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Loyal Crowds Determined Determinedto
to Back Cubs to Last LastDitch LastDitch LastDitch
Ditch DitchContinued DitchContlnucd DitchContinued
Continued from First Page Pageed Pagced Pageed
ed himself the master of the Athletics Atbletlcsa AtbletlcsPlank
Plank la I believed to be Macks Mack choice choiceor choiceor
a for or the opening game here It Is isanks
Pranks anks turn and as the Cuba have
never shown much fondness for left
hand pitchers Plank appears to be the
logical choice choiceThe choiceThe choiceThe
The downfall of ot Mordecal Brown In Intho Inthe
tho seventh inning of yesterdays yesterdaysgame yosterdaysgame yesterdaysgame
game was a bit of baseball of real
dramatic elements The collapse of ofthe otthe ofthe
the great twirler the hero of scores scoresof scoresot scoresof
of pitching duels and the conqueror conquerorof
of Mathewson and every other star starwith starwith starvlth
with whom he ever engaged In com combat combat cornbat ¬
bat bat was complete As the Athletic Athleticbatsmen Athleticbatsmen Athleticbatsmo3
batsmen rang up the hits off of his do delivery dol1very dolivery ¬
livery in this fatal inning the three threefingered threcfingered threefingered
fingered marvel appeared absolutely absolutelylost absolutelylost I Ilost
lost His actions In the box would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have made a good moving picture picturedesjjalr pictureNdeslJllr picturedesnjiir
desjjalr At last Brown seemed to torealize toreallzo torealize
realize that the cunning hadslipped hadsllppedfrom hadslippedfrom hadslIppedfrom
from his sleeve and he began lobbing lobbingthe lobbingthe lobbingthe
the ball over The Athletics did the therest therest therest
rest restThe
The picture was pathetic In a way waynot waynot waynot
not the least proof of which was tho thoway thoway theway
way the vast crowd cheered him at atthe atthe atthe
the close of the disastrous Inning InningChance InningChance InningChance
Chance had pinned his faith to toBrown toBrown tOBrown
Brown and when he wavered the theCub theCub theCub
Cub supporters wondered among amongthemselves amongthemselves amongthemselves
themselves where next to turn turnRichie turnRichie turnRichie
Richie who followed Brown looked lookeddecidedly lookeddecldedl lookeddecidedly
decidedly decldedl beter than the veteran Just Justas justas Justas
as Melntlre had overshadowed Over Overall Overall Overall ¬
all on the day before beforeWill beforeWill beforewilt
Will Reulbach be the next star sac sacrifice Bacrlfice sacrifice ¬
rifice Will Chance learn too late latethat latethat latethat
that he would have fared better by byputting byputting byputting
putting his new blood Into the fray frayllrst fray1lrst frayt
t llrst It Is a ticklish thing to put a ac aJoungster ap
p c > youngster into a worlds champion championship championship championahip ¬
ship game but that it can be done donesuccessfully dono6uccessfdly donesuccessftlly
successfully has been proved by byack byMack
Mack ack
Treated With Contempt ContemptBender ContemptBender ContempLBender
Bender on Monday and Coombs Coombs on onTuesday onTues onTuesday
Tuesday Tues ay seemed to treat the Chicago Chicagobatsmen Chicagobatsmen Chicagobatsmen
batsmen with contempt during a part partof partot partof
of their games Bender actually loafed loafedon loatedon loafedon
on the Job in the closing Innings Mon Monday Menday Ion Ionda
day da and tho way Coombs pulled him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self togethe after getting Into holes holesthrough holeathrough holesthrough
through wildness and nd slow fielding fieldingshowed fieldingshowed fieldingshowed
showed clearly that he had the Cubs Cubsnumber Cub8number Cubsnumber
number numberThe numberThe numberThe
The J present resent series will 111 hardly be as asfat asfat asfat
fat for tho players as that of last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year between the Tigers and Pirates PiratesA PIratesA PiratesA
A comparative showing of attendance attendanceajid attendanceand attendanceand
and receipts for the first two games gamesIn gamesin gamesin
In 1909 and this year ear follows follows19W
1900 1910 1910Attendance 1910Attendanoe 1910Attendance
Attendance 60179 514SS 514SSTotaT 51488Total 514SSTotal
TotaT Total receipts JS2156 S21 6 J72C6L60 J72C6L60Placer 72I 7Z66L60Payers 6l60 6l60P1ayers
Placer Payers share sbare44364 44 W i 3015321 3015321As 3OlS321As Z0lS3 Z0lS3As
As a sample of o the magnitude of the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds series It Is Interesting to note notethat notethat notethat
that two special trains one of five fivecoaches fivecoacho9 fivecoaches
coaches and the other of six 51x were re required re required required ¬
quired to carry the players baseball baseballwriters ba3eballwriters baseballwriters
writers and the national commissions commissionspaity commlsslonspal commissionsIalty
paity pal t to Chicago ChicagoBesides ChicagoDesldes ChicagoBesides
Besides these special trains many of ofthose otthose ofthose
those connected with the series either eitherIn eitherIn
4 In an official or semiofficial capacity capacitymade capacityronde capacitymade
made the trip to Chicago on regular regularfc r regulartrcin lar lartrclns
fc ire trclns trclnsy trcinCy Ins InsCy
Cy Morgan will Ill be held In reserve for
ThursUaYs game gameOn
On Friday Mack will undoubtedly undoubtedlyshove undoubtedlyshov undoubtedlyshove
shove shov > Bender back at the Cubs and the thebaseball thebaseball thebaseball
baseball colony Is actually shivering at atthis atthis atthis
this prospect for If the Indian is isright isrightS
1 right there will probably be nothing nothingto
to It but a repetition on his part partA partA partA
A few Chicago sports are taking the theshort theshort theshort
short end of 10 to 6 bets on the Ath AthIctlcs AthleM AthIdes
Ides IctlcsShould IdesShould
leM Should uld the Athletics win the series seriesthat seriesthe seriesthe
the prediction is heard on every hand handthat handthat
that Chance will next year ear reconstruct reconstructhis reconstructhis reconstructhis
his team and that Steinfeldt Sheckard SheckardBchulte SheckardSchulte SheckardSchulte
Schulte and KUng will either be din disposed dis disposed dinposed ¬
posed of or used In substitute roles rolesQUAKERS rolesQUAKERS rolesQUAKERS
PHILADELPHIA Oct 19 19It It may maybo maybo maybe
bo a little early to hold a postmortem postmortemon
on the Cubs but there are few of ofc
c thoso who witnesed the decisive de defeats deteats dofeats ¬
feats of Chances crew In the first firsttwo firsttwo firsttwo
two games for the worlds worl ls < champion championship championship champIonship ¬
ship but believe today that the one onetime onetime onetime ¬
