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THE WASHINGTON TEES UTONDAT lrO 1AY OCTOBER 24 2L 1910 I 9
I CLUE LUEfQ TO IDENTITY BTIHManchester IDENTITYMAY
MAY LIE IN ENGLANDManchester
Manchester Police Answer AnswerInquiry AnsverInquiry AnswerInquiry
Inquiry About Sir Fred Frederick Fredr ¬
r erick Gray GrayHELD GrayHELD GrayHELD
HELD IN CAPITAL CAPITALSWINDLE CAPITALSWINDLE CAPITALSWINDLE
SWINDLE CHARGED CHARGEDBritish CHARGEDBritish CHARGEDBritish
British Authorities Declare Person PersonHe PersonHe PersonHe
He Claims to Be Is Unknown Unknownto
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to Alleged Employes EmployesManchester EmployesManchester ErnployesManchester
Manchester England may mo hold the thekey thekpy thekey
key to the Identity IdenUt of the mysterious mysteriousSir msterlousSir
Sir Frederick rederlck Gray Gra lately known as asBenor asSenor asSenor
Senor Fredrico IL R Gray of Mexico MexicoCity MexicoCity lrexlcocity
City held here hereunder under 2000 OOO bond for forthe forthe forthe
the action of the grand jury juryGray juryGra JuryGray
Gray Gra was arrested here about ten tendays tendays tendays
days ago on the complaint of two twoyoung twoyoung twoyoung
young men Elmon Genoste and andGeorge andGeorgo andGeorge
George Allen Henderson They both de declared dec1arad dec1ard ¬
clared that they the had answered an anadvertisement anadvertisemontlnserted anadvertisement
advertisement advertisemontlnserted Inserted by b him for a asecretary asecretar asecretary1
secretary secretar to take charge of Mexican Mexicanmining Mexicanmining Mexicanmining
mining interests He gave each of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them the single position they assert assertand assertand assertand
and required them to make a cash de deposit deposit deposit ¬
posit of 500 Because Henderson had hadput hadput hadput
put up the money mone he caused the mans mansarrest mansarrest mansarrest
arrest en In n a charge of obtaining money moneyon mone moneon moneyon
on false pretenses pretensesPolice preten pretensesPoljce es esPolice
Police Record Received ReceivedFrom ReceivedFrom ReceivedFrom
From Chief Constable Robert Pea Peacock Peacock Peacock ¬
cock of Manchester England the po pollee police ¬
lice have received a record which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they believe Is that of 0 the man they
hold here When arrested Gray Gra had hadcards hadcards hadcards
cards purporting to Identify denUt Richard RichardMusgrave RichardIusgrave RichardMusgrave
Musgrave representing the Musgrave
Ltd Company of Manchester Eng Enl ¬
land The report from the constable constablereads constablerea constablereads
reads readsI rea s shI
hI I beg to report with reference to the thecablegram thecablegram thecablegram
cablegram from Superintendent Sylves Sylvester Slvester Syivester ¬
ter police Washington D C that tho thoabove thoabove theabove
above named who claims to be and has hascards hascards hascards
cards as Richard Musgrave llus ave represent representing reprc representing ent entIn ¬
ing In Musgrave Ltd Lt Manchester the only
limited company co pan of that name is Mus Muserave Musgrave lus lusgrave
grave Co Ltd 40 Doansgate Man Manchester 1lanchester Manchester ¬
chester and they neither know Gray Graynor Graynor Graynor
nor anyone named Richard Rlch rd F Mus Musgrave Musgrave rus rusgrave ¬
grave representing thorn in fact no noMusgrave noUuBgravc noMusgravo
Musgrave has been in that firm for
the last twentyfive years yearsMusgrave yearsMusgrave eors eorsltlusgrave
Musgrave In Unknown UnknownI
I Ijave also made Inquiries from frocFred fromFrederick
Frederick Fred rlck Ralph Musgrave broker 13 13and 19and 1 1and
and 20 > 0 Exchange ExchR ge Building Bulldln St Marys Marysgate Maysgate Marysgate
gate and William A Musgrove atVl atVland st stbl stbland l land
and metal merchant Bridge street city cItybut citybut
but the above named is unknown to tothftm tothpm tothem
them thftmIn thpmIn themJn
In all probability Frederick Gray is isidentical isidentical Isidentical
identical with Frederick Grey sentenced sentencedat
at Manchester assizes April 7 1902 to totwelve tot totwelve
twelve t elE twelve
and twelve months con concurrent concurrent ¬
S
current for foremblnzloment embezzlement and forgery torgcrraJ forgerya1o
alpo aJ o at the Manchester assizes Novem November Noemb Novembet ¬
bet b r 9 1901 as diaries Frederick Grey Greysentenced Greysentenced Greysentenced
sentenced to t twelve and twelve months monthsconcurrent monthsconUrrtntJ monthsconcurrentj
concurrent < f f8t r bigamy and fraud also alsoat aleeat alsoat
at the Manchester assizes January Januar 23
1305 19J 19 as Charles Frederick Gray sen sentenced sentenced seatenced ¬
tenced to five years penal servitude for
forgery forgeryDescription forgeoDes forgeryDesr1ptIon
Description Des rlptlon Born 187 1S isle 6 five feet feetclicrht feetel feeteight
eight el ht and onequarter inches tall pale palecomplexion palecomplexlon palecomplexion
complexion brown hair and blue eyes eyesmole eC8 eC8mole eyesmolt
mole right side of neck walks lame and andmill a amill adniI1
mill manager by occupation occupationIt
It Is expected that further communi communication communication communication ¬
cation with 1th the Manchester police will m
be held by the Washington authorities
in an attempt to establish Grays iden identity IdenUty Identity ¬
tity tityExhibits UtyBUILDING tityBUILDING
BUILDING SHOW SHOWON
0 ON IN ST LOUIS LOUISExhibits LOUISExhibits
Exhibits Comprise Model ModelHouses Mo ModelHouses el elHouses
Houses With All the Lat Latest Latest Latest ¬
