrce of Springfield Sprt The record that thathas thatbus
has trtood for fo more than a third of a acentury acentury acentury
I century was made 1ft8d > by Tom IlatneW and andwas aDdWUI andwas
was 4410 feet 7 fe inches inchesLOUGHERY IncbNII InchesLOUGHERY
II PHILADELPHIA Pa Oct 1 1Frank It ItFrank leFrank
Frank Loughery Lou hery the Manayunk cy cyclone cyclone cyclone ¬
clone expects to whip Joe HenTernan HenTernanat HetrerAnthe Hefferaazat
at the West End A C tonight Her Heffernan Herfernan Ileffortran
fernan is in the finest shape of his hiscareer tlsI hiscareer
I career Loughery is a willing nUng fighter ftgkterand fighterand fighterand
and Joe Is at his best when in hot hottrades hottrads hottrades
trades of the best punches in the theshop theshop theshop
shop Jimmy Jimm OBrien will meet Jm Jimmy Jmmy Jmmy ¬
my Dolan Sammy Langford taclles tacllesCharles tac1leosCharlfs tacilesCharles
Charles Grant Bobby Hayes and Bat Batl Battling
l i tling Gra Grad Grady < ly repeat and Aubrey Brax BraxI Braxton
I ton battles with Vhitey l11te Rice
almost forgot the real reason o ot my myvisit ntyvislt
visit visitI I
I put off speaking eadng to him One day dayhe dayhe dayhe
he expressed expre ed a wish w to t go to Niagara NiagaraFalls Nlapr4FaJI NiagaraFalls
Falls before returning home I am not notmuch notmuch
much of a a l lever ver of the grand sights t of ofnature ofDature ofnature I
nature Dature but I decided to go 0 with him bunI himUl himI
Ul I was awaiting the propitious mo moment moI ¬
ment to tell him what i had learned IearedMy i iMy I IMy
My decision was formed I had learned learnedby learnedtby I Iby
by heart the little speech tbat I was wasgoing wasgoing
going soln to say It was this thisDouglass tltiU thisDouglass watli
U Douglass I find that I must divorce divorcemy divorcemy divorcemy
my wife and I shall > expect you to tomarry tomarry tomarry
marry her I know now that you have haveloved baeJoved haveloved
loved her for ten years eni It was not fair fairthat taI taIthat fairthat
that through the hypocrisy hY riay of the moth mothor mothor moth1 moth1or
or I should monopolize your child I Ithink Ithink I
think it will 111 be very unwise that for a aquestion aquestion aquestion
question of sentiment we break a part partnership partnership pertnership ¬
nership which has until now given b VeR such suchsatisfactory suchtlsfactory suchsatisfactory
satisfactory results resultsI retiuUI
I ought to tell you that at this lb time timewe tlmewe timewe
we were ere running under a capitalization capitalizationof
of one hundred million dollars dollarsUnhappily dollarsUnhappily dollarst7nhapplly
Unhappily an unfortunate occurrence occurrencean oceurrencean
an accident stopped me from speaking speakingon
on the subject sub t to my partner partnerOne partnerOne partnerOne
One day da when he had gone on the
highest ridge above the whirlpool to toadmire toadmire toadmire
admire a sunset he was taken with ver vertigo vertigo vertigo ¬
tigo and fell into the abyss bYH of the gorge gorgewhere gorewhere gorgewhere
where his body bod disappeared dl tlppe8red forever foreverKingaley foreverKingsley foreverKingsley I
Kingsley placed his two arms nat on onthe onthe onthe
the table and looked at me fixedly ftxedlyo
No o doubt behind the t e glasses of my myspectacles myspectacletJ myspectacles
spectacles he could e uld read the Incredulity Incredulitywhich Ineredulltwhich incredulitywhich
which gleamed from my piercing look lookfor Jookfor lookfor
for he saw kl quickly quicklyYes QuicklyuYes quicklyYes
uYes Yes yes I know what you are think thlakIftg thinklag i
tog My wife thought the same me thing I
Wb When n I returned home h sne she threw off offher otther oUher