time invincible baseball machine Is Isbadly Isbadly Isbadly
badly out of gear gearThat gearThat gearThat
That the Athletics will win the pres present present pros prosent ¬
ent series from the Cubs is considered consideredas
as assured as anything In basebaMl basebaMlnot baseb baseb1lnot 11 11not
not actually accomplished can be beWagers beVagers beWagers
Wagers of 10 to 6 and in some cases casesof casesot casesof
of 10 to 6 8nre are being offered on the theWackmen the1Iackmen theMackmen
Wackmen but even these odds have havenot havenot havenot
not drawta out any Chicago money moneyThe moneyThe moneyThe
The Cubs Cu s may ma strike their gait to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow in Chicago They may resume resumetheir resumtheIr resumetheir
their former grinding crushing style stylof styleot styleof
of play that gave them the name of ofbeing otbeing ofbeing
being the greatest baseball team In Inthe Inthe inthe
the games history and yet dash the thojubilant thejubllant thejubIlant
jubilant hopes of the Athletics but butthere butthere butthere
there are probably few outside of ofChicago ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago who believe such s ch a program programpossible programos8lble programpossIble
possible possibleCertain os8lble os8lbleCertain
Certain It Is that Mack and his h1 men ment mendo mendo
t do not believe this The Athletics Athleticsare Athleticsare Athleticsare
are convinced that they are In posses possession possess10n possesslon ¬
sion of the Cubs angora and from the theway thea theway
way a they slashed Into the Westernersfor Westerners Westernersfor Vesternerstor
for tbie first two games the belief beliefseems beliefseems beliefseems
seems to be Justified JustifiedCubs justifledCubs justifiedCubs
Cubs Are Outclassed OutclassedSo
So far In the series the Athletics Athleticshave Athleticshave AthletIcshave
have outplayed Chicago in every de department department dopartrneflt ¬
partment except fielding They have havemade havemade havemade
made six errors to Chicagos four but buthavo buthac buthave
have toned for this even in a a fielding fieldingway fieldingway fieldingway
way by b their more dashing style of ofplay orplay ofpay
play On at least three occasions the theCubs theCubs theCubs
Cubs have shown poor Judgment and andindecision andindecision andindecision
indecision that have proved as fatal fatalas fatalas fatalas
as actual errors would have done donePostSeason donePostSeason donePostSeason
PostSeason Contests ContestsWORLDS ContestsWORLDS ContestsWORLDS
W L L Pet PetAthletic PctAthletics PetAthletics
Athletics 2 0 1KHCubs 1100Cubs 1KH 100Cubs
Athletics 9 Cubs 3 3NEXT 3 3NEXT 3NEXT
NEXT GAME GAMEThursday GAMEThurllday GAMEThurMay
Thursday West VO t Side Grounds GroundsChicago GroundsCbJeago GroundsChicago
Chicago ChicagoNew CbJeagoNew ChicagoNew
New York Series
W WLPct WLPctGiants w D L Pet PetGiants PetGiants
Giants t 3 l jIlIghianders 750 750Highlanders 50 50Highlanders
Giants g Highlanders 1 1TODAYS 1 1TODAYS 1TODAYS
Polo Grounds New ew York YorkOhio YorkOhi YorkOhiD
Ohio Ohi State Series SeriesCincinnati
W Ij L Pot PotCincinnati PotCincInnati
Cincinnati 4 3 571 571Cleveland 57lCleveland 511Cleveland
Cincinnati 8 Cleveland Cl elan 5
Official Score of Second Game GameThe
The following are the exact figures compiled by the official scoring scoringboard scoringboard scoringboard
board appointed by the National Nptlonal Commission CommissionATHLETICS CommissionATHLETICS CommissionATHLETICS
Stnmkfcf StnmkfcfLord 1 2 0 0 3 0 4 t 0 0Lord 0Lord1f
i Lord Lord1f If IfCollins 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0Collins 0Collins
Collins 2b 2bBaker 42 4 2 3 2 0 01 0 1 4 4 60 6 0 01 01
Baker 3b 3bDavis 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0Dadslb 0Daylslb
Davis Dadslb Ib Ib3Turphy 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2Murphrrf 21
3Turphy Murphrrf rf rfBarry 4 1 J 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0Dlrrr 0Barryss
Barry Barryss ss ssThomas 30 3 0 i 1 01 0 1 1 iO 0 3 1 0 0TllOmnS 02
Thomas c cCoombs n 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0Coombs 0Coonibsp
Coombs Coonibsp p 4 O 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2T 2Totals
Totals TotalsCHICAGO T taJs 37 7 9 14 2 1 C 4 27 27B 9 4 4CHICAGO 4ChICAGO
CHICAGO CHICAGOSheckard AD B JL H SB SIL SO BB PO A E EShccknrdj E ESheckardlf
Sheckard Sheckardlf If IfSchulterf 2 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 1
Schulterf Schulterfllofman 3 1 0 02 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0llofmm 0LILofmancf
j llofman LILofmancf cf cfChance 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0Chance 0Chancelb
Chance Chancelb 11 11Zimmerman lb eo 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 14 00 0 0 0ZImmerman 0Zimmerman
Zimmerman 2b 2bSteiufeldt 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0
Steiufeldt SteIllfeJdt3b 3b 3bTinker 15 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 2TInker 2Tlnkerss
Tinker Tlnkerss ss ssKllnp 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 0RlIllg 0XIIiigc
Kllnp XIIiigc c cBrovra 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 2 0 0Brown 0Brownp
Brown Brownp p pKichlc 1 1 0 0 0 G 1 0 0 2 0 0RIcbIe 0IIICIIICI
Kichlc IIICIIICI p pBeaumont I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0eaumont 0Beaunlont
Beaumont eaumont 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0Torols 0Totnis
Totals 32 2 3 S 0 2 4 9 24 i J8 J8Batted g S SBatted 3Bafted
Batted for Brown In eighth eighthAthletics cIghthAthletics eighthAthletics
Athletics 0 O 2 0 1 0 6 0 x x9 9
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 13 13First 13First 3 3First
First base on errors errorsAthletics Athletics I Chicago 3 3 Left on bases basesAthletics Athletics
9 Chicago 14 1 First base on balls balls01I Off Coombs 9 off Brown 4 Innings Inningspitched InningspitchedBy InningspitchedBy
pitched pitchedBy By Brown 7 by Richie 1 1 Times at bat by opponents ovponentBAgnJrnt ovponentBAgnJrntDrown opponentsAgainstBrown Against AgainstBrown
Brown 33 against Richie 4 Hits made made01I Off Brown Brown 13 off oi Richie 1 1Struck L LStruck 1Struck
Struck out outB outBy By Coombs 4 by Brown 6 6 Twobaao obaso hits hitsStrunk Strunk Collins 2 2 2Davis 2Davis
Davis > Murphy Sheckard Zimmerman Stolnfeldt and Tinker Sacrifice Sacrificefly SacrificeflyZimmerman SacrificefiyZlmrnermnxi
fly flyZimmerman Zimmerman Double plays playsCoJllns Collins and Davis 2 2 Murphy and Thom Thomas Thomas Thomas ¬
as Tinker and atfd Chance T tmplresMossm imiresMessrs mplres Messrs Rlgier and Sheridan Time o ogame ot otgamo2 ofgarne2
game gamo2 2 hours and 24 minutes Attendance Attondanco245tl7 24567
Famous Players Recruited From FromLaw FromLaw FromLaw
