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WEALD. ALBtfftTJKRQUE, H. M., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1915.
rHE MASTER KEY By John Fleming Wilson aiiltiiHaioaai a "Th Wuw Ey" lfMwHMn. E? MMMWI nd MM tl atcrnV.-irtag mwp a ! eato feed "The Mm a Has nR. MM I OCCYHK3MT. l. BY CHAPTEr, XV. The Nv Plat. Dorr. ;tb at KtM MaaaMrat to il tollibjaae baferi ae taper aa iwnaaaiy fa tba can tajiantoh of tbe oval tbat Everett bed iinnxBd mm agsto toat ware they rr foc wEBE-ai that bad to f&flti tots HiPfevnMtB4al hnrnta xotw twin tell. Bat kiora tanaaaaBabi yog we the ajead or extrlcatm. J aba. Two Plata ctotbea awn airaed aat soar .2r ta taka Mm atee va 'arga of killing Henry in If treatl only a forma lit?." aaM the aeaaaaajr of It byte! Tb maa wB a robber tod Mr. Dorr trtvd to raptor bug. aa e had ever right to ata, aad (ha suae waa kUted." 1-bia failed to ewmfert Beth To bar wind Uw praaaar of tbo borly Hum, too fart thai John Dorr waa oodvr ar met to a etrsrn eMr, mad bar foot hat brr bwrdeoa waa too groat ta he aat habitat tr-e eld rook' ttU Everett abookt tome. Be imd already teie.ihaoed, aad aba trtvd to aa bra Tt till be aboold coma. Everett arrived, aa the ammaaat aba aw him aba beared a ateh of relief Be area ao rapebie leaking, aa coot aa jaMMiaera eordui ta Job, tbat area Tra Kane auUveed bla grim rtaac a little "I'm eader eraser." John tatri htm The aBtna were good noagn to let ma way bar till von cam- Now I mum be off. it un mtaodoca roa an rtrooml" Thai don. John Dorr wont on. "Tber can tall you an about thtnea, and when yoa'Te teercrd tba worst com daw a and get me out tf 700 can - Bverett agrenl. aad Dorr roae. and with a aralla aaM good by to bla rum lnlooa Aa be toft tba hotel wttb aa ofltcer on altlter able of htm Hotb tmdia dowa and rrted. Toot Kan comforted nw a boat be rooVd till Everett aug- thai they bad beat a ta earn pet rate pi are aad tHrarn ami. la noth'e room abe and tbe cook ei platucd rTalr brtsfly. Everett follow lag their narrative eeref nlly ap to th toeldantt of tbe night before When Hath bed Ontsbod and tbe rook waa llent Everett tboegbt e moioeat then he leegbed. ! daa't meaa ta make fn of all this," be apalegtoad. "but Tea known John Doer for yearn ana ! la pre rleato the kind of trouble be rC '' "Bat be'a to Jalir Ruth pruiMtM9 tearfully. "True aaeaga." waa tb reply. "Tb-. la tbe Orst thing I meat do. gat him oat I'U he off now aad eee th dht islet attorney and ball blm oat" hurry r Rrrfb pleaded. a t worry." waa the cheerful re A roe meat later be waa gone. praeajatag to bring John back wltb blm. "What do you think of Mr. Everett r Roth Umaadid of Tom Kaje. The old man lit Ma ptp aad ecru ttatoed the celling. -Wll," be eald jodlctnlly, "conatdertog tbe looka si theat on Wllkaraoo aide and them on Jobn'a etda. I ehonld think tbat tbto Everett waa aa the right aide." With thto lodgment an bad to be content But abe Insisted tbat he tell her all about the conditions at th "Muster Key" mln. "I know you have not told me all the truth." abe aald. "Well." he aaawered her. "there' not murb to tell one way and heap la another. Tbe mine' practically abnt dowa. Ton know Oret yoo weot away, then John and then Wllkerson Pretty much all waa left waa me nnd Rill Tubb. Bill, be kind of repecrwat od Wllkerson. aod I stuck op for John all waa tbat thlnaa went to tbe bad. and tbe loy levy roiuv to ma aad want to know bow long they've get to toy aff. " i eaiipeev ye leeen bow tone before pay day.' I any ta '(an. 