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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911.
Hancock Department MACCABEES OF THE WORLD HOLD JOINT INSTALLATION The (M 1'Vllown hall on Hancock Htroet was the scene last evening of a pleasant restive K'thcrlng, tho oceu hIoii belli: the Joint Installation of the recently elected officers of the Mae calx'cs of the world, who are to ncrvo for the current year. Sylvian hive of (!n I.aily Maeeubces of the World it ml the Hancock tent of the Knights of the same onlcr united In the arrangements ind In the rendition of the program prepared for the ' occusion, consisting, In joldltlon to the beautiful ceremonial work, of addresses by well known lo cal fraternity men and singing and musical selections by talented artists df Ilanciwk and vicinity. The installu timi of tlie ladles was in charge of .Mrs. Cora A. Sunday, and that of the Knights waa directed by M. W. Crooker of Marquette. upper penlriHiila organ izer and district deputy. The work waa very ably conducted und received many warm expressions of praise and commendation from those witnessing It. The meeting was a public one und many were present In ndditlon to the membership of the two lodges, und for I heir entertainment a pleasing pro gram was provided, an excellent luncheon served and dancing to music furnished by a three piece orchestra, concluded the evening's doings. Judge C. ). Olivier presided us chair man and gave a very pleasing address, nnd other speakers. Including Webster Hock. Angus V. Macdopald. Mrs. Sim day and Mrs. Crooker, spoke on sub jects pertaining to fraternal societies in general and the Maccabees oT the World in particular. HANCOCK HIBERNIANS WIN. .Indoor Baseball Team Defeats Calu met, Four to Three. '. '; r st ore of four to thre e In the :une between the Hancock Hibernian Indoor baseball team and the Calumet Y. M. C. A. ot Gormania hall last nl-hl. Indicates the closeness of the contest and the equality of the two lontcndinyr teams. ' The Hibernians were the winners by one run. Hiking, pitcher for the visiters, had the most ?:tril:e-onts, faming fourteen, while Canny of the Emerald team, struck out nine. The latter, however, proved puzzling to the Calumet batsmen, onlv four of whom landed for hits, while the Hancock team found Hocking for nine. INVITED TO PARTICIPATE. Business Men's Association Asked to Send a Representative. The S'ortage Iike Ruslness Men's association Is In receipt of an invita tion to be represented ut the meeting In Menominee on February 21, to form an I'pper Peninsula Promotion assoc iatlon, at which there will be present representatives of the various cities and business men's organizations in the upper peninsula, to lloat a movement for 1 ming the agricultur al possibilities of the m.rthern part of Michigan. The invitation will be sub mitted to the local association at u meeting to be held next Wednesday e vening, when action will be taken.- HANCOCK M. E. SERVICES. The services at First M. R church e.n Sunday will consist of a c lass nicot ine at 9:30; public worship at 10:30. with an address on the Command 'Launch Out Into the Deep": Sunday 'ueiinoi i"- .Tnnlor Reague. 2:43; und venlng worship, at 7, at which time the pastor will preach on the theme. A Limping Nation." Week night sorv Ices will consist of the Kpvvorth League devotional met'ting Wednes day evening; (he Junior league Thurs- dav afternoon and general prayer meeting Thursday night, to be follow ed by tle regular -monthly meeting of I ho official beard. CREAMERY DIRECTORS MEET A brief meeting of the directors of wisely directed, will cause her to give to her little ones only the most wholesome nnd beneficial remedies nml onlv when actually needed, nnd tlie well-informed mother uses only the pleasant and penile laxative rem edy Svrun of Fi3 nnd Elixir of Fonnn when n laxative is required as it is wholly free from all ohjVc tionahle Fuhstnnces. To got its hen cficial effects nlwnva buy the cenu ine, manufactured by the California Fi Syrup Co. OPTOMETRIST HERE W.f HURTELL, Tl, Attlnmrtrlat Ilia rflhimPil to . ' , :... ?