Law School Will Meet Regu Regulars Regulars Regulars ¬
lars Today TodayCAMBRIDGE TodayCA1offiRIDGE TodayCAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Mass Oct 19 19Har 19Harard 19Earyard Har Harvard ¬
yard ard is to have the time of Its life win winning winnIns winning ¬
ning a football game today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The varsity Is to hook up with an aneleven aneloen aneleven
eleven of all stars In two tonminute tonminuteperiods tonminuteperiods tenminuteperiods
periods The allstar > aggregation has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been recruited from the law school and nd d
Is made up of crack players from other otheruniversities otherunhersltles otheruniversiUcs
universities as well as Harvard Begin Beginning Beginfling ¬ I Inlng
fling at left end It is made up as fol follows rollows ¬ I Ilows
lows lowsAuchlncloss lowsAuchfncloss lowsAuchlncloss
Auchlncloss Crumpacker Parks Cass
Hoar Fish Houston Moore Pfelffer PfelfferPhllbln PeltrorPhilbin PfefferPhllbln
Phllbln and Logan IoganFish LoganFish LoganFish
Fish and Houston are former Harvard Harvardvarsity Hanardarslt Harvardvarsity
varsity arslt stars while Hoar and Moore Mooroalso Moorealso Iooro Iooroalso
also played at Harvard Phllbln and
easily I had reckoned without my
host I was calmly enjoying a calm calmwhich calmwhich cairnvhch
which alas was not to be for long
Kingsley came every day to St
Mande and Marcadln called oaIledence once a aweek aweek aweek
week Things went ent along smoothly
One frosty frost morning when the weather weatherwas we weathervas ther therwas
was clear and bright we had just fin
Ished our chocolate and William asked askedme askedme askedrue
me to go for a drive with him He had hadordered hadordered haderdered
ordered a frisky fri ky colt and an English
1 dogcart from the livery stables In the
Rue dt > Paris He Intended driving to
BrysurMarne BrysurMarneto to o see the little villa villawhere v1l1where villawhere
where the sculptor Barrabas had lived
Marcadian had given him the keys keysAs keysAs keysAs
As may ma be imagined I was u not Indif ¬
ferent to such an Invitation The Thethought Tbethought Thethought
thought of seeing my little lItU cottage cottageagain cottageagain cottageagain
again filled me with a strange emo emotion emotion ernoLion ¬
tion tionYon
Yon know said the doctor that thatthe thatthe
the affair Is as far from solution as asever aseer asever
ever The police despair of ever clear clearIng clearI clearInJ clearing I
Ing the mystery It fa is believed to have havebeen havebeen I
been a terrible accident of which the theensuing theensuing theensuing
ensuing results were no less terrible terriblethe terrIblethe
the suicide of the victims husband and andson andson andson II
son sonHe He touched tho horse with the end endof endot endof I
of the whip and we trotted off smart smartly smartly ¬
ly 1 In the direction of Nogent NogentPoor NogentPoor NogentPoor
Poor little Bvelyne ne h said in a apitying apt1ng apitying
pitying tone she is the real victim of ofthat otthat ofthat
that tragedy I am glad to think that thatmy thatmy thatmyJove
my myJove love for her Is not merely a selfish selfishlove selfishlove I
love lo as mans love usually is This Thisseems Thfsseems Thisseems
seems a sort of o duty and love Iov com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined binedSuch binedSuch binedSuch
Such sentiments do you OU credit Wil William WilHam Wil11am ¬
liam I replied as I drew off my fur furgloves furSloves furgloves
gloves to refill my pipe The sharp
frost pricked my fingers like needles needlesand needlesand needlesand
and I seized the occasion to t t tik Ik k of the theweather theweather theweather
weather so as to change the sbject I Icould Icould
I could not tell why but I felt a vague vagueunrest vagueunrest ague
unrest at Williams words wordsI
I I wanted to think I wanted that si silence silence sIlence ¬ I
lence which coming upon us makes makesthe
the smallest echo 6 ho perceptible In the thedepth
I depth of a tortured soul soulWe soulI soulWe
I We crossed Le Perroux and reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe I
the Bry B bridge bridgeIt bridgeIt bridgeIt
It seemed to me at this Instant that thatI thatI
I I had a So dual personality pen Dallty and that I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was going to visit Islt an old friend whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the village l1Iage peoplo called The King Kingof KingOf
I of Fools FoolsIn FoolsI FoolsIn
I In turning the avenue on tho left I Irecognized Irecognized Irecognized
recognized old Tape a IOell the retired retiredarmy retiredarmy
I army officer Ho was returning from fromhis tromI fromhis
I his morning constitution and when whenwe whenwe
1 we stopped before my little hourse with withits withI withIts
its closed shutters looking sad and andneglected andneglected andneglected
I neglected under the withered creepers creepersI
I could hear behind the hedge Mother MotherCarre MotherCarre IotherI
I Carre calling her chickens as she threw threwhandfuls threwi threwandfuls
i handfuls of grain about her yard yardI I
I felt bow empty my heart was as now nowThe nowI nowIhe
The I he weak tears rose r > se to my eyes and andfor andfor andfor
for a moment I thought I should betray betraymyself betraymyself betraymyself
myself myselfMy myselflI myselfMy
My lI daughters fiance by an Irony of offate orfate offate
fate showed mo the way to my own ownhouse ownhouse ownhouse
house houseDown houseDown houseDown
Down this passage po < sage please the sculp sculptor sculptor sculptor ¬
tor had his studio oft the end wing wingI
I followed him meekly meok like a stranger strangerwho strangerwho strangerwho
who finds himself In an unfamiliar unfamiliarplace untamlllarplace unfamiliarplace
place I looked as Indifferently as I Icould Icould Icould
could into tho different rooms where I Ihad Ihad Ihal
had lived all my life where I had spent spentyears spentears spentyears
years ears of o calm happiness with my wife wifeGabrielle wifeGalJrlelle wifeGabrlelle
Gabrielle and our two children childrenLook childrenLook childrenLook
Look said the doctor this is the thestudio thestu1io thestulip
studio here Is the statue of Life that thatthe thatthe
the artist was working on His wife wifeposed wifeposed 1fe 1feposed I
posed for it It Evelyne and her uncle unclobe unci uncihavc unclehave
have Liven orders that nothing should shouldbe I
be touched in this room Of course we weshall weshall
shall never live in this cottage neither neitherwill neitherwill neitherwill I
will anyone an one else as long as we e live liveI liveI
I was unable to speak I stood before beforethe beforethe beforethe I
the glistening white statue my eyes eyesto eyesriveted
riveted on the dear face which spoke spoketo spoketo I