her mask and accused me openly of hav having havIng hewtog ¬ I
ing killed Douglass DouglassHe DclugIa8LHe Douglasslie I
He shrugged his shoulders shouldersWhat shouldersWhat I
What interest t should I have in lying lyingto ylagto lyingto
to you 1 he continues continuesListen continueuLl continuedListen < I
uLl Listen ten to the end of my story which whiohis whlokIs whichis
is absolutely ab true I give you my word wordYou wordYou wordYou I
You can understand under tand things were not notvery BOtvery notcry
very cry pleasant at home after that I Itruly Itndy Itruly I
truly regreted Douglass Doogt oeath b I had hadto hadto hadto
to bring up William as though he were weremy weremy weremy
my son I sent him to Boston his hismother hismother hismother i
mother died six months later laterAh laterAhI i
Ah AhI I said my breath 1 reath coming in inabort Inabort inshort I I
abort excited gasps uXn Mrs Kingaley y
herself herselfOh herselfOh
Oh her death was almost natural naturalAlmost BtvralUAlmo stvraLAlmost
Almost AlmostThat AlmostThat t tThat
That ta to say she committed a test testfoolish IaetCoottMb lastfoolish
foolish act She poisoned herself with witharsenic withanenlc witharsenic
arsenic arsenicAh anenlcA arsenicYou
Ah Ah AhYou AhU AhUUYou
UYou You dont doit t scoot to understand u You Yousay Yoay Yousay
say y nothing nothla but Ah Ah Ah Ahy like an anidiot anidiot anidiot
idiot I told you ah she poisoned herself herselfListen beneItU herselfListen
Listen U n my poor man iMu you have the thesame theme thelame
same sacred stupid > air that you youthe had hadtbe hadthe
the evening when you burst into the thekitchen theJtJtehen thekitchen
kitchen and accused me m of killing < Lucie LucieWeil LucieWell LucieWell
Well What an odd creature you are areHe areH areHe
He H toured out another glass of brand brandWhat braaClUWhat braadWhat >
What about William I asked askedHere askeduH6Ie askedliere
Here the story takes tk another turn turasaid tuntAid turnsaid
said he in a lower voice I do not notquite lOtquite notquite
quite understand it myself Follow me mewell Meell inSwell
well ell mv friend before von Judge judge1hat
What 1hat do you say sayBefore aayBefore sayS saySBefore
Before you judge How the devil devilwould 4kYUwould devilwould
would you you like me to say 7 it Well WellMrs WellIrs WHMrs
Mrs Kingsley got into a a frenzy aad aadcried aadcried tadcried
cried out once to me meSPORTING lIIeSPORTING meSPORTING
Need for More Room Room Causes CausesChange CausesI CausesChange
Change By Athletic AthleticFinn AthleticFirm AtheticFinn
Finn FinnA
A G Snatdtng ft Bros bare hew M at a but butob Jutwbat lastobtained
ob obtained tain od what they believe to be a aproper aJrOIter aproper
proper Washington Wt IB8tOlt home The oJd odstore oJdatore ojdaeme
store while centrally located was too toosmall toesmell
small 11 aDd for their ranlsMr r increasing
buai business they needed a mach larger largerstore larcercore largerstore
store storeThis coreTb storeThis
This Tb Is they have hav been endeavoring II to tosecure toBenJre tosecure
secure for nearly two years but were wereunable wereUl wereunable
unable Ul ble to do so until the past week weekTbe WeekT1te weekThe
The new store at A3 i3 Fourteenth street streetwith llUetWith streetwith
with approximately three times the thespace 1bepace thece
space pace ce of their present location will en enable enablf enable ¬
able them to serve their increased traie traiewith tMllle1oilb trgiewith
with much greater te ease and more anUs satisfaction anUsfaction t tfaction ¬
faction It will also be possible to show showa
a much more complete line of o athletic athleticgoods athleticgoods athleticgoods