- i u. i aiumer mm mis ins rnice in irn Block. 6th ,tr.... ,,,nr p. .t..,n. .-. a mm the Portage Ijsko Creamery company wua hell Thursday afternoon, at which was present a representative of a firm of manufacturers who desired to make a bid on the machinery. Hi offer was laid on the table for the timo being. the plans for the building and equip ment being still incomplete. lt is ex pected that this matter and also tin adoption of by-laws will lo disimsed f at another muting to be held on Wednesday afternoon next. PEWABIC CHURCH SERVICES. Evangelistic Mission Services Will be Helc' During Coming Week. There will be a union class meeting at the IVwablo Methodist Knlseoi.nl hurch Sunday morning, led by the pastor, Rev. ,M. II. Klelred, it lulng the first Sunday of the month. At 10:30 there will be preaching service with sermon by the pastor on "Taking the Kingdom by Storm." At 1:30. Rev. Mr. Cldred will conduct funeral services for the late Thomas Venton und in the venlng at 6:30 the first of a series of revival services will be held with the astor, preaching on the topic, "The Wisdom of Winning Souls." On Mon- lay evening at 7:30 there will be a brief Kpvvorth Ieairue mectlnsr led bv Miss Kll.a George, followed by, a 'con secration service. Kach evening of the omlng week there will be an evange- llstkal mission service, with preaching by Rev. C. II. Rutledge of Ishpetning. Rev. Mr. Kldred will o to Calumet on Monday evening to attend the month ly meeting of the Copper Country Me thodist Preacher's association, at which he will read a paper on "Is the Rook of Job Historical or Allegorical?" WINS MATCH AT VIRGINIA. Gunnar Grontund of Hancock Takes Two Falls From Ola Johnson. Gunnar Grnnlund, the copper coun try wrestler und protege of Kurl Ren te), was the winner of a match with OIo Johnson of Superior at. Virginia, Minnesota on Thursday evening, tak ing two out of three falls. (Sronlund wiin the first In six and a half min ute's; Johnson the second in a minute and a half; und (Sronlund the third In seven minutes. Arrangements are be ing make for another meeting between the two, Johnson claiming that he was not In good condition. HERE IS THE "PERFECT" CAT Expert Describe! the Points Which Constitute the Standard Type of Feline. Catastrophe came to many cat of all classes at annual exhibit of the Los Angeles (Cal.) Cat club. Here is Mrs. do Elln's description of the perfect or standard cat: "The perfect type ot male must have-a large round head, small .ars set far apart, and large, round eyes. He should be set low on hia legs, ana the upper Joints of the legs should bo short. The male should have large, strong legs, and the broad chest of the bulldog. He should have a general stocky build. Colors vary with the dif ferent classes. . The nose should De stub, and the tail, when extended over the back, shcild not reach farther than the shoulder Joint. In general, the brush should be short and thick. and in nroncrtion to the build. The same characteristics are required for females, except that the rugged frame of the male is not essential. "A tabby cat la a cat with mark ings, either of stripes or blotches, in tight or dark shades. The name conies from the old Persian word Atabe, meaning watered Bilk." Passion of Ambition. Ambition, that high and glorious passion, which makes such havoc among the sons of men, arises from a proud desire of honor and distinc tion, and. when the splendid trappings In which it Is usually caparisoned are removed, will be found to consist of the mean materials of envy, pride and covetousness. It Is described by dif ferent authors as a gallant madness, a pleasant poison, a hidden plague, a secret poison, a caustic of the soul, the moth of holiness, the mother of