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% Flaming^ I : s pjOBTSUT "W CHAMBERS O lUQQ osoacs H douas rOMDAjev ■ 1 I i SYNOPSIS. the Adirondack forests battle for possession of originally stolen Tnfl&ugh i rates A savage 1 tha, Flaming jewel, I from the refugee Ä _ a i cetfNTESS THKODOKICA of Ks Mhmria by the great international I QrîxTANA. * In Taris Qp In tana was robbed of the f»in by inM u r m i K F ciJNÖH an American soldier, \vho brought the gem back to the <ils routable hunting camp where he lived a life of crime ever a nee lit» .eguimate business of guiding hunt imt parties had been destroyed years: ago by the uncle of JAMBS 'DARRAGH Darragh. going as wiTtort'the'Tewir" her Clinch is passionately fighting for tho dowel as It represent* the sole! moans of giving his beautiful step EW M STRAYER.*th* 'education of a lady." Eve and her lover. TROOPER STORMONT, escape Quintana, who with his gang some to the camp to regain jewel. Eve swims Star Tond with Wfijt she believes lo be the real Jewels In her mouth. Darragh takes ■feat Eve thought was an empty jewel caae from Quintana an.l finds the real jewels In a false bottom Darragh learns that the countess and companions are about to arrive f - g,t Uls hunting lodge. i < from has the a CHATTER III afternoon when Darragh con It was awoke In his bunk, stiff, sore, fnaed'ln mind and battered In body. Wler. hearing hint astir, came In •■How long have you been back! Iftfyou meet the ladies with your flivver?" demanded Darragh, im Pdtjetitly. "I got to Five Lakes station Just g& ns fjte train came In. The young, K ladies were the only passengers who got out. et earn er thkm 'to Harrod Plac W «"Where did you say I was?" asked Darnach. i «"(Out In the woods, somewhere. ! The last I saw of them, Mrs. Ray ! hand their hand-bags and .Terry and i Toth were shouldering their trunks." ! 'Tin going up there right away." tnWTTupted Darragh excitedly. In a pathetic attempt to spruce u(Jt" he knotted the red tsindanna a»«n<l his !»•<* and pinched Sal r s wlouch hat Into a peak ! !«tu look like one of Clinch s bums.- remarked M 1er with native I ' ' • k . d^arragh. chagrln^4p went to bdhk. pulled the mofocro case from the pillow, and shoved It Into the bosom of his flannel shirt. '•That's the main thing anyway." he thought. Then, turning to Wler. he asked whether Eve and Stor reont ha.l awakened. «"Appear'd that Trooper 8tor mont had saddled up and cantered > •xtt'&v nfi^r Bunriti«* leaving ' worth*tha■ he must hunt up h s ! I wilted to get their two trunks and then I drove md< x.,r lö,3pok out for Clinch's step-daugh ter." ; ,'^bp's all right here. Cnn't you keep «n aye on h«r Ralph?" K <r V r erj' well. sir. Rut supposa sh« takes It into h«r head to leave—" • Uaeragh called back, gaily: "She üKK t: she haan t an\ vlothes. And? ,«k hi strode in ihe gnrgeuu* aun-, «hine-iof a magn firent autumn day. al! Gee clean and vigorous youth ot hl îO Are In anticipation of a re un4«»>which the letter from his lady lot^FJad transfigured into a tryst. a. Bar jn that amaxltig courtship of a' aiMpe day, he never dreamed that he had won the heart white-faced, hungry child In silken tatters still stained with the f that sad. K* bloody of massacré —the very soles of her shoes still charrsd by the .