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THE TUL81 UA1LV WOULD. IN DA Y NOV R M It E R 10 11 MilllON BOLLAP MYSTERY Ifadd MacGath III. MM IK 1 1 .hi 1! i llrt " h I . hi (ill ask linn Kill all I w it h ... V' "'V jtr- 'Ha. ' ' wr ' ' JONfb WfcACXi rut. 1X.ANK. 9tH.l l HAVUi ft? 1 I I I 1 h ' I , I, I . I Kl-eutl) . v Hi -1 i "Why, I wK 11 "" kin'1 " '! pre s eatei ''"5 ""' " " ' Mil asked ii I 'H Minn I' I. mine ul 1 ' 11 ' HimiiU'li. ih H . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 k ver important m Ii. happen, I signified Ihal I wu rturgn hviv Tlir mini uliplii I ii i U,, i . llHIIll HlHl 1 1 I 'I 1 i,uUk plain i "I n "' 1 Founded l" find ii ""' 1 h 1,1 ,: win. i ai rum i thought "" had in ' ii played "I oh moi ii i in 1 "" ' Ii Htmi'liri: JONES AND MENRI SCOVAN, RUSSIAN MINISTER OF FOUC-C , CQN3Wi.UNG TO TRAP &BAINE AND Ho3 AC-COMPUCI.& 4 uasti paper thl n V.' ah M't kill W homo months, Hand in r to the ho i ii. ii iv in 1 1- I oan v ihii her frequently. An. I I II take Hi. ii pew Ii alone foi iinulyshi No pollcu affair?" "No w o dai b no) . .ill Hi. in In," Hllld .Inn K ei have a hi lew of puru lyrin; but that'll who huh not far away, rha! hie "Neither are you the Russian min- poiKonod fruit bad stricken down anllstor of police," urbanely. out alder troubled him none .it all. "Who arc yout" urn thai mysterious message he I 1 I am Hargreave'a confidential in. in, men nl h. have; it mlffht be a life am .sir." ili ith affair, n mlghi be a clew t. the The two men eyed eacu other lr I- .Hi', or the whereabouta of Uaf J cautioualy. reave "You apeak ItuaalaBt" f the three Im.kK like. That U why I lought Hargreave." "I Mill gladly i"ini them out to you," tald Jonea, rubbing lii inn. in together, a itgn that be was greatly pluaaod. "Thai will be very good "f you, I'n sure," in a rumbling bui perfect! 1 1 it .ii' dor Hi in Thus, while, onl) one man f. .Unwed "No, I am able to mua, Bcveral kepi a far n Jin, I worda, that is ail " JnneH Bcrlbbled hia name ..n u ldani The liuaalan lit a ird and had n taken t., the l isslan'gl Bmokod leisurely, ii. ni. A room, Tim iinic ' 1 1 ii tiiit ' ard i n im ii rlbbjo a cigarel and was In in hi i . hurry. wil 1 I hat country kuowa won poisons i lion I .1" Hu vi I ii.. t "And Ihey will Iriicc It tin k "l an go elsewhere," he . oldly N .11 "Tin in. .mi nt you oroai mi omplia in all) Ii bia'Hiiie In i turn lo pace ilunner hi. n stai'eil her In tit nialevolenl I., .i and cried softly, In i sin- . u .l have be n fininil Hi,- taciturn hutloi ilyned he h.nl ei v r seen befor ner wire written three of fou which resembled a cross betw brew and Qreek. "Itumphl" muttered th "Whiidda '' kimw about r- am his ii , i it 1 1 1 , airint I am I in vnrd powered to bring back t. Ruaala a i He- man who is known here by the nan." t.f Kraine, another by the name nf hoy, I Vrooin and a woman who rails her" that? Belf a countcaa and unfortunately Is Torn lid the thogh ins yes hi iw d with fury. i lusl I In- boy ri'tui ne.l 1 few legible Knuli.-h. Ami s iddenly they all tin disappear i" "Suddenly; and you mas believe mi that from that time on they'll b(i It was different from anything "No, I am nt the ininla'er; but 1 heard of never more, able t.. me. Mr. Hargreave "ill bit happj to hear that his i"nK enforced hiding will Boon coma to an and." "All you have to do, sir. is in point them "tit i" me." II may take n week i.r ten days." lt government has waited f.ir ten yi us t.. gather in this delectable trto. A month, if you like." Innes, he said "They have all three tuken mil i ' The anoner the hetter. I shall rail He'll sei yun!' i urallcatlon papers.' Is evening after dinner. We shall ilver ei The Ituaalan waved tin hand airily begin with Mr. Bralne; and generally Jonei went "nce they are In Itussls those docu-l where he is is the woman. Vroob I) notkina the menta will nevoi to light. Th: will he the most difficult." man Bralne, n has been learned, hai "After dinner, then, since you knovi andlng by a long been In the pay of Prussia, and some of h.s haunts. There Ik a re locked and was has given the