hypocrisy, anJ by crucifying and dis quieting all It takes hold of, tho cause of melancholy and madncEs. Rich ard Burton. A Nest for Baby. A large clothes basket lined and filled with a many-times folded blanket or large cushion makes a cozy nest for a baby, and in this the little one has room to lie and stretch his little limbs about It makes a change from the cot, and tho babo Is more out of draughts In tho basket than when lying on a heartLru t la front of the firn. Bend of Sympathy. Tramp io lady of the house "Is that your husband going down the street?" Lady "Yes." Tramp "I know, then, that you will not be In vendible to some slight bond between us when I tell you that I asked that man for a dime?" Does Nothing Els. Ilojax (at the show) "That pretty chorus girl on the left threatened to leave the company unless she was given a speaking "part." Tomdlx "Did she get It?" HaJax "You bet she did. The man ager married her." Peestells Dry Westher, - . .eh A re,l MMrt for-.e ! -irj FORMER HANCOCK JEWELER PASSES AWAY AT DETROIT Word wus received In Hancock to day announcing the death which oc curred yesterday at Detroit, of Gus- tave Dclmel, formerly a Jeweler and watchmaker of this city. Mr. Dclmel conducted a store In the Scott blink for a number of years and hua many friends here. The decedent was a native of Ger many, having been born in 1841. He came to America, with his parents In isr.0, locating at Detroit and he wus educated In the public schools of thai city. Later he went to Grund Rapid where he nerved un apprenticeship at the Jewelry trade. In lstil he came to the Ijike Superior region, where he worked as a Journeyman until 18C3, vvhei he opened a Btore of his own In Keweenaw county. He was elected sheriff of that county In 1870, and served for several years. Mr. Dclmel came to Hancock In June, 1S77, and made his home here until 1 SS6, when he moved to Detroit. He Is survived by one son and one daughter. CONVENTION DATES SET. Angus S. MacDonald, keeper of rec ords ami soul of Hancock lodge, No. 10!), Knights of Pythias, this morning received a communication from the secretary of the Upper Peninsula Py thian league, notifying him that the annual convention would bo held on June 20, 21, 22 and 23 at Menominee. This is the first official notification of the dates of the convention, at which the Hancock lodge will be represented by a large delegation and will enter a third rank degree team In the contest. It is understood that Laurlum is in the field for the next convention of the league. J. HANCOCK BRIEFS. ' j. j. j. .j. j j. $ j. j. J I !! i Miss Agnes Meionougli has gone to Pad Axe. Mich., for a visit with her ulster. I.Miss Lillian Cleaves and Miss Ag nes Pain 'eft yesterday for a visit to Chicago. Mrs. Arthur Flnley left yesterday for a visit with her ulster. Mrs. W. S. Wright at Mdrepiette. Mrs. John Powers of Marquette nt tended the funeral of the late Warren Washburn yesterday. The Hancock high school hockey te-am pla.vs Dollar Pay today, Inste-ad of the Houghton team as first sched uled. A masquerade dancing party will b given this evening at the Ocrmnnla hall under the auspices of the Finnish Tigers athletic club. The funeral of the late Robert Clare- will lie held Sunday afternoon, burial taking place in the old Catholic ceme tery'ln west Hancock. Pinsettcrs ef the Dee nnd Mitchell alleys bowled a match at the Mitchell alleys on Thursday night, tlie Hough ton boys winning, taking three etralght games. Miss Ix-da Francis of the Quincy en tertained n party of her youn friends at lu-r home last evening in honor of her fifteenth birthday aim! versa ry. The Franklin "Kannel" choir, as slsted bv the Finnish College male chorus, will give a concert tomorrow evening At the Finnish North Star hall In Hancock. Dorothy, the little daughter r.f Mr, and Mr., (lien Obenhoff, entertained a irty of her little friends this after noon at her home, the occasion