to me across the stretch of time It Itseemed Itseemed itseemed
seemed to thank me with its enigmati enigmatical eniginaticat ¬ I
cal mouth mouthI
I was moved beyond all expression expressionand expressionand expressionand I
and the doctor probably noticed it It in inspite Inspite iflspite
spite of all the efforts that I made madetO madetOconceal > to toconceal I
conceal my m feelings I ellnss But he evidently evidentlyput evidentlyput
put my emotion down to my artistic artisticadmiration artisticadmlratlon artisticadmIration
admiration for the statuary I
II I see you admire It It I think It is a abeautiful abeautiful a abeautiful
beautiful piece of work He was very verytalented crY crYtalented
talented talentedI
I like the statue I said quietly quietlyas
as I sat down You say that your yourfiancee yourJancee yourilancee
fiancee and her uncle are going to toleave
leave the place always just as it was
It Is their wish And naturally I Ishall II I Ishall
shall not oppose their wishes
You are right William It Is a a touch
I Ing attention to the dead to keep this thisspot thisspot thisspot
spot intact intactI intactI
I filled my ui eyes e1 eye wjtb tho bo gleljt 1 Ilit of ay IIlrt
Fields at Pimlico Are Large and Well Matched atched But ButN9t Not Notas NotasClassy as asClassy s sClassy
Classy as Those of Preceding Days DaysZeus DaysZeus DaysZeus
Zeus Frightens Backers
The card this afternoon at Pimlico if ifhardly Ifhardly i ihardly
hardly as classy lassy as were the programs programsof prograrnof
of the opening day and yesterday but butthe b bi bithe l lthe
the fields are are large and the entries pr < t tty tty tty
ty well matched so that the contests contestsare conte contestsare tJ tJare
are liable to arouse quite as much in interest interest interest ¬
terest as would the card if more of ofthe otthe ofthe
the big guns were entered enteredThe enteredTho enteredThe
The first event Is for twoyearolds twoyearoldsand
and looks open Dr Duenner should go gowol g0wel gowol
wol there with Billy Garths entries entriesMaromara entrieslIaromarn entriesMaromara
Maromara and Muskmelon very dan dangerous dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous Blue Mouse If she starts here herewill herewill herewill
will have to be reckoned with withThe withThe 1th 1thThe
The second race has only four entries entriesand entriesand entriesand
and one of these Practical will 111 very
likely be scratched as lie started yester yesterday yosterday e ter terday ¬
day Priscllllan looks 100H a good thing
hero with 2 lor Cambon the contender contenderFor contenderFor contenderFor
For the th third event a big field has hasentered hasentered hasentered
entered but most of the horses are of ofrather ofrather t trather
rather a cheap order Van Den should shouldwin shouldwin shouldwin
win here and an JoUy may get the place placeFor placeJro placeFor
Jro JroFor
For the Patapsco Steeplechase a good goodfleld goodfilld goodfield
field Is on the card Prince Hampton Hamptonseems Hamptonseems Hamptonseems
seems the class and may win in with 1t11 the theMcMurtrie theIc theMcMurtrio
McMurtrie Ic turtrie entry Banner and Hazy
looking good for place placeThe placeThe plac placI placThe
+ I
The fifth race Is for two and three threeyearolds threeearolds threeyearolds
yearolds earolds at a a mile If Blue Mouse Mousestarts Mousestarts Mousestarts
starts here she may win win This one Is Isa Isa isa
a slow Beginner fi g1nner and has shown sh > wn a ten tendency t tendenoy < n ndeney ¬
dency to run on BO that a mile should shouldsuit shouldsuIt shouldsuit
suit her Captain Cassatts Preknew Preknewwinner Preaknewinner Preaknesswinner
winner liiymlnster should be well wellshould woUsuited wellsuited
suited here and lr he Is up to a as race racesould
should s ould get some part of the money moneyFor moneyFor moneyFor
For the Rennert Purse some good ones onesare onesare onesare
are entered and locating the winner IB IBrather 1rather Israther
rather a difficult proposition Black Blackford Blackford Blackford
ford looks good here herethat that Is if she gets getsa
a a ride Granla Is a likely place pros prospect prospect prospect ¬
pect Superstition is entered here and andmay andJD8 andmay
may JD8 be bc svorth orth looking after but 112 112pounds illpounds 112pounds
pounds may bother him h1mThe himC himThe
+ C
The last race ot the lay da Is decidedly decidedlyopen dedc1edlYopen decidedlyopen
open A big field of cheap horses is en entered entered entered ¬
tered and anybody may win Flashing Flashingand Flashingand Flashingand
and Oxer may run well here hereThe heroThe hereThe
The public got lots of enjoyment out outof outot outof
of yesterdays card Several gooA things thingswere thingswere thingswere
were uncovered and those In th the know knowmrde bDCJWm knowmie
mrde m Je it warm for the bookies The Theusual Theueua1 Theaual
usual aual smiling and genial layers ppearEd appearedrather ppearEdrather ppearedrather
rather distressed at the close of the theday theday theday
day dayThe + S
The feature of the afternoons racing racingwns racIngas racingcvas
wns as the Pimlico Country Count Club Purse in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the winner Bonnie Koteo K ran ranthe ranthe ranthe
the mile and an eighth in 151 25 2i lower lowering I lowerlag wer werling ¬
ling lag the track record previously held by bYI
Blue Book 145 1 45 seconds secondsHampton secondsI secondsHampton
I Hampton Court Cou set a hot pace here
i but Bonnie Kelso coming alon along In the
Translated Transla TransJaedfrom d from the t Prenck by Florence srencc
THE MAN WITHOUT A FACE FACECopyright FACECoyright CreweJonts CreweJontsCo
Copyright Co yright 1910 191 by The Frfi A Munsey Company
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedBonabas PublishedBarrn1Mul PublishedBarrabas
Bonabas a sculptor returns to his hisborne hishome hishome
home to nnd his wife murdered his hisdaughter hisdaughter nlsdaughter
daughter Evelyne unconscious and his hisson h1sBOD hiSson
son Polydore a youth of twenty B gtb gtbIns gIbber gIbberIng J > r rIng
Ing In a loft The boy aays vs he baa as killed killedhl kU kUhIli ktI1C41his
hl his mother and the father writes rlte a 0 let letter letter lettsr ¬
ter to t the dead womans brother Ukjps Ukjpsthe t t5iL1O t5iL1Othe kttl kttlthe
the crime cr1 on eu himself Then he flees fleesBarrabaa eesBannba3 fleeSBarraba
Barrabaa seeks the house ol Marcadlon Marcadlona Mamdf Mamdfa tarcadlana
a lawyer and his wifes brother to whom whomhe whomhe whonihe
he had written hU confession There ho homeets homeets homeets
meets Addlson Addlsont Klng Klngsley k an American Americanmillionaire AmerkanmlJlIonalre Americanmillionaire
millionaire who practically kidnaps him hintFor himFor himFor