goods than ever before particularly in inthe Inthe inth0
the uniform line embracing emt not only onlyuniforms only1Iftlform onlyuniforms
uniforms for every sport but complete completecialu compet
lines oC sweaters ahoe Del other otherclaltJe eve evecialtie
claltJe cialu > which will appeal to the heart heartof heartor heartof
of every athlete athleteWOMEN athleter01lEN athleteWOMEN
CHICAGO fVt lot lO lThe The competition rompc > titin
for the women s amateur amlt ul golf Jol cham championship championship chantpionship ¬
pionship of the United States St itS began on onthe rnI onthe
the links of the Homewood Country
Club at Flos5moor Flos moor today with an aneighteenhole inCighteenhoIE ancighteenhoic
I eighteenhole medal play testing te tlng round
1 I huts h te you with all aRmy my strength strengthYou treagtby strengthYou
You y ou arc ar rjharles r es I ougiaas Dourla > murderer murdererand Murdererand murdererand
and I Yill ill bequeath to ray son IIOIlhatred a ahatred ahatred
hatred iar 3r the murderer of his h father fatherTo fatiMrTo fatherTo
To this tltl Affect treet I have deposited ia a asafe a asale
safe 141 of the Security Bank a paper paperwhich paperwhich paperwhich
which will be given to William when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he conies of age ageI > I have made 8 a con confession conte confesslon ¬
ion te to him of my life and yours yoursI
I understand 1 said kl as the mil millionaire mUlonalr8 mu mulionaire ¬
lionaire paused pausedNo pau ed eduNo
uNo No you dont You dont understand understandat uJWler taDd taDdat
at all he said testily and 00 neither neitherdo aeltberdo neitherdo
do I the one who w 0 is moat concerned In Inthe Intpe intie
the tpe matter I let William continue his hisstudies hlstu hisstudies
studies stu Ues in Boston and paid no more moreattention morettentlon moreattenUon
attention to the boy who was not notmine Botmine notmine
mine although al though he bore my name nameWith DameWith nameWith
With all the letters I had in my pos possession poesession ¬
session Ion I could if I had wished have havebegun have1H havebegun
begun 1H gun a proceeding and deprived him himof hi hiot hissof
of the name o Klngsley ngsley
But But as I told you you I object to tole use useless useless ¬
less scandals I had something aometbh better betterto betterto betterto
to do I had to get hold of that paper paperthat paperthat r rthat
that had been deposited in I th the Secur Security Security Security ¬
ity Bank BankAnd BankADd BankAnd
And you succeeded in corrupting CCIIT1I1 cmrujthtthose
those who were trusted to preserve pre the tbeimmunity theImmunity theimmunitjr
immunity immunitjr of that paper per I cried in intensely Inten Intensely ¬
tensely ten interested now nowI DOW no noI
01 I certainly succeeded in having vtDK the thtJsafe thesafe th thsafe
safe opened but I found no confession confessionI eo leNINI leNINIno
no testament testamentOh te testmentOh tamentOh
Oh Oh OhI OftUI OhI
UI I merely merelyfeuad found a simple note ad addressed acIclre addressed ¬
dressed ed to William illiau It ran ranMy ranb ranMi
My b Son Son SonYo Tot must be on your yourgutrd yourgwrd yourgnard
gutrd against Addison Kmgatey KmgateyWhen ItwWhen KingsleyWhen
When you get possession PO n of this thisnott th thisiloit s sBOtt
nott go to the secretary oC tIM tbeSecurity thesearitr
Security searitr Bank He will give you yousomething youaomethlng younometh
something nometh zig that ia intended for you youI youI
01 I smiled at the ingenious warning warningand war warningand
and took possession of the note noteWiWam Whoa WlwnWilliam WhoaWilliam
William attains his majority I thought tbouguihe thouc thoughthe t
he will find the safe empty After that thatbusiness thattook at atbusiness