est Appliances AppliancesBT
BT LOUIS Mo fo Oct 24 AA A real es estate estate estate ¬
tate and > building show something somethingunique somethingunique somethingunique
unique In the way of exhibitions In this thiscountry thifllcountry thiscountry
country opened in St Louis < today and andrtU andcontinue andIi
< rtU continue for one week weekThe weekfte weekC
Ii Iicontinue
The C show Is conducted in the inter interest interest internet ¬
est of o the prospective purchaser of ofhomes otlOmes ofhomes
homes lOmes and other classes class of ot real eal estate estateTho estateThe estateTho
Tho chief chic exhibits consist of model modelhouses model10USOS modelhouses
houses 10USOS showing showln the latest late t appliances pliance8
in heating drainage decoration ccoraUon inter ¬
ior finish furnishings and an all other
details that go to majce up a model
home or apartment apartmentONLY aJartmentONLY apartmentONLY
ONLY NEWEST FILMS FILMSAT FILMSAT FILMSAT
AT VIRGINIA THEATER THEATERAnnouncement THEA TIIEATERAnnouncement TER TERAnnouncement
Announcement Is Made By Byagement Man Management lUanagement ¬
agement That There Will lill Be BeNo BeNo BeNo
No Repeaters RepeatersA
A new ne departure that promises promi s a treat treatto treatto treatto
to the patrons of the Virginia Theater TheaterCOS Theaterros Theatercos
COS Ninth street northwest north t is advertised advertisedby advert1 advertisedby ed edby
by the managementBeginning managementBeginning management managementBeginning
Beginning today this house will cx exhibit cx111blt cxhibit ¬
hibit dally dati three highclass pictures
from the th leading Him manufacturers manufacturersnever manufacturersn manufacturersnrr
never n r before shown in a Washington Washingtonmoving Washingtonmoving Vashingtonmoln
moving moln picture parlor parlorIt parlorIt parlorIt
It Is announced that thore will be no norepeaters norpeaters norepeaters
repeaters at this place of amusement amusementtween
An arrangemert has been perte perfocted < t d be
tween the management of the Virginia Virginiaand Virginiaand Virginiaand
and the film manufacturers which will wjllenable wIInable willenable
enable the former to show their pictures pictureson pictureson
on the day da of their release by the manu manuaturfrs ¬
facturers facturersOrchestral farturersOrebestral aturfrsOrdlpstral
Orchestral mu muLc ir will be li an added at ¬
traction at each performance performancerg pertormancI
I
rg l Fy5 Fy5Li
Li E EI I
I want any person P n who W11 suffers s trr with
fcUliousnPss s constipation eonst raU n indigestion indigestionor j
or any liver llrc r or blood iMraont to try
my m PawPaw Lavr Tills Iill < t I guaran tniaran aran
tee they > wll purify urlfy the blood and put putthe putt1
the t1 liver and stomach into a healthful healthfulcondition healthfulccndltion It > althful althfulcClndltion
condition and will positively posIUt > ly cure bil
Itousness and constipation or I will willrefund willrefund m mrfund
refund your our money mone xnoneyMnnyons Munyons Rome Komcopathlo RomeopathIo omc omcopathlo
opathlo Homo onic Remedy Co 53rd 53 and andeorson
ffcfferaon eorson Sta Philadelphia Pa
I Thinks Objection to Stage Is Passing I LHOMME SANS FIGURE FIGURETHE By ByALBERT ALBERT BOISSIERE BOISSIERE7ra
7 7ra ra rotated tedfrsithc frem the Frc FretckbyFloresce FretckbyFloresceTHE ek by florettU florettUCrewcfencs
THE MAN WITHOUT WTHO UT A FACE FA CE Crewcfencs CrewcfencsCopyright
Copyright 1M
FLORA ZABELLE ZABELLEIn
In 9Jp Up and Down D wn Broadv ay
ACTOR NO LONGER LONGERSOCIAL LONGERSOCIALOUTCAST
SOCIAL SOCIALOUTCAST SOCIALOUTCASTPosition OUTCAST OUTCASTPosition
Position of Stage Folk FolkChanged FolkChanged FolkChanged
Changed for Better Says SaysFlora SaysFlora SaysFlora
Flora Zabelle ZabelleNever ZabelleNever ZabelleNever
Never In the history hlfltol of the th American Americanstage Americanstage AmerlcanstS8
stage nav ha hav ± there been so juany iwsiI 1t1 J1 youn younwomen young oon oonwomen
women of good families balae educated educatedfor edueaedfor edtictedfor
for the th stage as today todayThis todayThis
This statement was wa 8 made by Flora Za Zabelle Zabelle Zabelle ¬
belle who will m appear aD r at the New Na National National National ¬
tional this week with her husband Ray Raymond Raymond Raymend ¬
mond Hitchcock In The Man Ian Who WhoOwns WhoOwns ho hoOwns
Owns Bioadway BioadwayMrs Boadwa BoadwaMrs BloadwayMrs
Mrs Hitchcock is not clawed as a one oneof oneof oneof
of the older stars but she he says Y S she can canremember canlememb8T canremember
remember when an actress actr seldom t1 om had badany hadany hadany
any social socl l standing ftatUn though th h sh she may mayhave mayhave mayhave
have had aspirations aspirationsWhen aspirationsWhen aspirationsWhen
When I rtrst informed my father that thatI
I had a desire to KO on the stage he hethrew hethrew hethrew
threw im his hands and tried to make makeme makem makeme
me m think what I would be giving iinJ up upthe untbe upthe
the actress said saidWhen salt1When saidWhen
When I told tol him I would not be hap happy happy j jpy
py unless unle g I toot up this work he re relenttd releated 1 1letited
letited but still ttii clunK clun to the theory that thata
a stage career car er meant social octracism octradsmNow octracismNow octracismNow
Now that has all changed lanJed The old oldtime o1c1timE oldtime
time > objtctkm asrainst the stage taJo as a aprofession ftprotefiSlon aprofession
profession is fast dyine away The pro profession profession profession ¬
fession of an a actor acto has crown rown to be an anhonorable anhonorable anhonorable