laing her seventh birthday. The hearing of the case of Herman Joffee .against whom a complaint of seilimr (roods on Sunelav has .been made, has been set to take place on February 10. before Justice Olivier. X. J Slavman. proprietor of the Orient five and. ten cent store, yester day nssamed the proprietorship of the Pern, camly and fruit store, which he has purchased. It Is Mr. Shiyman's Intention to conduct the candy store on the same lines that he has pursued so successfully nt tho Orient btore. A great masy of the cards sent out by Postmaster Rogers for signatures favorable to the Sunday closing of the Hancock postoffice distributed yester day and by nightfall many of them hod been returned, all signifying approval of the movement. The funeral of Thomas Venton, who was accidentally killed in No. 7 shaft of the Quincy on Thursday morning, will be held Sunday afternon from the Pevvablc Methodist Fpiscopal church evlth services conducted by Rev. M. H Kldred. Interment will be In Luke side cemetery. The Home Study club at its , regu lar meeting this week discussed the life of Percv Pvsslio Shelley, with readings from his works by Mrs. Nich ols. Redl call was answered by quota tions from Shelley nnd Michigan's Re sources wn the subject of a paper by Mrs. Elizabeth May worm. There was a large attendance of Knight and Ladles of the Maccabees of tho World at Oddfellows hall last evening to attend the Installation of the new officers. Mrs. Cora K. Sun day, state organizer, had charge of the Installation, and the ceremonies were very Interesting, a program being glv en In addition to the installation ex erclses. The installation was a Joint one of the Lady Maccabees of the World and the Knights. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Have you overworked your nervous sys !em and caused trouble with your kid nrvi and . Madder? Have you pains ir. loins, side, back and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the faci, and un der the eves? A frevpiont desire to pass urine? If so. Williams Kidney rills will enr vmt t lriiircrtKt. l'rlre fjelc. fcftUAMS MFG. CO., Prop.. CtevateiiHl. Ohio For 8al at Vastblnder & Read, 8u psrlor Pharmacy. Eagle Drug 8 to re. "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by Frederick R. Toombs from the great play by Paul Armstrong. Copyright Fell), by American Press Association. Subscribers may j;e t copies of The News containing pre vious installments or thl tory by calling at the.- oillce of this publication. 5YNOP5I5. Wardon Handler of Sin;? Sln.t prison and Detective (.loorsej Doyle endeavor tc prevail on Pill Avery, a rclctisert prisoner, to search out Information against a tor mer "pul." a yuung convict known as Jimmy Valentine;. Avery refuses, anel Doyle and lla-n!W Uneaten to attucK him. - Valentin Ini n trie-K of opening afca solely Ly tfu in line ot touch. Avery goos. LIimjU nur.t Governor Fay, his beautiful nlceo, llc.so Lane, and two women workers In a icscuci mission vlsat tho prlsen. Wardi-n Uanllcr Honrs i:ose I.anei ten how alien waa rescued from a thief on a train, and l.o In ani;t.cl at a coincidence. Convict Jimmy Valentine. No. llMt. la brought Into tho warden solIlco to open a safe ns an obwt lev son to the visitors, and Hose retognlzi-s l.lm ns the man who saved her from the thief Cotton. Valentine s-eys be can't e-pen the af. enraging Handler. The lieutenant gover nor and Rose talk with VaU-ntlne. Kose pleads with Fay to p. I t the young prison er, Who is naiiiisoniu even m bing bluff garb. Fay promises for Roso s sake to nsk the governor to pardon Valentine!. A stormy Interview occurs between Handler ana Valentine. Valentine walls patiently In prison for news, j'lnauy In? la pardoned and eoes to Albany to thank tho governor. Lieutenant Oovernor Fay and Rose. Valentino ret'ises positions offered by the reBCua mission workers. To his amaze ment, be meets Pi!l Avery and a former coworker. Red