- • > r - - * jpÄit half an hour later he camel to hîîfc! =enses with n^distlnct shock, StrWght ahead of him on the trail, and coming directly toward hfm. figure in knickers and belt ed tweed. Flecked sunlight slanted on the stranger's cheek and burnished hair. dappling face and flgt^re with jnov ing. golden spots. Instantly Darragh knew and trembled. But Theodorlca of Esthonia had known him only in his uniform. j As she came toward him. lovely in her Jithe and rounded grace, only friendly curiosity gazed at him from her Mup eyes. Suddenly she knew him, went riet to her yellow hair, then white: and tried to speak—hut had no control of the short, rosy upper lip which only quivered as he took her hands. / The forest was dead still around them save for the whisper of paint ed leave* sifting down from a «un lit vault above. Finally she said In a ghnat of a voice. "My—friend." "If you accept hia friendship. "Friendship Is to he shared. lngled—on that day. Your share la—as much os pleases you." "All you have to give me. then " "Take It .... all I have. ...." blue eye« met his with a little., effort All courage Is an effort. Then that young man dropped on bot h knees at her feet and laid hia Hps to her soft hands. Ours H' In trembling silenc e she stood for » moment, th knees to faœ Clasped hands. So, In the gilded slowly »ink on both hlrtl across their cathedral of the woods, pillared with «liver, and azure-domed, the betrothal of these two was sealed with clasp and Up. Awed, a little fearful, she looked into her lover's e\ to all things sirtrily. that the still purity of her face eeemed a sacramen'. anil lie •carcely dared touch the lips she offered. with a gaze so chaste. »bliviou* so f child.sh Rut when the sacrament of the Iss had been _ «He I •estudone hand on his shoulder and •oee"Jfrd drew him w.th her. Th«u hia moment came: he drew he emblazoned caee from hi* breast. accompJiahed. , ^J>*ned it. and. in silence, la.d it Jn ^ b * n<i * Th « b*aze of tha Jewel» almost blinded In the sunshine them. That was his moment. I)arraRh hadn't a chance. the bushes two pistols were thruat hard against his stomach, tana's face was beh nd them . . wore no mask, hut the three men! with him watched h;nt over the! n f handkerchiefs—over the | leveled rifle« too sights of let eleil rifle«, too. The youthful Grand Duchess had I tllrm>ll deadlv white. One of Quin-' lana's men look the morocco case! from her hands and shoved her ! hia leveled Quintana's. Out of The next moment Quin Me aside without ceremony. Quintana leered at Darragh over feapons: "My fr.'en' Smith!" he exclaimed have softly. "So 1» Is you. then, wh twice try to rdh me of my property! How recollec? Y "Ah? Yoy you hâve robbed me of a parquet which'contain only some chocolate? igh's face was burning with , "Dai helpless rage. "My Smith," repeated frlen'. f Y / A QulnUn# , .. do you r ec™lec what wa « you « ay 10 me . Ve « ? . |ow oflen „ „ thp one xpec.ed | wh ,,. h „„ I1(llla „ y happ « n? Vou are quite correc'. I'ami Smith. It has!"" happen " ' B , anr ,. (I lhp open JeW el box whl( . h (im , ()f maak „, m « n | h ..... : r . „L ' ... , . . ..' . . ' . " *"■" 5 ou i 7«v Wh.t vau do ^ P ..°! > 1 ' >ou do to Nlck i ,. _ , . __. . v arrngh. dr> Tm'.'"," foT when 1 k I K !t : njïSjïf'è q w J >■ u , I I , i l , s .w L ; Tonic the Morocco Case FYntn Her Hands and Shoved Her Aside. y iljnIana burat imo laughter, "Aq! You should have shot me! Y'oii are quite right, my frîen.' I mus' say you have behave v*r' foolish." He lauKhei again an hard that Darragh felt hia pistole shaking against his body. _ fp r . K , "So you ha\> kill Nick Salxar, eh? continued Qu ntana with per nod humor. "My frien.' I sm oblige to you L»r what you do. You are surprise? Kli ? It Is ver' simple my frien* Smith. Wh»t I want of a he kill? Eh? Of what man who cai Is he to me? Viol*!" . He laughed, patted Darragh on e of his pistol». U could be of use. the shoulder with "You. Why? Recau than was Nick Sa Then, swiftly his dark festur«s altered: "My frien' Smith." he said. "1 have come h«re for mv property. nor !.. kill. I have r'«.over my pro are a better ma sar. He who kills is better than the diad." perty. Why