'be far as I knew nobody baa laM you off.' Tawy agreed with me. but eald they 1 a toot t feed tbetr folks without iuun e aad if they got aa money for it a hj weekK "Plsau hurryl" Ruth pl.aOvu u the laoibej JOHN PICMIMO WILSOM 'They baeea't been ptd. thenr ?fo And tT!!kereon nit off alt It at tba atom. I goeaa I gat to toat with Tabba waaa I divided op a tot af awar aad apaab tbat waa ta tba roab ahanty among tba worn off enaa. rbara waa awn ugly talk, aad before i roolrt btad ot aettta tba awvo' aUaaa tbey treated EtU pretty rougfaly. So I toat fabj myaatf tbat I woaM com ta waWaT af'aBwaWa alttaj wtVplallQ t UDaWV WMaraoa daaaned tba camp aad tba mtoa waa eloaad down and roar pecote ware ataretng." -etir moarned Qnth. agbaat at tba Jalawf. -gad I aearo to bare been aatortonatr all around, bat 1 that John will Of tbtnga" Tom Kaa filed bn boaeat old on tba girl and nhook bla boad. l daa't waat to dkaeouraga yon, Rutble." ha aald quiet!?, "but nntll tbat man WUkeraon to oat of tb mine for good yea ran t do more than patch matter ap temporarily." MeaowbU WUkeraon end Jean Dar nll were aationaly awaiting nawa from Henry Pell It waa retting along la tba forenoon, aad (ha woman In sisted tbat If be bad occeeded to gat flag the paper be aboold have been on the gronnd long before. Her eotnpan dent want ta discourage yu, RutbM." Ion was worried, but laid tba delay to Pella baMu aad the neceealty tsatslbly of avoiding tbe police. Bat when Drake arrives ,; morning papera and aald nothing Irtk olat and only pointed to tbe hendllnr ea the, flrat page both WtlkenwA) urn) Mrs. Uarneil knew tbat aomethlng bail 1 opened again to spoil their plana. It aa WUkeraon who anetrhed up the paper and read the new: HOTBL THICP HUPXKO TO DEATH Ouasts of IBs Mans ilotat Hsv rtarca glreagls With llolsl Rob bar. ghortly bsfor mMalght last Mam M Ruts Usllon, guaat at tba Hoial Mens, aamrei bar rom te find a maakni man lootlac bar deak. Her ory for hlp frleht mad th tblsf. and b mad for tha tin sesp. followed by Mr. Joho Dorr, aeotliar eut. who beard Mtsa Uallon' ealL Mr. Dorr purauad tha man to th roof, ni t In th anvulna atruscu tha d prrado vu althar ft una or fall to Ilia treat haiow. f wa tnatanily kiiiad. ghertiv sftarwsrg tbe body n loeatl nd by tba pollen aa that of gsrmirl I'ri 'a. Silas Usury I 'ail, aa ea-esnvlct and Urus na B'llkeraon read no further, f! turn ed bla gbaatly faee on Mra. Daraall and aid boaklly. "Ilo'a deid!" "Well, he won't tell auy tl hat." tra tbe cold reapeeea "Tbe question bv did be get tbe paper'" To fn, qneatlou tliere was no satK faetorv anewer until Wllkenuui ri-iul down further and learned tint nothluu of value bnd been fonmi on I - 1 .! "80 lie didn't get the deeds, aurl Rutti till hue them." Mra. Inirn. n said lilt terly. "Tbat la the wsy ull your plana auceeed." WUkeraon floehed 'There la on enuifort" b aald In a 11 ugly tune. "Dam la to be bald for killing blm." "For buw long?" aueered Jean. "Un til bla friends got htm out. Ami inrun a h'le you do nothlngr Mm continued In this strain foe aotne tin Drake and Wllkerson moodily llatenltig They knew Hint It all mm threw tb affair up they vtould be bi-in lea and all their time aud work and money would bnva gone for imugiit WUkeraon waa tblnklnv quickly Bud lenly he Interrupted Jenn tu ak for In n and Ink. Mb got