honorable calling caJlln The tone of our ourtheaters ourtheaters ourtheaters
theaters is higher hlh r and there has come comeabout comeabout comeabout
about a complete reconciliation between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the church and the stage stageSEVEN sta staSEVEN staeSEVEN
SEVEN DAYS SETS SETSNEW SETSNEW SETSNEW
NEW RECORD RUN RUNComedy RUNComedy RUNComedy
Comedy Reaches Four Hundredth HundredthPerformance HundredthPerformance HundredthPerformance
Performance in New York YorkDc YorkDccasion YorkOccasion Oc Occasion ¬
casion Is Celebrated CelebratedNEW Celebrated1NEW CelebratedNEWT
NEW YORK Oct 21 2LSevcn Seven Days Dayshas DaOshas Dayshas
has reached Its four hundredth con consecutive consecutive consecutive ¬
secutive performance In what Is the thelongest thelongest thelongest
longest unbroken run ever recorded by bya bya bya
a comedy In New York YorkThe YorkTbe YorkThe
The run has continued eonUnu 1 without break breaksince breksince breaksince
since the night of the first production of ofthe otthe ofthe
the play plo The occasion on Saturday night nightwas nightwag nightwas
was observed on the part of o Wagon Wagenhals Wagonusia Yagenhals
hals and Kemper the managers by bygifts byltts bygifts
gifts ltts to the members iueners of the company companyand companand companyand
and a note of thanks for the share shareeach shaneach shareeach
each had contributed to the success successof 8UCC15Sof successof
of the comedy omed Mary Iat Roberts Rine Rlnthart Rlnehart > 1 1hart
hart one on of the authors of Seven SevenDays S SevenDays < cn cnDa
Days Da sent a cable message metl8 ge from fromLondon fromLondon fromLondon
London while Avery A very Hopwood was waspresent waspresent waspresent
present In the theater theaterJust thE theaterHORLICKS > Rtlr Rtlrjust
Just just Say SayHORLICKS SaYH SaYHHORLICKS
HORLICKS HORLICKSIt
It Means MeansOriginal MeansOriinaI eans eansOriginal
Original and Genuine GenuineMALTED Genu1ntMALTED GenuncMALTED
MALTED MILK MILKThe Wi lK i iThe
The FoodDrink for All Ages AgesAloro AgesMore
More healthful than Tea or CoffeoAgrees Coffeo CoffeoAgrees CoffeeAgrees I
Agrees with the weakest weak 31i digestion digestionDelicious digestionDelieiou5 iIigostioaDeliciou5
Delicious invigorating iuvigoratingLnd and nutritious nutritiousRich nutrit nutritIoa3RIh oul I IRieth
Rich milk malted grain in powder form formA formA foriLA
A quick lunch prepared in a minute minuteTake milluteTake minuteTake
Take no substitute Ask for HORLICKS HORLICKSKirOthers HORLICKSOthers HORLICKSaOtJzers
KirOthers = > Others are imitations imitationsYour
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will last longer If you use useELECTRIC useLftTRIC
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213 13 Fourteenth Street Northwest NorthwestTelephone NorthwestTelephone
6 Telephone Main 72 2 to 0
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DELIVER TICKETS TICKETSInnovation TICKETSORDERED
ORDERED BY PHONE PHONEInnovation PHONEInnovation
Innovation In Seat Buying BuyingPlanned BuyingPlanhed BuyingPlanhed
Planhed By Columbia ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaTheater
Theater TheaterThe
The free delivery of ticker ordered orderedby orderiMIIt orderedby
by It telephone will hereafterbe a regu regular regu1ar reguar ¬
lar l ar feature ef the system of convent conveniences conveRIen conventenees ¬
ences en e provided for patrons of the Co Columbia Columbia Coumbia ¬
lumbia l Theater TheaterThis TheatrThis TheaterThis
This innovation will nl go into effect at atonce atonce atonce
once Under its operation persons per ons de desiring destring
siring seats seat for any performance may mayby mayby mayby
by telephoning their orders to the box boxoffice boxoffice bozOffice
office have the seats delivered imme immediately immediately immediately ¬
diately at their homes or offices ottice at the theregular theregular th thregular
regular prices In order to protect protectprospective protect1OtipecUve protecilrOSPeCttVO
prospective patrons from the Incon Inconvenience Inconvenience inconvenience ¬
venience of being elng turned away or be being beIng beIng ¬
ing compelled to accept less le s desirable desirableseats desirableseats desirableseats
seats that had been laid away a on or orders orders orders ¬
ders that never materialized the Co Columbia Columbl Columbla ¬
lumbia management found it expedi expedient expedlnt expedient ¬
ent nt last season to do away aw with Ub the thereservation there th I Ireservation
re reservation rvaUon of seats s ts on telephone telephoneorder telephoneorder teephonsorder
order orderAs orderA
As A in some instances this rule ruleproved 1
proved roved a hardship to those desiring to tovisit tolaU ttvisit I
visit laU the house it has been arranged arrangedto L Lto
to make immediate delivery without withoutextra withoulextra
extra charge of any tickets ordered orderedby orderedby orderedby
by telephone telephoneCONCERT telephoneCONCERT
CONCERT SERIES SERIESAT SERIESAT SERIESAT
AT THE COLUMBIA COLUMBIABostonia COLU1lBIABostonia COLUMBIABostonia
Bostonia Sextette Club Booked So SoAppear foAppear QoAppear
Appear At the First FirstAiusicale FirstAiusicale Firstiviusicale
Aiusicale AiusicaleW
1 W L 1 Radcllffe has UlS inaugurated Iuaugur ted a aseries a aseries
series of concerts to take place lacc at the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia Theater during the present presentseason present presentseason presentseason
season It w4IL wilJ wieLinclude include artists arU ts of O the thefirst tIlCftrst thefirst
first rank mos moer of whom are new to tothe toth tothe