Flanagan. Tied ana Avery try to dip?iiBdo Jimmy from "going square. " Detective Doyle ap pears, and Red and Avery hide. Doyle wonts Valentino to toll him where Avery Is, for ho wants to rearrest him. Valen tine refuses. Doyle departs? threatening to send Val entino tack to Sirs Sing prison. Avery now tries to kill Valentine. "Valentine finally nrcrtes to "go tt croon ed" again, but a i.oto from Rose brings him bock to bis former determination to be honest "In rptto of tho coppers." Rose persuades her father to give Val entine a position In bis bank In Spring field, III. He nnd Rod go to work In the bank. Tor several years Valentino works ex cellently and rises to be assistant cashier, lie and Roso lovo each other, but Valen tine knows Doylo Is on his traclt and dares not tell her of hia affection for her. A mysterious Mr. Cronln turns out to bo old Rill Avery, now reformed And a man of business. Valentine receives a telegram from Doyle. He tells Red how he has planned to outwit the detective by means ot a cleverly concocted alibi. Rose Lano tells Valentlns she loves mm and that they are going to marry. Val entine reveals to her his love for her. Doyle appears on the scene to arrest val entine on a chargo of robbing a Massa chusetts bank many years before. Doylo Is astounlcd when Valentin an nounces that he was never In Sing Blwf, or in Massachusetts In his life and that his name Is Lew Randall. J CIIAPTF.U XV. V ALENTIM: broke tho silence. "Iiut to prove so liuportuut n matter so suddenly ou a second's notice why, no mnn on eatih can Wait. If I hnpi'm to have that scrap Pool; hero; l bronni u down oue day, nnd If" ho opened n daiwor "hero it is. Of course there may licj nothing here on the exact date you mention." Tho last doubtfully. "What's this?" "A scrap book. I suppose all people nro the same nbont this little vanity,' whimsically. "You doubtless cut out the first clippings about yourself you ever saw In print. There no. that's TALEXTIX3 finCFrLHD TIIE I'AclKH HACK. 1007." Doylo enme to linn. Valentine shullleel the pases back. "Well, that's pretty close that's In March, lima I made n speech that night. What was that date ncain?" "Well, by" began IoyK complete ly nonplused. "That was a pretty coeel speech." comment eel Valentino, itolntlrs te) an other clipping "second one I over made. Tho first, what was that date February what?" "Ninth." loy!e rose Impatiently. "This Is too fcood." put In Valentine. "Here, look here." lie Indicated th picture on the wall. "Who Is that ns big ns life there? It's been staring us both In the f '.?o f .T since 3-ou'vo boon here." Doyle went to the photograph. "That was 011 Feb. 0. RMcl-why. ye, the photogrnpher even dated It." "Is this you?' Doylo pe'iuted tu one of the figures In Ihe emup. "Well, look nt It. If tMs Valentine? was hi iie'ii in 11 ijiiii 01 in'". ... sa M yourself that Sln Sing desu t allow boarJcra to so vlsUing." taxi's' '" ' V 'cV'O.fjt -..'. :',x ? V.Tfl. ' ;. 1 'w " i ' s n j.-' : v r Doyle ste pped back In fn nt of Val entliie's eh'sU. "You cau alibi yourself into hell. Valentine, but you enii't tet away from that pear on jour bit wrist." Doylo bail leMTveel tliU teliius fcliot for a critical moincii. I never had a snr on tny left wrist." the other returned Jubilantly. Let's see," the detective snapped uubellev Ingly. "P.tit that proves nothing." Valen tine? drew back ns he spoke. 1 1 ap peared unwilling to permit Doyle to make nn examination of his wrist. "Let me see, I tell you. It's got to be Khovvn sooner or late r. Delay won't get you anything." Doyle was forcing the fighting now. lie was certain that he hael Valentine cornere-d. The? assistant cashier thrust Ids hands behind his back. "Don't you realize," he pnlil trium phantly, "that that Is n very o!el fash ioned method of Identification? Don't you know that since the Introduction of n horse-hair In sewing wounds there Is never n scar?" He smiled Ir ritatingly at Doyle. As u reply the detective Iwut swift ly ncreiss the desk, selzeel Valentine's arm anel drew his left hand toward him. "Could an old senr be opened ami sewed with horsehair ami dl.