business took up all my mYJ time Since my mypartners mypartners
partners death I bore till IUI the responsi responsibility rapoIIfilbUlty respoasiHilly ¬
Hilly and I was not able to think of ofanything ofanYthinf
anything eteeof Mrs Kingstey of Wil William William Wil11am ¬
anYthinf liam of oC o any of my dtoagreeaoie matri matrimonial JDat1JDOftIIll matrimoIal ¬
monial moIal affairs Besides I had got rid ridof ridof
of William I bad sent bun to Prance Franceto
to study medicine a wish he Hid al always al atways ¬
ways way expressed expressedTo exprelllHclTo expressedTo
To cut the matter tter short when ho hocame boeame hicame
came of age I called at t the bank with withmy withmy
my wifes wife letter sealed in an envelope envelopeas
as a though my son had commissioned me meto met sacw
to t deliver it The secretary whO was a afriend afriend afriend
friend of mine IDe made no objection what whatever whateyer whatever ¬
ever but handed me second tetter tetterfrom ettftrr101D letlsrfront
from Mrs Klngsley in which she had hadwritten hadwritten hadwritten
written so as to trick me mefore meI
1 can only repeat what 1 wrote be befOlbe be beforehe
fore fOlbe be on your guard d against Addison AddnonKSSrwa AddlsolaKinply AddisonK AddisonThat
Kinply KinplyThat K
KSSrwa That was alL I was fooled She SIaeSUBpfeted bad badsuspected hadupectd
suspected that I might g get t bold of the tbepaper thepaper
paper and before dying bad thrown thrownon thel me meon meon
on a false track trackProbably trackuPro trackProhUy
uPro Probably bly there was no testament at atall atau atnil
all I said as I stirred my tea teaWrong tearoa tenWrenc
Wrong roa cried the mfllionaJre an angrily 8piI angnu ¬
grily gnu There was and the proof is isdoes Isthat inthat
that since William became me or ace be bedoes bedoes
does not notteli care < a rap for r what I a say I Iteli Itell
teli you he knows He despises my for fortune fortUD8 fortune ¬
tune and treats me almost Uke 9 9stranger a ar astranger
stranger r I am not bond to his Indif Indifference indifference indifference ¬
ference He hates me and I hate bun bunIf blmIfdK himIf
If IfdK his mother has bidden him taI to avenge avengehis ae aehis avengehis
his father I will have my revenge eDle oa oahim ORhbn Ofthim
him fot the outrage that he brought broughtupon brouShtGpOIl broughtupoit
upon me I will I swear It ftA ItA itA
A flame of bitterness and hatred hatredla IIatreea hatredleaped
leaped ea Into his eyes as be uttered the tbelart the1ast
la lart words He took up the decanter decanterand clecalaterI
I and poured O r himself out some more morebrandy
brandy He took bold of Ute gteas with witha h hs
a hand that shook ever so i slightly and andswallowed lid11oed asidI
I swallowed 11oed the contents 8 at a pip gnbHis pipHis gulpI >
I His confession teB left me sunk in hitter hitterreflections WtterrefteCdoDs bitterreflections
I reflections I nndenrtood now why the tbettonatelr theYOUD theyoung
young < doctor had greeted me so dee deetoaateiY affecttoitately
ttonatelr and his words Father father fathernow fatherow fatherbow
ow now happy I am a that I have found foundyou touaclyou foundyce
you yceI
1 bad at first ra thought thai that I bad been beenUncovered bHJaered beendiscovered
Uncovered ered I thought that be bad badfound hadfound
found out who I really was and bad badgreeted 11Med hadgrLetnd 1
greeted ed me meaM as > Evelyns 8 father soon to tobe tobe tobe
be hte hi father also Now it was ex explain cxplained ¬
plain pia plained bad Xevertheleaa rert Nevcrtbel I began to be betenfied 1M1 betel
tenfied t tel JIM at the way I had stepped into intothe 1Bt0the Intothe