For 500OcO OOCO OCO he agrees to marry Luclo LucloWell LucioWell LudoWell
Well with whom his strange hosts son sonIs sonb 505is
Is Infatuated At Klnssleys Kln leys instance he hechanges hechanges hechanges
changes his Identity and becomes Charles CharlesDouRlass CharlesDoullau CharlesDOUgla5
DouRlass an American AmericanWilliam AmericanWilliam AmericanWilliam
William Kingsley comes to see ee his fa father father Tather ¬
ther In the presence of Barrabaa Barra h he de declares de declares deelates ¬
clares he no longer loves Lucte Well but butdoes ootrloes butdues
does love Evelyne Barraba the pretend pretenders pretenders pretefl1lors ¬
ers ers daughter daughterKlngsley daughterKlng daughterKingsley
Klngsley Klng ley confides to Barrabaa his will willingness willIngness willlogness ¬
ingness that his hi son shall marry the thesculptors thesculptrs thesCuiptrs
sculptors daughter That night Barrabaa Barrabaabears BArnb83heans BarTftbSShears
bears Kingsley and Lucie In angry asgr alter altercation altercaUon altercation ¬
cation and the girl disappears He eees eeesKlngsley uesKIngsley t5KIngsley
KIngsley afterward washing the blood Woodfrom bloodfrom bloodfront
from his bands bandsAngrily hancbAn bandsAngrily
Angrily An l1y protesting against the murder murderof murderof murderof
of Lode Barrabas Is seized by Borobou Borobouand Dcunbouand Dambouand
and tied Klngsley then scars his fac facwith face facewith facewith
with sulphuric acid The sculptor la told toldthis toldthis toldthis
this Is to prevent his Identification IdentificationBarrabaa IdentUleatlonBarrabaa identificationBarrabas
Barrabaa becomes reconciled to his hor horrible horrible herrible ¬
rible disfigurement dlsngurementto to being The Man ManWithout ManWithout da dawithout
Without a Face Klngsley tells him the thestory theIItOry thestory
story of the real CbArles Douglass This Thisman Thtaman Thisman
man his business partner Klngsley bad badlearned hadlearned badleamed
learned was th the real father of WHllom WHllomKingaley WilltnmKlng WilliatnKingeley
Kingaley Klng KingeleyEvelyne KingaleyEvelyne ley leyEvelne
Evelyne Is frightened Into unconscious unconsciousness unconsciousness unconC1OflSness ¬
ness by a madman at the sanatorium In Inher Inher Inher
her terror she turns unknowingly to her herfather herfather herfather
father and presses her lips to his scarred scarredface scarre1face scarredface
face faceIn faceIn faceIn
In the supposed madman ma mazo Z who had hadso hadso
so 0 badly frightened Evelyne Barrabas Barrabasrecognizes Darrnbasrecognizes Barrabasrecognizes
recognizes his son lIOn Polydore Polydorelove Poly4orcPolydore FolydorePolydore
Polydore tells his father It was his mad madlove randlove
love for Lucie Well that cused < him to tokill tokUl tokill
kill hie mother motherKlngsley motherKingsle motherKingsley
Klngsley tells Barrabas he must prepare prepareto prepareto prepareto
to go to America Amerl before the tb marriage or orWilliam otWlIl1am ofWilliam
William and Evelyne The Man With Without WithOct Vilhout ¬
out a Face secure In the knowledge of ofhis othb ofhis
his own power bids his erstwhile master masterdefiance masterdefiance rnasteedefiance
defiance Marcadian meanwhile m whUe has man manifested manlreJted manIfested ¬
ifested a desire to brook off the marriage marriageBarrabas marriageBarrabos marriageBarrabas
Barrabas visits Marcadian and Evelyne Bvelyneand Evelyneand Evelyneand
and by agreeing to make the mad patient patientreaHy patientreaMy patientreally
really his son Polydore his special care careInduces careInducCII careinduces
Induces them to withdraw their objec objections objec objections obections ¬
tions to Evelynos marriage to William WilliamDuncan W1lllamDunean WilliamDuncan
The Millionaire Makes an Unex Unexpected Un Unexpetted ex expetted ¬
petted Move MoveAND MoveAND MoveND
ND so after those most disturb disturbing disturbIng ¬
A AND ing events I began to acquire a alittle alittle alittle
little calm calma a semblance of tran tranqulllty tranqulUt Iranqutlity
qulllty qulUt From this time on In Inthe Inthe inthe
the doctors home It would pernaps be bepossible bepo bepossible
possible po lble to pass some happy days daysThanks dasThanks daysThanks
Thanks to the millionaire and In spite spiteof spiteof spiteof
of him I should have tne power to de deceive deceive deceive ¬
ceive all allto to rest after my past tor torments torments tormerits ¬
ments and to enjoy enjo my triumphs WasI Was WasI
I not now as I told the the paper king kingthe kingthe kingthe
the master of the situation situationEvery situationEe situationEvery
Every Ee day I went to see Polydore In Inhis Inhis inhis
his cell From him I did not fear any anyopposition anyopposition anyopposition
opposition to my will llL He was passive passiveAs passiveA5 passiveAs
As to the doctor he had lent himself himselfwith hhruJeltwith himselfwith
with good grace to what he called my mywhim mywhim
whim He merely thought that I was waseccentric waseccentric
eccentric eccentrlcand and joked me about my odd oddprotege oddprotege oddprotege I
protege Needless to say the gv gt1tude gt1tudeof fltude fltudeof Htudeot
of Marcadian and Evelyne was extreme extremeThey cItremcThc extremeThey
They Thc overwhelmed me with kindness
1 ignored the millionaire I no longer longerreckoned longerreckoned longerreckoned
reckoned him In the game Had I Ibeen Ibeen Ibeen
been more cautious I should have havolooked haolooked havelooked
looked for the real reason which made madehim madehim madehim
him not only on 1 agree to his recognized recognizedsons reconizetlldonjJ recognizedsons
sons marriage but to desire It as much muchas muchliS muchas
as anyone Ah If I had only known
bow deep his scheme was wasI wasI wasI
I was happy happ to think that he knew knewnothing knewnothing knewnothing
nothing of Polydore Polydore was safe
In the asylum that at least was as hid ¬
den from him himAnd himAnd himAnd
And so I began be to form some fairer falr falra
hopes for the future When the doctor doctorand doctorand doctorand
and Evelyne were married I would
be near them and my life would flovcf flovcfon fio fioon fioon
on contentedly contentedl with the prestige of my
false Identity and the certitude of my
Incognito I oven arranged the future futureto
to suit my liking with a presumption presumptionwhich preumptionwhich presumptionwhich
which makes me now smile with self selfpItt selfpits i ipity
pity I had h dd dlmised dIpnisfl IJ1I d d the e past iqpj 1t tqg
I Logan wore on the Yale varsity last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year and Auchlncloss was a football footballplayer footballplayer footballplayer
player and oarsman at Yale case Sf played playedcenter playedcenter playedcenter
center at Princeton a few seasons ago agoand agOand agoand
and PTelffer was a Nassau halfback