shall I kill you? To say that I am a better min? Yes. p«r haps. Rut alan I should he oblige to say that also I am a fool. Yaas' A poor damfool." Without shifting his eye« he made a motion with one pistol to h's men. As they turned and entered the thicket, Quintana's Jntent gas* be t-arne murderous. / "ff i mus' kill you I shall doso. otherwise I have sufficient trouh'e t 0 keep keep me (rom ennui. M> frien*. I am going horue to enjoy) mv property. If vou live or die Jt s ,* nlflP!l nothing to me. No! Why for.the pleasure of killing you.' should I bring your dirty gendarmes, on my h««,,? He backed away to the edçe of the thicket, venturing one swift and, evil srlance at the girl who stood as thouah (taxed. "Listen attentively." he said to Darragh. "One of my men remain* hidden very near. He Is shot. dead His aim la at your sweet heart's body. You understan'?" "Yes." - "Ver' well. J'ou shall not go away for one hour time. After that—'' he took off hls-slouch hat with a, sweeping bow—"you hell?" Behind him the bushes parted.! closed. Jose Quintana had made hlal* adieux > (Continued In Our Kelt Issue) may go to NOOSE GIVE HIGH HONOK TO WALSH From a review of 600.00« representing 1.669 lodges, Maurlr» j.j Walsh, dictator of Wil mJnglon Lodge, No. 1S4, mem j )Prs I-o va l Or-| der of Moose, has been chosen as Niatant ti> General Dictator G.-< >rge f the Supreme Lodge of the World. The appolntm mi Is one; of gre a t honor. Mr. VN alsh will ns ume his new dut:es on November : My son, an empty house Is bet ter than a bad tenant," but thou , canat secure a good tenant through , |h« Want Ads.—Adv. * The Old Home Town By Stanley Bf f clear out S Ö THERE YOU ) Ü YOt'NG» J S CALAWAG ^yA» L § r 90 m m % m Pu V/' l&SSLT / JIGGERS TH' MARSHAL /£/gi L \ K jfe/ r* * I > ä ï \ V 3 IV a#*" -ZfZfCà m % j vV é -j c. - 2 A \ ti MARSHAL OT£;Y WALKER A PPEAk'ED OUST ,'A1 TIME TO C, (ASE A <SAN<3 OF HALLOWEEN HOODLUMS WHO WERE ALL SET To WHEEL AWAY THE TOWN JAIL , s *TANL£f Ur Urnern YOUR LAST KÄME Copyilgnt, 1920, hy The McClure .Newspaper Syndicate BY MARY M AUSHAU. DUFFLE wa ' lh, ' n0 " k „ , , 1 ** ,n n * * n . '. , ,, here The founder of the famil} hcie M . ar f'° n ..^ r " V ° rk * "».re Lnaland. In la».. grated t his family ami probably brothers. Robert and .John. Wti Ham Mars'on was a Quaker, and wa 'hamelully persecuted by his 1 'ur. tan neighbors. Among Ot h er things! he was fined fifteen pounds onion, 0 ccani**n. because he kept paper? ,W ° ,1 " f " r " nr " oI hl " r " WUl i^n^a^ IS IT MAILSTON? Middle English "mere" or! "mear" had the significance of, boundary, and a mere-stone was a stone that marked the boundary of one territory and another. Thus several places In England derived the name Marston. and from such place surname Marston, iwn In the United States as In He mi-|sh Salem. Mass.. In 1634 with th hi* JACK DAWS ADVENTURES =3 BY ELTON •J ■NT? m r T j *r ? m & ■ s j \ m . ^¥$ m K' -mp V, i-i » /© \ yi YrK. y I IT ! m j l|P 7 % ! p V âSivI §y|||§| r in » 'Y ■ j ! I ' ;j # t fjfo I 3> : •X Ati i r // ■ -A A - i •>4 I 4 ' ^ t Ml «SRI 1 f A£ a AKmM ü ■Mit. 2 l 'M Then he tied one end of his sheet intil midnight. All day Jack had been planning on a means of escape. He Anally decided that the only means would be td g«t down to the ground on ladder to the bed poM. He then climbed out quietly and started down, some kind of a ladder. He quickly pulled al! the bed clothes from the His faithful dog. Flip, was waiting below and barked a greeting. Jack bed and tied them eqd to end. JaÜ; ratted "Re still Flip." said Jack as he neared the ground. "Do y< to wake the guard up?" The hoy then dropped off the end of the '.ad der. Flip didn't hark again but he Jumped up and p&wefl a^Iack. He