the dead mans manaoe shoe With 1th a villain villainlike villainlike I IJike
like Kings Kinpleyfor Ieyfor there seemed to me no noreason DOresson noreason
reason why the slayer of Lode Well Weilshould Weill Weillshould Wellshould
should not also be the slayer of Doug Douglas Do Douglate ¬
las late and Mrs 2dm Klngsley Kingsleyto to to deal with withwhatever withwhatevet withwhatever I
whatever would become of me meA meA i iA
A bright thought struck struckBut me meBut
But I said in admitting < that Wil William William Wit11am ¬ I
from his hismother h hismother 5
liam has received a bequest I Imother
mother bidding blddin him to avenge his own ownfather ownfather I ICathr
father then Douglas a resurrection if ifwe iewe irwe
we can call It so 110 after twenty twe ty years yearsabsence YMrsab yearsabsence
absence during which be was sup supposed supposed uf ufpo < ¬
posed to be dead ead will change this feel feelOf feelI feelin
I in of hatred hatredOf
Jor Of course that is what I counted countedon fl untEd
on 011 said Klngsley Kt eJ dryly uI I rely relystrongly rfl rflstro relystrongly
strongly stro Jy on your Our imagination to uphold upholdthe upholithe l lthe
the difficult d flicult part you are playing now nowthat D Dthat nowthat
that you know all that is necessary rY fr fryou t tI frI
I you to know I rely above all on o the thelove e teI f floe
love o Barrabas for his daughter daughterEve daughtfrt daughterEve
I I Eve t to tr t keep k p ever in the th mind mindrvniRlass mindDoullaqs >
1 Douglass the interests in r cf himself in oe1t < and o ome of ofI
I me
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Where fe tbe Frenchman FreDe who will ever cvezBelieve evetdfleve
Believe that the millionaire JI atN paper jiper king kingwould kingwould icingwould
would despoil cIe himself of o half bt his for fortune octune fortune ¬
tune for pleasure of bringing to his ion
his real father Charles Douglass and
that son an alienist who ta fool enough enoughto eJlOUllhto enoughto
to marry the daughter c Barra Barrabas tb tbsculptor tb1ICUtptol the theicuiptor
sculptor sculptorHe 1ICUtptolHe icuiptorHe
He had risen ra and was striding up and
down the room roomAnd roDInuAnd roomAnd
uAnd And your you papers papersthe the papers that be belonged be belonged belonged ¬
longed to the real Douglass that yea 7 are
having < registered r end at the Town Hall HallTou HallYou HallYou
You are safe Charles Leave every ery ¬
thing to me A good thing Lode Well WellNow Wellis
Is out oC the way Sbe Sb wu lIIIP auperuous auperuousNow auous auousNow
Now here is a check for SMfcCM IIM he heaoUfod headded
added w banding me an envelope It t Is Isoar Isour Isour
our first convention isnt I ft ftHe ItHe ltHe
He came and placed Ida two bands bandson Ads0It bandsOs
on my in shoulders abo affectionately
uNow Now Douglass my old friend and aadpartner aOONIrtDer andpartner
partner it is not after att twenty years of ofseparation otJi ofseparation
separation Ji that we wilt revive tile past pastIt
It was 11 like some horrible nightmare
Talk no more a boot it itHe It ItHe itHe
He shook my bands warmly as il to togive togive
give me courage courageWe eoura courageW e eWe
We W have gained Ute first rst move oc Bar Barrabac BrrabU Barrabas
rabac We have tbe beat of the game to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry on oft the second Toa moot not notyoar jose oIaeyour joseyour
your nerve now that you know the life lifein liteROtY lifer
ROtY or t man you an knpraenat knpraenatrfl DlLt
1 in
An rfl automobile came through th tbe park parkand tUkMtd perkseed
and drew up at the door The Th young yoangalienist
alienist inmpa ju out How handsome ad aaddistinguished add anddistinguished