-'api r?" he asked dazedly as he saw the wrist was unmarked by any Indication of u scar. "I don't know; I presume so," In differently. Doyle was silent. This last denoue ment disconcerted Mm more than had anything else. An Idea came to him. He lunged forward, clutching Valen tine's right hand in his own. and Jerk ed it across the desk. "Was it tho left wrist that was scarred?" be cried. He pushed back the cuff, but the surface of the right wrist was ns smooth and ns unbroken as the other. "Anything else I can do for you?" asked tho assistant cashier calmly as Doyle let go his ha ml. "Ry , that's funny!" murmured Doyle. He looked across tlie room to the picture on the wall, lie drew a magnifying glass from bis coat pocket and stepped before the handsomely framed photograph once more. lie passed the lens up and tlovvn nnd across, over the face of the photo graph, then wheeled about and faced Jimmy Valentine1. "Mr. Randall." he said apologetical ly, "you must excuse my mistake my most unfortunate mistake and I trust that you will ovcrlemk my ungentle manly manners. I now realize that I have been making Insinuations against nn entirely Innocent man. You of course realize the diihciilties of my profession how in dealing with the brightest criminal' brains In the world we cannot avoid making errors at times, but" his face glowed priele '1 will say iu Justice to myself that this is tho first mistake of the kind i Lave ever made." "Quite true quite true. I am sure, my dear sir," commented Jimmy Val entine condescendingly. "I can see that you are exceptionally able in tour line. Some day if wo ever have a loss here through thievery I shall be most glad to recommend you to the direct ors, and I am sorry that you feel se embarrassed at your error regarding me." "Oh, cut that! Don't worry about me," said Doyle vengcfully. "Wait till I put the bracelets en tho real Jimmy Valentine, then save your sym pathy for him. He'll pay for this clay's work. It's all through him that 1 made a sucker out of myself today, Mr. Randall, nnd when I get hhn bet's going to 'come through.' which means confess." Doyle paused for breath and concluded. "I'm on the biggest job of my whole career, and when I finish it I'll have the real Jimmy Val entine sewed up In a little? sione jug (! by S, without light or fresh air. ami what he'll get to eat would make n pit bull terrier turn vegetarian." Valentine in s ito of the danger that attended his situation could not resist the temptation to continue the con versation with Doyle. It was dangerous-no doubt ns to that. At any mo ment the young man' might let drop a word or a libit that would be tray him self into his enemy's liamls by con tinuing the detective's suspicions. Rut tho daring Valentine relished the spice of excitement in the silua tion. He played with the detective as a cat with a squeaking mouse. "To be sure, you do not promise this man Jimmy Valentine a very merry time of it when you finally land Mm." Valentino said. "I am glad I am not he." Doylo laughed grimly. "The resemblance is the most star tling I have ever encountered," ho nn Hworeel. "You nre perhaps , a trifle taller a half Inch, maybe but. aside from that nnd the wrist scar, you and Valentine are exact." Valentine smiled fatuously quite Intentionally so. "I should hnte to have so clever a man as you hunting me. Mr. Doyle," ho went on, "and from what you say I assume you have been after him some time." "Nearly three years," the detective grunted angrily. "Well, that's quite awhile. You must want Mm badly." Doyle bent toward the other nnel pounded his fist into his opened palm. "He Is the one man who can open n pafe by tho sense of touch," he ex plaluod. Rlank amazement enme Into the face of the assistant cashier. "Why. that's mit possible. Is It?" he nsked Incredulously. "Doesn't sound so we never thought so but Jimmy Valentine has done it repeatedly. The first year he worked 1Iu, ,MsIll((.mpIovo,., or nWr, 0f - . . ' ..... .. ..... Hie bank. Thenwe u'ot Idm bv aj'on- fe'ssion of bis p-i, iii;.! a fool governor pardon, el k!iu." D yl gretvvlcd dis-gti.