was glad to see him again. Continued. want slid down the rope hurriedly,but qu etly. A Tough Question FRECKLES AND HiS FRIENDS BY BLOSSER I UOMJ IS IT TUAT ) 1 KEvjER. SEE mw x IN SUNDAY SCUOOl/ / ?? r A\U, T AlWY SOIN 1 T SUN3AV ScuooL ATTAIN, _ THAT'S" WAT YOU MUSTN'T J SAY TV! AT A tas »K . Tv 2 VOLTLL SFT OJSR TUAT, VOU 12MOM VOU MUST 60 Tb SUMDAV SCUOOU tH CÎJDSJ2 "TO BF. A «COD BOV \»USN CU»ISTMAT CCMtS > W, ot CCU2SE, ! - -- f TAS- y S"A>iTA CLAUS IS A 6ÖOD MAN, AIN'T MS,ROM 5 ; I »? ■J l Go BACK. ' ■ ft □ / ) V J rfa i-rl. If ; ^£STB»AV VÎU1CU ^tA? SLwjDav be ,4 J 4 V £ HK^v - V J A f .Ï -A / ?v~fj i 15 dis fly < v f i K Lf.t P l i®\ * a ' - ( Try mdy drrrmrrrrrm F=/ % i) / A / l V <1 c ik O $ \ my \ 'J \ \ \ % ' * / 33 --i.*? \ V7A »«»-L ■s BY ALLMAN DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Danny is Keeping Books • ïï r L3 _(dan-nee: 1 [/MISTER, DID YOU ££( L05t A FIFTY CENT L PIECE. TODAY P DID I ? WAIT, I'LL Look and set ! YES. ! GUE-5S I DID L05E ONE- DIQ YOU FIND ONE, YOOMö MAN P . I'M JUST FINDING OUT HOW MANY HAVE BEEN LOST To DAY - VooRS MAKES NINETEEN I SET PI I. I I HiM' I i i « V OT E toe M C. •*- fi > / ) i HO i ■y H *» / yes: sir : i t r. •A S- » * I y' i \ PAM-Mtf L j TTT L ^Wjasb. . 3 . ft I* I p i- II A W '?!: I Vi ~Tw]yTy) Miff/ ml V \ H? / I KftS lc J ft A V I 4 r:ed Marin. surgeon living in grandson 177S . noted English dramatist am, divine | The name of his There were was marr'ed twice, flrat wife Is unknown. four ch|m „ n by that unlon: ... Thomas. William. John and Pru dence. When William was seventy years old he married a second time Sabrina Page, who was about nine teen. By this late marriage he had one child, a daughter named Try phena. In England the Marstons seem to have beep most numerous lt^ Shrop re, where the farritly I« very an c ent. Thvre was a Ralph Marston of C.ayton, Shropshire, wno mar daughter of an Italian London. was John Marston. borr Their Answer* to Correspondents. It is said that trv.s wn r Wallace one of the mon numerous of na Walla « ! n colonial New Rngland. seems identical In origin with Walsh. W elsh «nd W.VH, The word moans literally "foreigner." and was ap plied usually by the English to In habitants of Wales, enough the English sometimes ap pl ed this term to French immigrants from Normandy, wh ers also. The first of the name herr Interestingly vere foreign wn.M George from London, who set tled In Chelsea. Mae«! Robert In Ip«witch. M*«»., In DL1* a William in a James in There was Charlestown, in 1Ä4#. Warwick township, Pennsylvania, and a Peter in Vir gin's. (Copyright. 922. by the McClure Newspaper Syndlfate). STOCK MEDIA. \\l) CIIJLCKKNf* nuns. Pa.. Oct 30.—^!re of un • rigin last evening destroyed ! R. McKee's two-story frame known Thomas barn, at horse*, tfw chickens. pt 37.000. Wallingford. with •about the loss being estimated | Chester. three ! 200 j id vs Firemen from Media and Fwarthmore and prevented the flames reaching re.«q>onded other buildings. Our Poets' Corner For Verses Written Specially for The Evening Journal. t .. Ideas? And Yet, What is New? By ANNA \Y. WAGNER. It can't ba done, it can't be done' There's nothing new sun, beneath the Well I give you mine; Ideas? Perhaps you turn, and say: Them in an ancient book. The while I dare to take a look. I And ho done. It can't be done! how fast the minutes' run! day-dawn follows It can't Juft see How swift the night. - And swifter still the swallow's flight. Forsaking us In autumn-time, ! He seeks a stlnny Southern cime. It can't be dorfe, It can't be done! I Ideas? I might run. and run Around the world, across the sea ; And bring Ideas hack with me— You'd arch your eyes, and sag»ly say: I I read the-same but yesterday. jit can't be