the th Washington public publicThe publicThe publicThe
The series serl s will open on November 9 9with 9with I Iwith
with the Bostonia Sexto SeCtNe e Club It Is Isunder Isunder isunder
under the direction of its founder C CL CL
L 1 Staats Staatse < t he e celebrated clarinet vir virtuoso virtuoso virtuoso ¬
tuoso tuosoA tuosoA tuosoA
A second concert will vill take place on onNovember onovembl1 oiNovember
November ovembl1 80 with a jont recital by byFlorence byFlort byFlorence
Florence Flort > n C Larrabee pianist and Pier Florence FlerencC Pierence ¬
ence Hardcman iolst
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedBarrabaa
Barrabaa a sculptor returns to bis bishome 1113home I
home to find his hS wife iCe murdered Ma Madaughter bIsdaughter hisdaughter
daughter Evelyne unconscious and his bUeon hisEOn hiseon
eon Poiydore a youth of twenty gibber gibberIns Cl ClIng glkh glkhing
Ing in a loft The boy says sI1s he has kilted kiltedhis ktJledhis
his mother and the father writes a let letter letter leticr ¬
ter to the dead womans brother taklps taklpsthe taJdJ1fthe
the crime on himself Thenhe flees fleesBarrabas ftee fteeBarrabaa hessBarrabes
Barrabas seeks the house oou of Marcadian Marcadiana nedlan nedlanL
a L lawyer and his wifes brother to whom whomhe whomCee WhOHihe
he had d txrltten his h confession I There be bemeets bemeets
Cee m 1 1mllUooalre
meets Addison Klngsl Kiagiey I y an American Americanmillionaire
millionaire who practically kidnaps him himFor hlllLloor
For J2WOW h be agree agrees to marry Lucia LueteWell LucS LucSell
Well Veil ell with whom hit strange boats son sonis 5flis OIl OIlfa
is infatuated At Klngateys Kln leya Instance IA aRCe be bechanges hechanges beChanges
changes his identity and becomes omee Charles CharlesDouglass C arles arlesDouJ1aes
Douglass an American AmericanWilliam AmericanWilliam AmericanWilliam
William Kingsley comes ta I MM ee his la lather tatMr ¬
thOr In the presence of Bfcrrabas he de declares declares ¬
clares dares he h nu longer love loves Iucto Ikt WelL but botdoes butdoes
does love Evelyne EveJ Barrabas Ba the pretend pretenders pretenders pretendCrs ¬
ers daughter daughterKlngeley daughterKingsley
Klngeley confides to Barrabas his will willingness ¬
ingness that his son shall marry the thewulptors theMulptors th thsculptors t
sculptors daughter That night Barrabas Barrabashears DarraHsl
hears l rs Kingsley and Lucie In angry fl5Y niter nitercation ISlteratioR
cation and the girl 4UeIpean < lsaw > ears Jle seea seeaKlng ee eeh eeard 55
Klng Kingsley lj afterward ard washing the blood Moodfrom bloodAnJrUy
from his hands handsAngrily h
Angrily protesting against th t murder murderof mu muof mur4sof < <
of Lucie L It Barrabas is s seized iz d by Bambou Bamlleuand Bambouand
and tied Kingsley then scars hb face faoewith facewith feeswith
with sulphuric < acid The sculptor ptlr is told toWthis toldthlll toldthis
this la to prevent his hi Mentlftcation MentlftcationBarrabaa IdentlAatUonBarrablul
Barrabaa becomes reconciled to his her horrible herrible ¬
rible disfigurement dlanllremeJlttn to being The Man ManWithout XanWithout
Without a Face Kingsley tells tel Ie him the tbestory thestr thestory
story str of the real Charles Douglass Dougla This Thisman nlamaD
man his hi bualnaoa bullln p JMlrtner rtn r KtnKnlrsy KJp 1I had hadearned j
earned was the real l father of VUMom VUMomLlngsley WilthmKingsley IIIIIunlngeleT
Llngsley
Evelyne Is frightened Into unconscious anconsclotuneza u unconsciousnezs COft8clot COft8clotDea
neza by b a madman m dmaB at the sanatoriuM la laher laher Inher
her terror ah eRe turns unknowingly U to her herfather herfather
father and preens her Ups to his scarred scarredface rr811 rr811face
face facein facein
in the supposed madman 2 xfb whe bad badso Mdeo
so badly frightened Bvcljne vclyne Barrabas Barrabasrecognises DarrallasrecoJDIIIM
recognises his son Polydore
Polydore PI Idore tells tel his father it was hit iaad iaadteve JRadrwen
love for Lucia Well that caused him b a to tokill
kill hl his mother motherKingsley motherKingsley rwen I
Kingsley tells lil Barrabas be moat prepare prepareWilliam prepareto
to xo to America before the marriage or orWlUlam
William and Evnlyne The Man dan an With Without WUhuc 15 15out ¬ I
out uc a Face secure ure in the knowledge kD we et f
hiM own power Md Wets his erstwhile master masterd maMerckftaftct
ckftaftct d nanc Marcadian meanwhile owhlle has man manUeeted n nlClsted
Ueeted a desire de ln to break off the marriage marriageBarrabac marriageBarra
Barrabac Barra visits Ietts Marcadian and Evelyne Evelyneid Evel EvelId velyne velyneCLd
CLd id by agreeing to make the mad id pattet pattetreally JlAtMittl1y
really l1y his hi son Polydore his special 1 care careB caceueell carea4uees
B a4uees < < UCCS them to withdraw their objec objections ebectlOfis bjeC bjeCLlone ¬
tions to Bvelynes Evely marriage to William WilHamDuncan VII VIIDuncan
Duncan DuncanKlngsley DuncanKIDsley DuncanKingsley
Klngsley tells Barrabas he must call Miltate1y im immediately memediately ¬
mediately tate1y for America and before goln golnmust going goingmUllt goingmust
must adopt a son ft The Man Wltfcowt Wltfcowta
a Face rebels but knows he mast obey e ey
His thoughts turn t tf > Polydore PolydoreBarrabas I IolydoreBarrabea > oIydoreBarrabu
Barrabas and Polydore sail for f Assert America AIltMIII Asserten ¬
ca < II with Addison Kingsley Kln < < I J Evelyn and andOn aBIIhfr aMher
her ftane ware them ta farewell farewellOn eli eliOn
On the way over LuctoWell Iode Well Wellt s sto supposed supposedto