Crumpacker played center at Michigan MichiganPLAY MfchlganPLAY MichiganPLAY
Atter After a lapse of two years tho Inter Intercollegiate Intercollegiate Intercollegiate ¬
collegiate Basketball League has been beenreorganized beenreorganized beenreorganized
reorganized K R B Hyatt of Yale was waselected wasekcted waselected
elected president at the initial meeting meetingof
of the delegates The season will opon oponDecember openDecember
December 17 when Princeton meets meetsPenn mMlsPenn meetsPenn
Penn at Philadelphia and will end at atthe atthe atthe
the same place on March 4 with Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia and Penn as opponents opponentsCORNELL oppon opponentsCORNELL nts ntsCORNELL
CORNELL IS HAPPY HAPPYUndergraduates HAPPYUndergraduates HAPPYUndergraduates
Undergraduates at Cornell have hailed hailedtho hailedtho
tho new athletic committee rule regard regarding regardIng regarding ¬
ing season tickets t1Ck Ls with joy j6 Hereafter HereafterInstead HresterInstead
Instead of planking down m 12 In cash ca h
for their pasteboards they the will only onlyiave
have iave to give up J6 i and an I O 17 Uto Utothe ILtory to topay
pay the rest before January 15 l By this thismeans thismeans thismeans
means the committee has ha Increased the thesale thesale thesale
sale almost twofold
loved studio which had been the scene sceneof sceneat sceneof
of the happiest S s of my life I gave gavea
a last look at t Uue tue of ooLite Life as it itstood itBtoOO Itstood
stood white and t b tenlntr on its pedes ¬
tal tal Under the sp sp41 H 1 of thIs innt mte mar ¬
ble the spot seemed hcnceforti sacred
The soul of the bouse my d de dead > a wife
Gabrielle had carried the secret of hap
plnem away with 1th her
I could not put aside the memories
that all these surroundings evoked
the wide divan rUILI1 where I had rested
when I was tired from my work work th the tbeportieres theportieres
portieres which hung1 from the stained stainedglass stainedIIa stainedt1se
glass windows Indcws the paintings In oil and andwatfr aldalfr aridwater
water alfr color gifts from friends beauti ¬
ful drawings the rare books on fie
shelves of my bookcase All the books
I loved were In this room roomhere here were
the fragments of myself 1 1Inp
All my my treaSUreR were arra arranged just
a8 I had left them and a vague feel
lag In came to me that this touching at
tention of my daughter would one on d day v
have Its reward An Inward voice olee whim whimpered Whltpered whkpored ¬
pered to me that one day I should como
back that I should end my m days in the thEquletudo thtquietude
quietude of my m little cottage cottageWhen cottageWhen
When 1 en we returned to the dog cart
Mother Carre who was as talking to old
Tape a 1Oeil looked at us curiously curJou h
I heard her whisper to the old soldier
Isnt that a lucky thing for Made Mademolsello Mademoisello tade tademolselJe
molsello Evelyne who would believe
that she would make such a a good match matchas matchas matchas
as that that after what happened
I heard old Tape a IOell say
What a dreadful face fac the old man
has hasAnd
And we e returned slowly to Saint SaintMande SaintMande SaintMande
Mande in time for luncheon luncheonIt lUrKheonIt
It was on the afternoon of the same
day da that Addison Kingsley from whom whomone wlloinone whom whomone
one might ml ht be prepared t for anything anythingall anythingchanged ythlng ythlngchanged
changed with one ot hl1 his great moves movesnIl movesall
all my future plans plansUttle plansLittle plansLitUe
Little did I Imagine what terrible terriblei terribleconsequences terribleconsequences
i consequences would result from this thisnew thisnew thisnew
new move of his At first I rose up
against his wishes and then after a
little reflection the most elementary
logic forced me to rally and like a
beginner In a game I poor fool Imag
Ined that I held the trump cards cardsIt cardsIt cardsIt
It was about 4 oclock In the after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon when the millionaire arrived at
Saint Mande He was In an unusually
gay mood and I saw at once that some something something something ¬
thing unforseen was coming comingThe
The doctor was absent and Kl Kings
ley b began off an at once to tell me moplans his hiBplans hisplans
plans What a fool I had been to
arrange the future futureto to my own liking
But it was the millionaire always
the millionaire who directed the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of events eventsMy eentsuy eventsMy
My friend he said as soon as wo
were alone in the library At 430
on Friday the Touralne sails from
Havre Havrcat at 430 30 Today Is Saturday
you have five days to get your our things thingsready thingsready
ready to say s y goodby Now get busy
right away you have no time tc tt tt105e
lose loseJ 105eI losei
J i refused quietly but firmly to go
to America with him
You seem to have forgotten what
I told you the other day at the tl
Salon I said saidHe saidHe
He burst Into one of his exasperat ¬
ing laughs laughsWill laughsill laughsWill
Will ill you ou be good enough to listen Isten
to what I have to say instead or orchattering orchattering orchattering
I chattering like a magpie You sure ¬
ly 130 do not think that I am going to togive togive togive
give you OU millions of dollars for this thispleasure thispleasure thispleasure
pleasure pleasure of seeing you twirl your
thumbs for the rest of your days
Idling your time here with my im ¬
becile son and your charming daugh ¬
ter I am not going to tell you all allmy allmy anmy
my plans I will explain my inten ¬
tions when we arrive on the othei otheiside otheJsldo otheiside
side of the pond For the present
you have only onl one thing to do that
is to obey understand to obey Lis ¬
ten to me Charljs CharI 5 It Is not moral
I mean it it moral that is a a word that
I consider extremely < French that thata thata
a bachelor bachjlor like you should rot wish wishsome wishsome
some someone one to benefit by his fortune
You have no heirs Douglass DouglassEvelyne DouglassEvelyne DouglassEvelyne
Evelyne I stammered stammeredYes stammeredYes stammeredYes
Yes ves Evelvnc and William You Youspeak YOtIpeak yoispeak
speak like a booby It Is not Barrabas Barrabasto
to whom I am spooking Just for the themoment themoment themoment
moment It Is Douglass Dou lass my business businesspartner businessrartner businesspartner
partner Now I tell you it Is only onlymoral onlymoral onlymoral
moral that Douglass Dou lass should have an
heir And the quickest way to cet et one
Is to take the shortest cut
The shortest cut cutPerfectly cuUporfectly cutPerfectly
Perfectly Now for Instance > GI L
have among unon your friends frlen s or acquaint aCQua111AA acquaintace
AA ace 5a Y9W11 JW d HF J
stretch ran over the HHdreth nag nagwon and andwon andI