done. It can't he done!j Poets have ever sung and sung mera and Of >moons and stars, «u springs,'' Of love and flowers, things; Ideas? Where Get's clothe the old In colors new. lit must he done. It must be done! FindfHomethlng new beneath the / sun. The weird wind goes The fa ling die— and winged will we find the true, vailing hy. drift —and leaves now this very night Poet-like I dare to write f something trite. BI3LE THOUGHT ;i FOR TODAY—" 1 g | Bib „ Thc„M. wie pro.. • prieflMi h^ritajp* in *fy**r*. ifi ISF. HF.AVKNLY BANKS:— Lay for yourselv earth, where not up treasures upon moth and rust doth corrupt, where thlsves break H But Isy and through and steal:* yourselves treasures where up for neither heaven, moth nor ru«t doth corrupt, and where break through nor steal; For where your treasure will Matthew 6:19-21. in do not thieves ,s there heart be also.— your REMEMBER T1IE POOR:— If I have withhe'd the poor their desire, or have from caused the eyes of the widow have v eaten r t ) fail. morsel myself alone, and the fatherless hath eaten not if I have seen any thereof; perish for want of clothing: ' ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS . By Olive Robctts Burton NANCY SINGS SO NO OF GI.EE l / *=$■ a. hU t 9 ii / l I «4 i K h JÙ V ' u: %Wi r A <4»--* i . V ! ' "Twelve Toes, the Sorcerer, lives In n cave.'' It was Nancy's turn to sing a song. Nick had 'been singing about the SOO( , fa j r | es who had helped them on their adventures. Nancy and Nick, you know, were 'on their way to Fairyland, riding In a magic automobile. They w happy, as to be over. «hall it he about? > very their troubles appeared Nlckie." what now. "Let's see. Oh yes. I know. I' 1 sing «about the bad falri^a who have tri°d to stop us on our trave.o. she began: "I'll sing a song laughed Nancy. "Oh. Twelve Toes, the Sorcerer, lives in a cave, He really doesn't know how to be * have, He'practices magfe wnth hop toads and lizards. _ ^ And thinks he s the smartest hf all the old wizards. -maker, lives •'His cousin, the dream on a star. His name's Eena Meena, he's known near and far. He fashions queer dream« with »ly «kill and cunning. Folks say when he whistles the JUST A MOMENT DAILY STRENGTH AXD CHEER Compiled by John O. Quintus. (The Sunshine Man) j j Oh. look not at thy pain or sor row how great soever; but look from them, look off them, look b? . to th« Deliverer! whos yond thei then le* mine arm fail from my shoulder blad«, and mine i arm b« broken front* the bone. Job 31. 16. 17, 1». 21. night-mare comes running. "Down deep In a valley lives Halloo Hallo, He's been living there since a long lime ago. He fools with the echoes and changes them round. Till you're mixed up completely about every sound. 'There's Comet-Iiefg, too, who rides One minute he's near, the next mln uto he s far. on a star. He fools with th* weather, tampers too with the Moon. ^ n( j nPV er seems tired from Sep tember t« June. "Another bA»l fairy is ^fr. Light Flnjfera, Who i<? always in trouble wherever he linger-, And then tb«re is Mr. Flap-Dbodle, me d»ars. The mischievous fairy, who flies with his ear«.'* * Na ncy sang on and on. but I've no more room to tell you. . (To Be Continued) (Copyright, 1922. XEA Service) f^r 1» over'them. and who«e # lovlng wise, and tender spirt is able to do thee good by them The Lord lead thee, day by day. in the right way. po and keep thy mind stayed upon Him. in whatever befalls thee; rhat the and hope in Hi» belief of His love mercy, when thou art at the low est ebb. may keep up thy head above ;he billows. Isaac Penington. The Want Ads are your best friend. If you have lost something of value an l cannot recover it. ad vertise through the Want Ads and success is sur - * *o follow.