to t have been murdered mu and the Hmdo HmdoJim UtRdoeJIm
Jim appear on board r Tb The HisSes says sajrsbe saysbe r r1M
be loves Lucia and has hidden her away awayat awayt awayat
at t Kmgl Xtapleyll y8 orders orde P P8I7do Pslydws 4 d Mre shows Ms MseW JUsekI 55old i
eW infatuation for the th girl RtriA44 JtrlAcWhon girlAddison
A44 Addison son KtoKsley KID ey tella tell his partner rtIHIr he hehas 1Mwu hehas
has wu ptan pleased 4 to have ha Y1 Potydore PeIdore now adapt adapted aMped ¬
ed ae Tbeodore Fb odore Dowitese Marry rry Lucia LxcMWell IAd4Well LuciaWell
Well He II reveals this t as a part rt of Ma hisrovesge de denrvge
revenge against William WIlIta WIlItaCHAPTER Kta Kiasjey KiasjeyCHAPTERXXI ley leyCHAPTER
CHAPTER CHAPTERXXI CHAPTERXXILucies XXI XXILucies XXILucies
Lucies Vanity Vanityy VanityLUCIE
y UCIE was the millionaires pro proLtegee protegee proI
LUCIE I tegee In Isle 18 luxurious home homeamidst bottteamidst homeLi
Ltegee Li amidst the gliuortog display y uC uCwealth tICI ofwealth
I wealth by a sort of irony of offate oCtate Offate
fate she relgncij as a a queen one might mightsay inthtsay
I say She had a certain gace rac a and andcharm andchanu andcharm
charm and seemed Quite at h hfl her > r ease In InKingsleya InKJngsl InKingsleys
Kingsleya KJngsl 8 mansion ma 8ton The sumptuous sumptuoussurroundings suMPtUOWlurroundhtiJJ suaoptuoessurroundings
surroundings were w e a fitting 1ttUn f fiase une for forh forher
h her r undeniable > beauty Sh She did not notseem notiem notseem 1
seem at all astonished lnlMbed at her fmm fm Immtnse Immtnsegood ns nsgood rute rutegood
good fortune She accepted it wjth the thecame thefUtme theseme
came Indifference IndUrere f that she had shown shownwhen shownwhen I
I when she had been befl > n held h 1d in seclusion in Inh Inzhe
zhe h house at Xeuilly Xeu III y Site took t04 k every everything everything ¬
thing as it came Her approaching a 11t rear nitrringe j
rlage with my adopted son however howeverseemed howev howeveemed howeverseemed
seemed to give II her nor < < entire satisfaction satisfactionShe Mtillfae MtillfaeShe atlofsctieeShe
She took great pleasure in treating me meas meas moas
as an elderly mn m n of no consequence consequenceand colUlequencand eonseqisancand
and one day wh v when n we wer ve alone sb sbplayed ihplayed I Iplayfd
played a little part that I was as not ex expecting expecUn cxporting ¬
porting pectingChart pecUnCharlH portingCharlee
Chart CharlH she saM there te a deli delicate delicate ¬
cate matter upon which I should shou4 like to toconsult toconsult 1 1consult I
consult you youShe youShe ouu ouuShe
She rang for her maid maidBring maidBring
Bring me those tho e boxee you placed in inmr Inmv iii iiimy I
mr room this th morning mornln < < she 5he said saidThe saidhe
The he boxes contained the trousseau trousseauthat trGUaiMUthat troueaathat
that had ben M > R ordered for bw wfc when n I Iwag Iw I Ito
wag w to have married her at NeuiDy NeuiDySh NeuillyShe ulny ulnyShe
Sh She unfolded the white bridal gown gonarefuUy gowscarefully j jcarefully
carefully shook the shimmering silk sItkand silkand i iand
and said in a voice that was almost almostr8erent almosireverent j
reverent reverentIsnt reverentIsnt
Isnt 1 > > nt it beautiful uUful Exquisite You Youcan Yuean I
can understand how ho eow I like it I was wasobliged waifobliged wa waobliged S IS
obliged to bring brtn it with Ith me JIt I could not notpart fbipart
part from It And 1 thought tho ht perhaps perhapByou perhaPIJyou perhapsyou 11 11pan
you would not mind Charles if ifFor ttFor IfFor
For a moment I bad nothing nothl to say r I Iwas Iwas I I Iwas
was on the point of bursting bursttn out laugh laughing lauhIn laughing ¬
ing In and andet yet I had a feeling tn < of 0 sadness sadnessShe sadne sadnessShe s sShe
She at once put my silence down to re regrets regn re regrets ¬
grets gn ts for she said quickly quicklyOh qulcklUOh quicklyOh
UOh Oh Charles then you did rea realove r renl renllove I Ilove >
love me after all allThat aUThat allThat
That I did not I said indignantly indignantlyKingsley IBdi isedlgnaietJyKingsley < < nanU nanUKlngsle
Kingsley came in at that moment momentand momentand momentand
and taking me familiarly fatnlHarv by the arm armdrew armdrv p pdrew
drew drv me into the smokingroom smokingroomWhat smokJ Eroont EroontWhat
What is she bringing brJ n that lt bridal bridalgret brl bddadress al aldress I
dress out for be said ashlssg Db To Tobring T C Cbring
bring back the th past and make YOU re reI regret
gret I suppose supposeI suppo e eI
I I laughed laughedIt I II IItlsposelble
I It Itlsposelble te possible po Ible I Isaki IsakiWe Hid saklfor HidYe
We Ye had fixed the da day o of the wtddinJ wtddinJI
I for the 2 51h th It was W also on th the 3fth 3fththat h hthat ii iithat I
that the doctor and an l Evelyne were g ginr ge geIn
inr In to be married in Paris Marcadian Marcadianlong Marcadiarhad larcadlaRhad goI I
had written me a letter four pages es eslonr
long telling me the preparations pagest that thatwere thatwere thaiwere t
were were being made and the date on en n which whichthev whiePthey
they the would OUId be married i po 0 o < Kingsley Kingsleyhad Klngsl y yha I
had ha haJ fixed Lucies wedding for the same sameday salIMIda sazn saznday S
day da I wanted wank to get these the e two mar marriages marrlages ¬ i
riages over so that I could turn more morethan morethan mor morthan C
than ever to business busine and thus take takea tak 1 1a
a new interest In life lifeOne lIf lIfOne lifeOne
One evening even In I was at my hotel taking takingmy takinJmy taMniI