-teelly. "Well, If hi' was pardoned" Th' eb'tective brushed the sugges tion nsii!e. "1 want Mm fur another Job. on' that I can eiMiviet liiiu on now and couldn't before t!io first conviction." You will doubtless get Mm, Mr. Doyle1," contieleutly. "Doubtless. It's a life work to land Mm. He's tho ino?t dangerous man loose-' "It doen't seem possible? that a man could have so delicate a sense of .V" -r it ,V-..'. t:-vi"';.-'vvr:v: "rOU MUST WANT IUM RAl'LY."' toue h." said Valentine Innoe-ently, con tinuing to "play" Doyle as an angler plays a brook trout. "He iiiis," with an angry snort. "It's been the ambition of my life to see lain work-to catch him red hamled." "Well, for the sake of tin? communi ty at large I hope you civ y tho way, Mr. Doyle, ns you have never seen this er Mr. Valentine work, how do you know that he uses noth ing but his hands in opening safes?" "Oh. we have a general ielea about his system. He keeps bis hands ten dor, soft, sensitive, and through a faculty seeiuins almost miraculous he is able to detect the movement of the tumblers that loek the safe as he turns Ihe dials of the combinatioii. This much we learned from one Heel rianagan. alias Tim Cronln. alias the White Pat.' the pal that Valentine took up with nfter lie killed another pal named Cottem. lianagan's right name is Jim. He did a bit ut Jollet, and I think J 'II be able to get him to testify against Valentine when 1 get Mm sewed up in IJostoii. What? Oh. yes; Kid was always known as the White Pat' until lie took to dyeing his hair vermilion." Doylo looked at his watch. He nod ded a farewell to Valentine and wheel ed toward the door. He stopped mo mentarily ami asked permission to "take another flash at that picture on the wall." Valenthm gave his assent and watched the detective curiously. Doyle' stepped in front of the photo graph, took out his magnifying glass, u powerful reading glass, and again made a minute examination of the scene in the banquet hall, with "Mr. I.eo Kandali" sitting at the right of the toast master. IIe tu rinil. slmt a searching look at Valentino and then drew close to the laiter's desk. "I!y the way." ho said, "on my way out I'll stop and explain to the" "Mr. I.ano. the president." remind ed Valentine. "Yes. I want to apologize for mak ing ai'cusations against you. Good day. Mr. Hand ill." "eiooel day. Mr. Doylo." Doyle' stepped out into the hallway. As ho drew tin' door tJward Mm to -J - X 1? "X VAST TO ArOLOOIZTK," SAID DOTLE. close it lie leaned forward and peered through the crack. lie saw Valeedine standing at his desk, and he also saw tho young man's breast heave as though ho wns sighing In relief as at the ending of a trying ordeal. Jut ai he was about to close the door and eVpnrt the dor lending from the vault room into tho assistant cash ier's othVe burst violently open. Doyle heard tho crash, nnel he also heard what followed It a frenlzed voice, nn agonized voice, crying "Jimmy, Jim my!" ' . v , '?. ?. :. ? . V 7 . i v-"- : ... ewJ CURE OF ECZEMA Ai DANDRUFF By One Box of Cuticura Ointment and One Cake of Cuticura Soap. Head Perfectly Clear. "I am ploar:l to Inform yon that I havw ls-en cured bv Cuticura Soup and Ointment. Smee 1 m-aa a boy 1 have FufleT-d with dandruff, not only from tho itching but from its disagreeable apfs'uraiu.t in a scaly form all over my be'ud. I bad to brtihh it off my clothed all citey long. 1 used every kind of prep aration supposed to euro dandruff, aUo fcoups and shampoos, but it ne-mei to trie that, in.