won going away awayTho awa awaThCt awayThe
The public here saw the winner race racehere racehere racehere
here a a year ago when he was In the theOdom theOdom theOdom
Odom stable blc Sln Since e then he has haschanged hachanged haschanged
changed hands and is now the property propertyof
of Richard F Carman In the hands handsof handsof handsof
of his new owner Bonnie Kelso has im improved improved tmproved ¬
proved wonderfully and only > a a horse horseof horseof horseof
of the highest class has any business businesswith businesswith businesswith
with him himIt blmIt himIt
It was the general verdict after the therace therace therace
race yesterday ye terday that tha the winner of the theBowie theI theBowie
I Bowie would be the one that beats Bon Bonnie BonI Bonmile ¬
Die Kelso KelsoAs KelsoI KelsoAs
+ S
I As was generally expected Sir Alves Alvescot AlvesI AIrescot
cot took the first event of the af atem a ternron ternronwith ternronwith n nwith
with ease e Itwas a case of class Bob BobWardens BobWaldens BobWaldens
Waldens Chilton Queen set a warm pace pacehere pacehere pacehere
here and opening ope lng up a big gap for forawhile forawhile forawhile
awhile looked like a winner The dis distance distance dielance ¬
tance however was just a bit two far farand tarand farand
and In the stretch the all scarlet was wasswallowed wassw211owed wasswallowed
swallowed up upTom upTorn
Tom Welsh put a good thing over the theplate theplate
plate in the second race race winning with withthe withthe withthe
the Sndringhan filly fill Stilly StI Night the thoThis theproperty theproperty
property ot Harry Pa Payne De WhItney WhItneyThis WhitneyC WhitneyThis
This race looked very open o n and t tptI tptIWere tpewere > p pwere
were as thick as grasshoppers In Kan Kansas KanS lCAnass ¬
ass This state of affairs allowed the theStilly theStilly theSully
Stilly Night NI ht party J8rt to get a bunch of ofmoney otmoney ofmoney
money down at a fair price considering consideringthe con ldec1ngthe
the fact that the filly is probably of ofconsiderably otconliiderabl ofconsiderably
considerably conliiderabl more class than the bunch bunchshe bunchshe bunchshe
she was booked with yesterday yesterdayTrainer yesterdayTrainer yesterdayC yesterdayTrainer
+ C
Trainer Welsh had a swoller down downin dawnIn downin
in the clubhouse book and all his friends friendstailed friendstailed 8 8tailed
tailed on Wrap the legitimate favor favorite favorIte favorit ¬
ite it on the public form ran a nice race racobut rctbut racebut
but was 8 not speedy enough for the good goodthing goodthing goodthing
thing thingTho thingThe
S +
The layers were badly jolted by the tfceStilly theStll1 theSully
Stilly Stll1 Night race but there was more moreto moreto macreto
to come In the very next race Tom TomShaw TomShaw TeenShaw
Shaw and his friends gave the books a abasting abasting abasting
basting that made d8 them groggy all the therest therest therest
rest of the after afterQuestion afternoon afternoonQuestion afternoonQuestion
Question Mark Mar and Hill Top were warethe
the choices here with The Gardener at t
12 to 1 1 The Toddlngton gelding how however h however ¬
ever was ready redy and an his hi friends fre knew knewit kew kewi knewit
it i Led L by Tow Shaw ShW an onslaught onslaughtwas Ouht Ouhtwa onslaughtwas
was wa made on o the te books bk and a The Gar Gardeners Gardeers Gardeners ¬
deners deers odds os went tumbling tubing from fr 12 12to 12to
to 1 to g to 1 before the layers lyer realized realizedwhere realizedwhere
where they ty were at atThe at atThe atThe
The race rce wag w simply a romp rop for fo The
Gardener Garen who led le smpy from tr start stat to fnt finishwith finish finishwith
with wt his field fel driving S behind bblnd him himThe him himTh himS himThe
The Th Belvedere Beve8e Steeplechase Steeh was w won
handily hniy enough engh by Waterway Watery who whoDiebcM wo woseems
H seems t to b have ve go got bc back t to hi his ol old fo fee m
DiebcM Deb a at a a rattling rttng pace here hre but
tired tIre In the te end n Yern Merryman p the t th favor fvor ¬
its I was w foolishly folsly sent right out ot after
Dtebold Ded and these two ran their eye ¬
an t rn
balls out and then ter
bll ot an te Watera cme cazn caznalong
along and galloped In
a1g a nll In Aunt Jule lost
her rider er the second time around
M t aroun
listen liten to what wht I am saying ln Do D you
think thi I am a talking for pleasure This Is
business busIn un As A A I was wa saying Dere ID do you y T hap h I
lion to knew knW a young YDJ man m i went a ayounsr ayjng
younsr in fellow felW for my m future ftu plans l w who whowill whowi whowill
will wi be b worthy iohy of my kn kindness and nd for forcareer forwhom 6r 6rwhom
whom y you miht might make a an e1n1e e1n1eer ehviable ehviablecareer
career er by adopting him and giving dn him himyour himY6 himyour
ao a
your Y6 name nme Can Ca you YO y think tik of anyone aone
Just at this
ju thi moment mnt Douglass
I was wa amazed ame at such h a proposition
What Whst could Cl be the motived mtve Jrptl I turned turnedslowly turnedslowly
slowly swl around aun In my m chair cbr and looked lookedwHh le lookedwith
with wih something IrIN akin ai to dismay dty a at a my y
benefactor benet This Thi lt lu whim h ol O nls nlsseemed tI5Seemed
seemed to surpass all others
seeme sr
As 48 s my m reply did a not or come he said
Irritably IrritablyYou Irtbly IrtblyYO irritablyTot ry di n c h s
You YO dont dnt Know kW anyone anone That Tt is isannoying I isannoying
annoyIJ annoying On Qw could cld find fn a man easy
enough enh in New eW York York bet bt I should sl have havepreferred bT bTprler havepreferred e
preferred prler a Frenchman F out ot of consider consideration consideralien ¬
alien aln for you o and an out ot of consideration
for the other otherThe ohr ohrThe otherThe con3erton
The otherr oter other I said wonderingly ly
s wcn
You s get t on my nerves nre with wit your yourquestions yourquestions
Quetl questions they have neither nihe head nor
t taL tail JL Briefly Bry you yu have five days be before beforeyou bfGre bfGreYO beforeYou nr
you YO to t hunt up the man m Notice NoU that
I leave leve you OU at liberty lerty to choose You
can choose ch a scamp sp If I you U c like lke It I does doesnot do doesnot
not nt matter mater to me who It te f Take Tae him
from fr a prison pin If you OU like lke take tke him hi
from trm Williams WlJs menagerie meDcee or any ay other otherPlace oter oterpace otherplace
Place pace as a bad bd It is all 01 the t same se to me
for the te purpose Pl I wt want him hm for forAll torAU forAll
All my nerves nere seemed sem d to t click clik at his hi
last ut words WrS I got up from my seat and andstood ad andstood
stood stO opposite oppite to him and repeated re in ina Ina
an ete I