my cup of tea when ben Polydore burst in inupon inupon Ic Icupon I
upon me excitedly x ltedly H Ht > Cropped into a achair achair s L Lchair
chair quite out of b bWe tn tnWe 1 1Vc
We Vc cant get marii mand < d on the 2th 2thhe 2thhe th thhe
he said at last lastWhy lastWhy
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Why WhyIts WhyIts
Its nl 11 tl UKiURi tr tv tJl J 1 i I tM Hm I m 1 I
tf to t o take Lucies Lucle papers to th the city hall hallfor baHtor
for f or ute legal J l formalities t rma1tdet1 btt b bget he IIId W tOt tOtset l
get g et them there on time and that pww pwwth JMP PUJ
th the affair oft for some days daysHe dAyLn dAyLnHe 1
He paused 1NL HCI and wiped wt his b bmth foreh forehetJ i iwith
with w ltt isis handkerchief handkerchiefItv
Itv absurd abe rd too absurd bsutd he said sai saitho MS MSthough I
though tho t h talking talkln to himself himselfWhat hllDklUWhat
What la tsr I a asked ked not t undersUnd undersUndtar UJldett1dtnr UHdOiM5J5dDg
tar I Dg
tarWhy Why hy the way Lucie fascinates me mesie meSe
sie S ie seems to be > able abl to charmany eha ny JB81l JB81lbut an anbut
but b ut in this case it is ridtculou ildicuIouea a His Hindoo Hiftdoo ¬
doo d oe servant servantHe vqtr vqtrHe
He IL brake b e into a nervous IKOWImade Jaucfc JaucfcShe
She ban made that poor PGorcrazy Beng flengaks Je Jecraxy
crazy c razy over hw he coMtteved He Hewwhl Hewoulfl ie ieeulI
wwhl w eulI sacrifice C his life for her And she shelaugh 8hehtu
htu l laugh = hss and m4clcs Jtl Cks him I never heard heardof beardof
of o f anythmx so ridiculous ridlculousWby ridiculousWhy ridiculousWhy
Why rjjucukmsf tl Liculous culOas I said aid I should shouldflad sisbeddnd bouklftod
flad fi nd It far more natural that a little mil milliner mMlin ¬
liner lin l r should marry an honest valet than thanto tlaaah thano
to h t o > IM > in the th he jMtfition GIIitton wher wherH wh where re ate 1s DOW DOWHer uower
H Her er r beautIful eye 18 have ba wrecked your YOi YOife j
fl Mfc fe itnd I am des nt afraid have made greater greaterhavo JIna1erhavo I javo
havo h avo than t > M tiIthink think witi Dr Km Kmlevs XIRs XIRsays
levs IeY l ays I a aPolyd
Polyd Potydore d r lacked ked at me a aM d then thensaid th thenaid
said s aid m a stow deep voice voiceI iJ
I am certain now w that she does doesnot doesnot doesot
not n ot care for me any more tbaavsbe tbaavsbecared than ahe aheeared be beared
cared c for William Kl Xhfgsley rgsley Th There re is isonly isonly isnly
only o nly one thing abe loves in the w world wrldtbat worldthat rld rldthat
that is money mono or rather the bril brilliant brilHant brhliant ¬
liant l life that money can procure procureThat procureTht procurnhat
That T hat is i her only passion passionI NUIBlon NUIBlonI
I found out that long lon ao 0 I re replied repU yelied ¬
plied pU p lied Lucle If I Ii beautiful woman womanwithout wOlJIILftwithout wolpanwithout
without a soul > > ou1 ad ad her power of offascination ot8dnaUon ofascnaUon
fascination f 8dnaUon is so much the more ore be because Hh Hheau e eause
cause eau c she i is honest hoD4l t She to 1 10M lilt M a abeautiful abeautiful a aeautiful
beautiful b licht UchtIM h attracts the themoths themoths themoths
moths and a they a9Y sinfe tqe their wings wingsbut winpbut
but b ut It does He D4 ied t hurt her herSo herSo I
So be 1C It ni scorch my wing 1 1cannot 1CADDOt I
cannot c reason rea n I love her too much muchShe muchShe muchhe
She S he is so beautiful and pure purePolydores pure purePolydores purePotydores
Polydores abjectness was pitiful pitifulI
I think I said after a silence silencethat alieneethat silencethat
that from tro a man like you and a aschemer achemer
chemer s like Lucie the worst to to tobe toDe
be b e feared Tour passior has no ex exCUM exCUM cxuss
CUM c uss and JHl her influence over you yOll so o olimit 0Ilmft
limit l I think that Mr Klngiey Iagsley has hasmade baade hasmade
made de the biggest bg etlt mistake of o hU h life Utein lifen lifeIn
In I n bringing 1 about this match I IdeckMd ha baXe baXederided e edecided
decided to leave town tomorrow TOM TOMcan TotlC1Ut Youan
can c an get getf getmarried g t f married without me Adieu Adieum AdieuAnd Mteumy Adieumy
m my ss n nAnd nAnd
And I got up and left him himCHAPTER hl hlCHAPTER himCHAPTER
CHAPTER XXII XXIIKingstey XXIIKinls1er XXIIKings4ey
Kingstey Is Despondent DespondentT
T I T PASSED a Whole year ftIoI to the factories facioriegJi
Ji at Ilolyoke HoIJoIr working workmn like a a Machine MachineI
I worked Orked fourteen hour hours c a day It was wasonly wasonl
only 011I in this war WILT Ihat hat I was able ab e in some someway someWay
way to forget r the past putI I
I heard rtIIIrUlarlt reuIari rtr9m flOlll Paris xarea xareaJians torcadiess arca arcadlans
Jians < letters were friendly ft1eD ly to the ex extreme extreme cxtrenee
treme the doctors full of a L flllal affec affection affectksn ¬ I Itlon
tion and Bvelynes to I Iwere
my great regret regretwere regretthe
were the shortest oMeet and only spoke about aboutPolydoM aboutPo1ydos bout boutZ
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PolydoM Po1ydos and Lucie since al8cethe the mar marriage marrta marnape ¬
nape rta < < e had trotted tted over the principal principaltowns priacipaltow principaltowns
towns tow of the U United State and when whenever Wbfl whenever > D Dever ¬
ever I i4 a letter from my son It was wasalways wasalway wasalways
always a demand for money One hun hundred hundred bundred
dred thousand dollars was not enough enoughfor enou enoughfor h htor
for Lucies Lucie extravagance extrava nce She on berklfO her herskis