genera) staff of that I war, t." Icountrs mans plan of our frontlet I Jones laughed Ihetrtly "Keep H I'lm ken scratches; Inii 1 guess the one. All I desire is some ictoi tu Hi. bell rings llooalan On your way, proof against them tlint th i Jones, li. I Mnrtensc," ho cried to the hall maid, Iowa In this country. The i wine, the who wanted a look at the ear. I. Winn simple." willingly double whatever tins reward is tn eliminate tin m dacpicablc . rea titles It III I, IS ..ff.ilia." ' Tii, inks." sinie mis conversation was taking place Norton i u. d about; and feeling the cravings turn cigarvt. prepared to lull ime. i.itlv tu find that h(. hadn't tin- "makings." s.i fute urged him to tsp Into ii." near est tobacconist's, Hu asked foi ins favorite brand mid paaSI 'I ever t he sllvsf, Uralne and his companions saw Norton snter the shop, it agreed with their plana perfectly. The tobacconist happen, d Inl.e affiliated with ths order Bu they hurried Into the shop, Jim instantly realised that he was in a trap "How dan 1 t-'et nut Of here?'' ho whispered lo the tobaooonlst. The latter smiled. "I have to obey those gentlemen, 1 don't know what they want you for) but If I ma le a more to help you l should find my own throat cut without saving? pours, ' "Tile ill I U!" . Jim made a dash fnr the rear floor. tn int. I li locked, (ven as he fumbled with the koy, Drains and his com panions flung themselves upon titu i i porter and erpowered him "Ah, my frn nd Bralne!" hi said i y mi ml Norton!" jeered the victor. 'And what do you want, sumo pea. lies'.'" "A pipe:, my friend, a little sheet uf p.ip.r uith Invisible writing on it- e promise t.. K.n yun something In exchange tor it." "What?' a ked Jim With as intnii nonchalant ,,s he 1 ould assume. "Si an h," said Jim. "Yun won't object i" mj smoking;?" He began to roll a elguret while they passed over him. He struck a match; thi pleas ant aroma of tobacco floated a) out his held. "He's i-'ut it on him somewhere I saw him lak. it He's got his nerve with him." The , linn et glowed. Jim smoked bun iedl) . Through every pocket they went. The contents of his wallet lay seat tend at his feet; his watch dangled from the chain. The cigarel grew sin. rt.r and shorter. Suddenly ons uf the men stretched out u hand and whisked the cigarel from Jim s lips. He threw it t.. the flour and stamped out the coal, "I thought so!" he exclaimed, hold ing uiii the scrap uf burned paper tu wards Uralne, The words "Dear Hargreave" worg all that rein. lined of the message. ' With a snarl of rage I'.niine whipped ont his revulver. "1 win give you one minute to tell me what thai paper contained." "And after that minute is up?" "A bullet in your stomach." Quirk as n flash Jim's hand sln.t nut, caught the lo.isely held revolver, gave it a wrench, and brought it down savage!) upon Bralne's head. Then he reversed it and backed to ward tin front entrance. "An revotr, till We meet apinn, gentlemen!" Bettor Bsts Baodbag. There isn't much in that arugment about the saloon being the poor man's club, exeepl that it keeps the poor II.. fortifications. I du nut know what any yourself, sir. I M r argii uli J man poor Toledo Blade. i lit , i ii tin h 1 K that i would Instantly ivill have; no hunt court in law lie will have bought end i always rarr .. pellet; the frull piece b piece, the basket in and thai ring of . . u i - would suffi f a basket shop lie wlH have injected a regiment, she will no) die she will (the poison himself when alone. Poor morel) become a kind of paralytic; Susan! That messenger was without I enough; always whirled aim t in a the threat of the death chair. That's t lie w.i he I I ih.it in. ink sheet uf l Many .III. .1 1 ill- of I'M I ld.lt an .1 iii weak .it.. - Uli an lion lie icuttai ti i- una Mo to do its ink ami Hu Mvi'i and bowel are iiun in' in a i" alii ni HOSTETTER'S r T 1 u ' wm n i ifinttis nook ON Diseases AMI IH' 'i io inn Hallsd Free to mr Sddfl S the aull.. r H.tlll IlllVi H, . V I I Hill A I t Slrrl Tori I . see how tlljt pool "11. W e are luck) . cr in. in. 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