d distinguished he waa I can see hint hinttretnbiinr himnow hiniflow
now as g be rushed In ad seized BI7 two twotrembli twotreinbilnE
tretnbiinr trembli haD i IR hilL hbtHte hilLHffi hisHis
His face flushed with lodteantton 1DC1 1DC1UWhy iodignXlosiWhy lodteanttonWhy
UWhy Why did I not know about this terri terrible tftTlbIe toilble ¬
ble affair before be cried Ton Y might mightnave Mlgbthave mighthave
have nave seat me word father < be said saidturninsr aldtu laidtursilug
turninsr tu to Ktogatey HJ1a4 Had k not teen teenfor beenfor n ntor
for Lawyer Matradian la I should not have baveknown haeknown haveknown
known even now DO It is terrible terri terrible terrible ternble ¬
ble Oh Mr Douglas I 1 cannot anno tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you how sorry I am amI aMI nash nashI
I can caaun stilt see tile millionaires face as asbe abe ashe
be stood there with his arms folded foldedtookfotr foldedJookiar
tookfotr Joo at E1 fbe he young doctor Ax be b its listened lis lis1ened itslened ¬
tened to William W IIaIII Ktegaieys 14 syntnatneti syntnatnetiwords sympatbothwords I Iword
words hilt lips curled with a a haughty bavghtyThen gill gillDit
Dit bhttermIie bhttermIieThen r JIIII eThen
Then he tapped the doctor OR the theshoulder theshouJd theshoulder
shouJd shoulder < and said aaJcI dryly drylytWell drylyell drylySWell
Well ell ray son it Is a miracle that thatMr thatr thatMn
Mr r Douglass is alive Yow a little help
fa I worth a eat deal of pity J Just at show showSum showt showhint
Sum how 00 much you nvmpathfae with him himby himDY hintby
by Inviting hbn ihn Im to your bom boa tor tortime a atime atime
time He H win have every care there aa Dol DolwUI astwit > l lwill
will Jet better much more quickly there tberethan 1he 1hethan therethan
than be would here hereI
1 shall be only too happy to do all I Ican Ican Ican
can can cried the doctor making no effort effortto eftonto eftortto
to hide 8 the great pleasure be felt at attaking attaking attaking
taking me away He did not ask what whathad whathad whatbad
had become of Lade but KbKgflter had hadmentioned tadmentloMd hadmentioned
mentioned that she bad escaped cocapedi
1 was made ready quickly for my jour journey jourDe journo ¬
ney De and leaning on Kingsleys Kba ley strong strongarm iItrOn iItrOnarm strongarm
arm arm I went down the steps st to the tiI nato aatontebile SUltoJIIobile natoinObile
ntebile ntebileI
I shall come down downoften often and see ho hoTOU hoyou boy boyyou
TOU you are setting along Charles the mil millionaire millionaire ml mllionaire ¬
lionaire said as be put me In his car carTake cavTake carTake
Take your time tlme I IIt repUed repUedIt
It was Kingley who pulAed pu up the tlI col colcarefully collar eelJar ¬
Jar oC my coat aDd c clondd Ute window wtcJowaretulI windowcarefully
aretulI carefully As be went off el be waved his hishand hishand hishand
hand and railed < out outLook outLook oniLook
Look after him well William Poor Poorold Poorold Poorold
old man maD he has had a rough rougi time Give Givebun Givehim Givebite
bun every care Goodby GoodbyAs GoodDYAs GoodbyAs
As soon as we were WfOr safely off o nay fu future future fetune ¬
ture soninlaw seized my two bands 5 in iahis inhis inhis
his and said affectionately affectionatelyMy
My y father To think that after all allthese aUthee allthese
these years we have ba 1e met metHis metHils metHis
His emotion Ioft wan so eommunieativ eommunieativthat comasanleetivethat ti tithat <
that thatfinding prtly from pity for Ute boy J Jt Ifelt
t felt lt the tears spring to my eye He at atonce
once put It down to the 10 joy I felt at atdi1a atending
finding him himI h hI
I looked out of the window Idow to have ha a alast a alast alast