skis klfO made the same appeal to the mil millionaires mlllionalre mUhonalrea ¬
lionaires generosity ty but he paid no at attention attntlon attentlon ¬
tention to her herEach herEach herEach
Each time that Kingsley came to toHolyoke tftHolyok teHolyoke
Holyoke I found him mon > and ad more moregloomy moredoomy moregloomy
gloomy more mote and more initabte Ire Liable To Toward Toward Toward ¬
ward the th last days of autumn when we wewere wewere
were taking the Inventory mvt tor the end endof endor
of the year I saw him for the im imtime rat rattime
time show aa a utter uti lack of interest in tothe inthe
the figures figuresOne dgu dguOne
One morning he spoke to me without withoutrestraint wIthoutrestraint Ithout Ithoutreetramt S
restraint restraintCharles restraintCharles
Charles he said HI I am beginning to tobre
break bre Jt uiwn tWD I am In glad now that you youI ou ouare
are hern her with h me I nover thought you youcould youeoukl I
youI
could g t to work a as you have Thanks Thanksto ThanksC I
to you untiring untlrl energy e our earnings earningshave earDInpha earningihave C
have ha e g ge ne up u a third thirdAnd U UAnd
And he enumerated all the fortunate fortunatestrokes fortunatI ortunatPstr i
strokes str kM I had made and congratulated congratulatedme tulated tulatedJIH I
me warmly Then with one of his hisdenchaniges sud suddencha 500dtm
dencha dtm denchaniges baaes es he said gloomily gloomilyCbarh l oomlly oomllyrk
Cbarh < rk I am afraid that after an all allplanning allthU allI I
that I b he e done all 11 my sbensing and andplannl andI I
planning plannl < < will < < W be bt useless 1dS I am afraid I Ihave Ihae I I
have be heels m mistaken mistakenAbout mistakenAbout allltakerLAbout
About what whatAbout whatAbout whatr whatrAbout
About William WilliamWhy WilliamWhy TnHam TnHamrhy
Why rhy dont you OU say as about Lade LucieI Lad LadJ
I Luefre uco icl to but an instrument From tht thti heI he heI I
I I moment that her h r marriage fails fall to have haveI haveany havi1SY i
I any eTtct t oa William she is of no use u uWI1UJ1 useWi1Ui
Wllttar i knows r Lw > jv that she is living livingbat ltvin ltvinJut
Jut bat she did not throw vitriol ttrlol at you yound youI yetP I
I nd that we e were forcing tomnr her hfl > r to marry marryI marrII P
I I ou u He knows that she h is i now married marriedto marriesto I
to Z the miserable ml erable idiot that we weok wek w
ok k from his asylum He knows that thatym tbatYJU thaiyu t
ym have been my accomplice accompliceHe eeOIDptlceI
He I fe knows kPO that we have given to totflls totltbl t
tflls wellmatched couple a fortune equal equalto equalto eqea eqeato I
to that which he w is entitled to He has hasknown hasknown I
known all that th t for a month and ftd he does doesnot doesnot doesI S
not rise up against aph1 t you OU or against me I Ihave Ihaxe I IS I
have not heard hetud a word from him It is isincomprehensible isIlKOIDprt Ii Iilucomprehenaible S
incomprehensible incomprehensibleTh IlKOIDprt > helwlb1e helwlb1eTh
Th The pi pimoment proud paper kin king seemed emed for a amoment a amoment L
moment a brokewdown old man with without without without ¬
out energy energydefeated defeated eated Never X ver had hadseen I Iseen
seen 25 ft him so > > 0 physically and morall morallnonplussed morannonpl >
nonplussed nonpl lilt > head dropped forward forwardon I
on his chest and he remained malned silent silentfor slIentfor sileniP I
for several minutes Th TIL ii > i suddenly suddenlyhe sudden uddenlyhe P
he struck the desk with his flats He Hestood Hestood H Hstood
stood up before me drawing his fig figure ftgure figUre ¬
ure to its full height h i ht He was now nowthe nowthe sosthe
the man who was wa capable of making makingall makiTl makiTlaJi makhtsalI
all bow to his will willHe willHe m mHe
He strode from one end en of my of office office oflice ¬
fice to the other otherI
I I have not made a mistake It is isimpotfible isImpo i1 i1Imposible
impotfible Impo ible I know he cares caresI
I was silent but I could easily have havetold havetold
told him that unhappily his calcula calculations caleula1I0RS calcutations
tions had been too correct Only fif fifteen dtteen fifteen ¬
teen days before fore I had received a aletter 1 1letter i iletter
letter of violent recriminations rtmlnatloaa from fromthe frombe fronithe
the be doctor d tor in which he upbraided me mefor mefor setfor
for having odiously deceived him himabout binabout i iabout
about Lucie Lu < l Well eIl I had led him to tobelieve tobt tc tcbelieve
believe bt > Ure that she was dead dt > ad Between Betweenthe Betwpenthr Iletweerthe
the llnfs Unf of It + Ms uis hoprlrss letter h ttfr It was wascasv wa waCav
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ru Lade WU W as deep as ev ever r Perhaps Perhapsand
the t h future would even pan Ida hi caJCtl csIcuatiens
JatfOlU l darift dating < < sa the they were and his hisrevenge hisreveqe hisevenge
revenge r fail more heavily than h an 11 ¬
ticipated t on the doctor whowa info ianooant iDOcent infoent
cent c ent of any crim crimBut crime
But I told him nothing about the let letar ¬
ter t ar Why hy should I give ve him th the satin aatiav satinaction tls tlsaction
f action ot knowing that his cruel re rege recage
v cage Ke was working w < < kine so well And when whene whenee I Ir
r ee e inventory Inventor terminated and he left leftoyyoke
flotyyoke fl oyyoke to retorn to New York In a astate astate
state s tate of utter dejection I watched tdaed him himgo himo
g go 0 Mttte dreaming dreamtII that I should never neverlook BeYerlook neverook
look l upon him again this tbt man so re remist reust