a dazed dae fashion fashionFrom fahin fahinFm fashionFront I
From Fm a a prison prn from this ts asylum asylumyou aylu asylumyou
you wat want me to adopt a young OUS man ma
to make me a a stranger strer my son and give
him the te name na or Douglass Dullas I am a to tomke tostake i
America AmericaThats AerIa AmericaThats make mke him my heir her and take te him hm to
Thats It exactly Now Friday even
eay Fria ee
Ing in on board ba the Touraine Toumn without witut fall
Sails Sls from Harm Have at 430 4 exact exactl I fal The Th
transAtlantIc tranAtaU dont dt wait for forpeseengerm ext passengers engers I
like lie your our French Fch omnibuses omnbse Charles Chale t
dont look at at me like lke that You seem m
dazed daed If I you OU could onlv sec s what a a
fool you yu look lk You look as though tough you youwero youwer yorwere
were wer asleep tlep with your eyes open i
There Theo will mi be some sme formalities formalties to toarge i iarrange
arrange arge I said sid in I a a voice voce that tat IMId IMIdnot Ildnt Idi Idinot
not nt recognize rgize as amy asmny my own ow and n I Ihouh should shuld L
like lke to stay sty here hf for Evelynes wed ¬
ding we
dingEvelyne dlngEeiye Evelyne Eeiye can c get married med without withoutyour wftout wftoutyour
your help hep And An as to the formalities formalitieswith foralitie fornialitleewith
with your ur absurd abrd French Frnc law we will willget wi witget
get gt on without witout them the Have the young
man on board bd We Ve will wil arrange ange the yung rest
In the United Unied States S1t8 We do things ting bet i i
ter and more quickly quicky over there there
And An now you have been instructed
Charles Chale end a a man Instructed Instrcted ILtcto Is I worth I
two not nt Instructed Instcte Goodby old friend friendold frend friendold wor
old partner Per Happy H8lpy man Au revoir
This Th extraordinary etriary Yankee Yake had ha been beengone I t
gone a quarter quate of an hour and I was wasstill wa wastill I Istl
still stl crouching crouhing over the cheerful ceerful an fire fir wa In Ic I I Ithe
the library turnlnfi tunB turnln over oe In my m mind mfn the themost themost themost
most extravagant etagt hypotheses hythees but forced force force forceto
to recognize regie once more that this iis man manrepresented Ian Ianreprente I Irepresented
represented reprente Providence Pviene and ad that It was WI
impossible lposslbe for me to push pus away the thehand thehand
I hand han that he held hed out to me meAnd meAnd raeAnd
And only a few ev days dys before I had ha said sd saI saIto
to him I an master mte of tee situation situationnow situationnow situatiornow
now I am a capiWe cl be now of showing show you youthat ou outhat 1 1that
that I can ca ac aci alone aloneAnd alonohow aloneAnd
And how I had boasted bte that tht I wouM wouMnot wuld wuldnot wou1 I Inot
not follow folow him to America Aeric I had said saidthat si sale salethat
that I would do anything aything anything anythingrather anythlJo anythlJorther anythingrather
rather rther than ta that tat I was nothing notn but an anautomaton a at atautomaton
automaton automatfn In this tis mans mysterious mysterioushand mysterl I Ihand
hand had and an every move OO that I thought I Imyself Imselt E
myself could make make was wa directed diecte by b3
him and always so it i seemed and as ashe am amhe
seeme an a
he had told me in my own ow Interests InterestsPolydore Interest interestsPolydore
Polydore Polydore my unfortunate unfortunateson unforunale unforunalesn unfortunateson
son sn I shall sha be able to save 5e you OU now nowIt nowI nowIt
It I was not worth while suspending suspendlnJ over overyour oc ocsyour
your miserable miserble bead hed the terrible terble per perspective perspectve perspective ¬
spective spectve of a lifelong lielong imprisonment Impronment in ina 1 it ita
a madhouse It I was ws hardly hadly wrth worth while whileswearing whie whieswearng whileswearing
swearing swearng to Evelyne Eveyne and an Marcadian MarcadianHe Mrcla MareadianHe
He will wil never leave leo the asylum asylumI lum lumI
I laughed nervously neously as I mocked mockedmyself moed moedmyelf moekecmyself I
myself myselfAh myelf myselfAlt
Ah A the provisions the useless usel calcu calculations calculations ¬
ccu cculatons
lations latons that we make In our life always alwayssuccumb awa aiwaymsuccumb s ssucumb
succumb sucumb to chance chace the only deity deity which whichmanifests whichmanest whic whicmanifests
manifests manest itself itef by Incessant miracles miraclesAnd miracl
And dizzy dl with wih a newborn hope hopE hopemade I Imade Imade i
made my m way wa across acros to the asylum asylumwhere asylumwhere
where I found Polydore Pol dore In his cell cel toss tossing tO 5 5Ig ¬
lug Ig about in I a a restless reste sleep seep his hi fists fistsclenched 1t 1tst 1tstclenched 3
clenched clenched and muttering muterint incoherently incoherentlyThe Incoherenty IncoherentyTe incoherentlyThe
The Te Continuation Contnuntlon of Thl Tlj This Story Stor 1V111 Wil VJl I
I WJ1I Wi Be Found In InA Tomorrows Tonlorowl
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be b expeaded epe in I preparing Ie1 for f t tsa a aa aaaual I nameal
meal Dul tournament tomnt of o the theBowling t kmedca kmedcaBowling
Bowling Bowln congress ene here he next n January JanuaryThe 31 Janu ry ryThe
The committee comie nag h secured s the e call callMum c esilseetni
Mum M one oe of o HIM the finest A iKrfMfess aUegs to tothe lathe
the city ct for fo that tt purpose J The TI re rest restwill t twill
will wi be 10001 0 00O wl which Is 1 considered lnhn low lowThe J lowThe
The building bDng Ig I I perfect t for to the U con congress C eongrass ¬
grass gres in else s and it i is i laid J out e ex exactly axaetly ¬
actly aty right r bt and an 1 1meat te the H sealing arrange arrangemeat
meat met is J excellent excellentThe eclt ecltThe excellentThe
The alley ley equipment eUpt equlpine t wilt w cost o about about50M at atO shout5li
50M 5li A L X
O A 1 Laagtry secretary s will wffllhave willhave
have charge cre of o the t ofleo oo oee force fo pta ptaboys pinboys
boys bys score sre keepers ke p font O judges M etc etcIt etcIt
It I will i require reuie about at forty to BBSB M each eachday eR eRdy
day dy to t set s the th pine and aB eighty etT official officialscorers o Officialscorers
scorers scorer sixteen stee J of wh whom will w be b work workIng wk wkIDJ worklag
I time timeThe tm timeThe lag IDJ on the public pb area aM board rd all a the thetime thetime
The bowling bwln will wi begin bg each e day dy at
9 oclock and an continue cntue through to to t mid midnight mIdnight ¬
night Two T shifts slt of scorers 8e and a pin pinboys pinboys
boys b with wit relief re will wI work wok during the theseventeen theseventeen
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