last look at the old house where I had hadsubmitted hadaublnltted hadsubmitted
submitted to such outrage out e and I Messed Messedit 1tIe sed
it all the same for having ha been th thprovidential thO t h >
providential spot where my fate and the thefates thpatel
fates of those whom I loved bad so sostrangely sost sostrangely
strangely st worked orkecl out outAlas outAlas outAlas
Alas I could not tense tbe surprise surprisethat surprisethat e ethat
that awaited me In the new retreat on onthe ontbe onthe
the other side of Paris at SaintMande SaintMandein SaintXandin
in Dr William Kingsleys Ktngsle s madhouse madhouseThe madhouselhe madhouseTh
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my PawPaw Liver PiUs I guarant guarantI guarantei guaranteiI
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I I ress and constipation or I will refund refundI refuntiyour
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Rheumatism is due to a diseased diseasedcondition diseasedt diseasedcondition
condition of the blood cells and cor corpuscles corI corpuscles ¬
puscles brought about by an excess excessof excessof excessof
I of uric acid in the thecirculation circulation It Itig Itignotonlyaverypainful 13 13not i9 i9I
I not notonlyaverypainful only a very painful disease diseasebutan diseasebutanextremely but an anextremely anertreme1y
extremely dangerous trouble The Thebriny Theb Thebriny
briny b ny acrid acridstate state of the blood gradu gradually gradually gradually ¬
ally forms a coating over the mus muscles musI inusdes ¬
I des and audby by depositing depositingacementlike depositingacementlikesubstance a cementlike cementlikeI
I substance su stance in the joints frequently frequentlyterminates frequentlyterminates
i terminates fatally or leaves its vic victim victim victim
tim a hopeless cripple It is natural naturalI naturaltor natural1to
I 1to to doctor tor the thespot thespotthathurts spot that a hurts and andit andiltlsqUltenght anditisquiteright
iltlsqUltenght it itisquiteright is quite right to touselmIments use liniments hot hotI hotlapp1ications hotapplications
I applications etc to get temporary temporaryj temporaryirelief temporaryIrelie
j irelief relief from a painful Joint or swollen swollentendon swollentendon swollentendon
tendon but Rheumatism is not a askin asln askin
skin disease and such things when whenI rhenI
I depended on alone make one care careilesSi care11ess careless
ilesSi less and the disease gets a firmer firmerhold firmerhold firmerhold
hold on the blood S S S cures curesthe curesthe curesthe
the disease because it is the greatest greatestof
of all blood purifiers It goes into intothe intoI intothe
the circula circulation circulation circulation ¬
I tion and re removes removes reparticle ¬
moves every everyparticle everyparticle everyirritating
particle of the theirritating theirritating
irritating uric uricacid uricacid uricacidbuildsup
S S S acid acidbuildsup acidbuildsupthe builds up upthe upi
i the blood bloodmakes bloodI bloodmakes
I makes mttesit it rich richand richand
I and oily and andI andin andin
I in this wayjprepares wayI way wayprepares
jprepares I prepares it for the proper nourish nourishment nourishment nourishmeat
ment of all Joints muscles nerves
I and bones If you have RheumaI Rheumaitism Rheuma Rheumatism
I itism tism get the uric acid out of the theI
I blood by taking S S S a purely purelyvegetable purelyVegetable purelyvegetable
vegetable medicine and enjoy en endom free freedom freedom ¬
dom from its misery Book BO 1Z on onRheumatism onRheumatism onRheumatism
Rheumatism and any medical advice advicefree advicefree advicefree
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