mist b ust In health who had worked and andpaid andpaid
paid p aid so dearly de rl for a vengeance ence that h hwas be beMIS hewas
was not deittined tl6ed to enjoy even when whenfrom wbeneveutB whenvents
vents e brought CUCht about In a a manner
r = d drdsdful rul tb than n he bad ever hung JmacE hungIgat
E Igat rht dayS later I r received ved a letter letterront
f from ront Marcndtaa He wrote wrotenet
Y You < MI eaAlAtt eant anderstisd tIwno tIwnoIteM the serious serioussees
net IteM of the situation Bv EvelYn 4n e ban has5usd
h had d the > wea weakness to confess ftJDI to her er
husband who th the mam was yo you took tooICaay tookaway
away from Ms asylum JUlY It fe iMpos iMposwho hupostole
M stole Ie tw me to ten you In t this letter Jetterwbe letterwho
who he really is although I know I
that we should have ha all your sym 87
1S pnthy tny tb I hop that an soon 800nalbe as pos p
albe lbe you VOM ou will be able to make a visit
to France Your son U inhering un ¬ I
der let the fflunon fUt ioft that tJa t y you u and aDC I Iworked ICk Iworked
worked Ck together t pber to bring about Ab ut this thismarriage tbIsmarrk thismarriage
marriage marrk between his patient Z Zand ZaDd Zslid
and Lucia Well Nothing that t at I can cansay canBa cansay
Ba say can convince oD him l In that he has hasmade hasMade hasswie
made an au error If you came over overyou overyou overyou
you would be ahe ae to clear the sale mteT MisU saleuderMsdInK
U uderMsdInK MandtnK at 0De4The once onceThe
T The 1fAter letter r1 fell from mr My fe bands ds 1y fy
Poor little Evelyne I saw w clearly I
th the t he seriousness of t the situation Idt siteedtlon lon She Shewas Shfwas Shewas
was only onl a frail girl and ah she ht had had
the t he weakness to confess to her hue ¬ I
band that Z th the abnormal creat creator creatur creaturr ¬
or urr wag her brother rother Polydore And
tht t hIs doctor doctorhad had thought that I helped
Addison Kingsley Xln ley in his scheme and
that t ht Marcadian had had a hand in
t the he matter I BOW understood und tood his re recriminations recrtmlnation recrlndnatlona ¬
criminations his suspicion and the th thensulting
insulting InuIUD I tone of his hl letter lett Alas A1 the
foresight the calculations tAltulati Ds of the dis ¬
honored husband who h was now nowwreaking noWWrek nowwreaking I
wreaking Wrek hut vengeance eneaa bn the Inno Innocent IDnoent Innocent ¬
cent son had been correct correctI e rrect
I felt with a vague Ya < < ue premonition
that w we wer were all going to suffer
through the subsequent events so I
decided to take Marcadians advice adviceand adTtc adTtcand advictand
and return to France FranceI
I had my trunks parked I was wasready wasreoad wagready
ready reoad to go whenthe wh nthe sudden arrival arrivalof arrivalof
of 0 my sow Polydore and his wife
forced m 1IHt to delay my Journey JourneyThe JourneyTile journeyThe
The BtIimntloii of Thin Story Will Willlie 1I1 1I1lie In InDe
lie KeHBd In Tomorrows Tomorros131HHco TomorrowsIs
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CURE CUREOF Of ECZEMA i
AND ANDDANI3RUFF BUROFF BUROFFBy i
By ByOne One Box BoxofCutkuraOintmentand of Cuticura Ointment and andOne andOne
One Cake of Cuticura Soap SoapHead Soap5Ilead I
Head Perfectly Clear ClearHI
HI 44 I am pleased to inform you 00 that 1 1bare 1have
bare been cured br bf Cudbura Cuti ura Soap and andOintment andOintment
Ointment Since I was wssa a boy I Lave Laveffered ve ve6Uareced
6Uareced ffered with dandruff dandn r not only from fromthe fromthe
the itching but from its disagreeable disagreeableappearance di disagreeableappeere ageeable ageeableappearaoce
appearance in a scaly form all over my myhead mybead
bead I bad to brash it off my mu cIot cJotbes dotbosall es esall
all day long I used every kind of l prep preparatioa Pf peeparation I Iacation
aratioa supposed to ctre cIre dandruff also alsosoaps alsosoaps
soaps and shampoos but it seemed to tome toma j jme
me that instead of improving with withthese withthese withthese I
these remedies the dandruff increased increasedeven inCteUtdI increasedeven
I even my hair began to fall fallout out and the tberesult theresult theresult
result was that two months ago eczema eczemadeveloped eczemadeveloped ecaemadeveloped
developed on ay it scalp
I suffered so from this that as a last lastj lastouree
I j rreource ouree I thought I would try Cuticura Cuticurai CuticursSoap
i Soap and Cuticura Ointment Tberbad Tberbadtbe TbeY had hadthe badthe
the most JDC > > t gratifyinc results re nalt8 for I had hadI badused
I used only one box of ol Cuticura Ointment Ointmenti Ointmentaad Ointmentand
i and a single cake of Cuticura Soap when wbenI
I wag cured the eczema and dDdn dandruff dandruffwere dandruffwore r rW
were W < < e gone g De and my bead perfectly dear dearlive clearS
S 1 can assure you rota that m long as I Ilive t tJie
live no other soap so than Cuticura will be beused j jused I Iused
used by me and all those near to roe roeI mewill
I I will also add that I will always we weCuticara meCutictira e eCuticttra
Cuticara Ointment as a dressing dn8Sin > for the tbehair thehair thehair
hair I feel that vou should know of otrny iaj
j cure and if you desire re you may ma mar use this tblSas
as 5 a true testimonial te timooial which comes from froma
a sufferer of thirty tbirt years YfVS standing taDd D I Iwill Iedit
will be happy to tellany t tell II any one of my ex experience experience enS ¬
perience perienee in order to assist M8 8t those thosewbo who may maybe S
be suffering from the u same disease J Jo 1 1kcovedo
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