-tad of improving with theso reme-dies, tho dandruff increased, even mv hair lfgun to fall out and the rult wae that two months ago eecwma deve'lofl on mv scalp. " 1 puffered so from this that as a last resourc e I thought I would try Cuticura Soap und Cuticura Ointme'nt. They had tho most gratifying results for I had used only one tox f Cutic ura Ointment and a tonle e aUe of Cuticura Koap when 1 was t-ure'd, lb twm anel dandruff were gono und my iiead perfectly clear. "I can assuro yo'i that so long a I live no ot her soap than Cuticura will be used by me and all those near to me. I will also aii that I will always use Cuticura Ointment as a dressing for the hair. I ffi that vou should know of my cure and if you dsire you may use this as a true testimonial which corn from a sufferer of thirty years' standing. I will bo happy to tell any one of my ex perieneo in oreler to assist those who mar Ik? suffering from tho nariw diseases. J. Acevedo, f ierieral Commission Merchant. VJ l'earl St., New York, Apr. 21, 1911).'' Cutlrum nir.!ict afford tb itioen eMHniomlral trraiuirni (or n-tiunt ot the ikln and walp. A mkr ut CuiK'urm Soap (2.'r ) and a boi of C'utlfura (jititmi'Dt (&(.) arp ofte?n aiimrlPBt Bold throurb cut ttie world I'otK-r Drug A Vhem. (Arp, boi Prop. . 11. ri Ciifumbeiie Ave . Hueitoo. Maia -Mullrd trene. 32-p( book, an Authority 00 the t are acU Ireutoieotcf tb Skin. Blp and UalT. '"Jimmy! Then that's Ms name, after nil; it's Valentine!" gasped the detective, pushing the door open to better learn what wa3 transpiring. The voice wus the voice of lied rian agan, who, followed by little Hobby Lane, had rufbed frantically Into the room. "Jimmy." screamed Red. his eyei bulging outward in horror. "Hobby's locked Kitty in the new vault! We can't get her out!" Valentine turned on Red like a pan ther. "Whore Is the combination? Quick, man. quick!" "The builders haven't sent It yet. Nobody knows it." choked Red. Hobby threw himself into Valentine's arms, sobbing convulsively. "I tlidn't mean to do it," he cried hysterically. "I didn't mean to I didn't know Kitty hid In the vault, and I thought I didn't know. I pre tended not to and shut the door to scare her. Then Just In fun I turned the knob" "Cood C.od. that baby!" groaned Val entine, wrincing his hands and start-, lug toward the vault room. "You can do it." urged Red. "I'll clear the bank Just you and me. For God's sake, open that vault or that baby will die like a rat!" Reel fell on his knees before Valentine and pleael-e-d heartbrokenly for his old time safe breaking accomplice to use once again the skill that had made his name u synonym fe.r success in the under wothl. Valentine hesitated, ns well he might, considering the hazardous na ture of his ponUIou. If any one but Red should see him open the safe see him at work all hope of further concealing the nature of his occupa tion in the past would be destroyed. Ami loy!e. who wanted to "see Jim my Valentine work." was even now in the bank lulliiug-migkt return to Valentino's otlice at any moment, rea soned the assistant cashier. "Kitty mustn't die she mustn't she mustn't!" sobbed Hobby. Valentine's face set determinedly. He tore off his coat and. rolling up hia sleeves, dashed out Into the vault room. "I know! I'll do It! I'll do It!" he cried. Hctectlve George Doyle smiled sar donically as ho softly withdrew from behind the partly opened door which had sheltered him from the view of: tho frantic actors In the tragedy that had been enacted In the assistant cashiers office. He walked swiftly down the hall. "Jimmy Valentine. Jimmy Valen tine," he muttered vengcfully, "you've h.nl your laugh! Now I'll have mine. I've got you now. I'm folnj; to get you red handed!" To be continued. All tho world's a stage und life 19 the greatest show on earth. .j. . .j. .j. .j. ,j j : : BREAKS UP A COLD IN SEVERAL HOURS. .. , . .. .r. . .j. . .j. .3. 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