tbem. and be aal down at tbe table to write. Drake nnd Mra Ihiniell kept up a deeultory con versation until be had flnUhcd. There waa a queer look In Jeau'a eyea aa aha took tbe abeet ho bunded Iter and glenred at the writing "I eee roa atUI eau do It." abe murmured "Read it f h growled Mr Ibirnell read It Ihraagl silently and then abiud: Daar Rutb-l bat to ask yc-j ta com down a rut aa ma In the ln. but I have anuirthliui varv Imnortant to trll ou Mrlag lia pa' luo JOHN IMIRR, "Ara you aure be In yellT demaud ed tbe woman when ah bnd flnlaliett. "And wbiif la the klei of getting tbe papera into bla bauds 7" "Bell lMM turn them over to Be- y rsrs. he .aHfc sBBaaaaaaaaaaaana. ' "I den't want to rfiscouraar rsu. eeeti. rotrtfere DmSe mikwreou smiled tyl. Th Mm t tbat Drake her trill disguise hint wtf m rtwrnfMr. MM tbla Mat to it. hotel nv that u rooebaa Minn mm then drive her atipiMieedly to tbe jail. Ml really to wear I'll meet Ma." They dWsrusscd tit plan and at lax agreef! thai It feasible. Drake hltnwlf w nothing danmioeo la It an lone as vfllkeraon woo to meet htm ad take Rutlt "ft bla hand Ha promptly proceeded to draae htmetf aa a chauffeur and went wb tattles a vat ta a name eftre reeelvlne a yeVft ict met tons aa to what atrart ha waa to inke and where ha w to It waa an boor biter that Drekr dews hta rented car op before the ho let end dellrered bla nere It found Btitb atln deer la eonv.raatkm with Tom Kane aad yet anitoua for tba re tore to Dorr and ItveretL On the presentation of the sole which "Vllker von end forged ahe Instantly took viernv -Jean mnet be ta trouble aad Mr Brerett cant art him odl" ahe eald "B written far me to come down to ta jail aod aeo him and bring the pa ' "Humph!" aaid Kane. Tbat aounda fancy ta me." Rath nodded, looking at the note. he aatd. more cheerfully TH anyway. Maybe bo aaada me Kew, yoe aid daat, leave an awhile." Kan departed, and Ruth quickly rata d Into street dress While abe waa doing thto the bellboy returned to aay that a machine waa walling for her. "Tim one tbat brought the note." be aald. "He eaya he waa told to walL" "Obr abe ewtalmed. "Tell him ill be right down." When tbe boy bad goae ahe called Tom Kaae 00 the telephone and told blm that abe waa going. "John sent a car for me." abe added. "AD right" cam back th answer. "I'll Just travel along Maybe 1 might betp Jubn myself." Ho It vrtta agreed, and they met In tbe lobby, where Ruth ahowed the note to tbe clart In her Impulalve way. Something In that oaVitil'a eipresalon made the old cook unobtrusively take out bis revolver and arc that It waa In good condlHou. He followed Ruth to the street and Into th waiting ma chine Tbla move dlaeoticerted Drake 11 nad not Intended to have two wa aengers. but be aaw no help for It and merely nodded when Ruth ordered him to taUe her to tbe rlty priaon. He started hie engine and tbey apod off up the bill. They rude for eome time and aa nel iher of tbem waa acquainted w-lth the city It did not occur to Ihetn that they wen- being rapidly conveyed Into n part of town ouly partly built up and now relied In dense elouds uf swirling fog. "If a bing wuy." Hutb remarked several time, but Kane merely grunt ed ne waa busily pondering over aotne nythod of eitrlratlug John Dorr. MKlUcmy tne car inni aiounu a corner, dived down a ateep bill and came to a atop Iwfore a big gray building-the hoarded ap reeid?nrH "f "n absentee Reaching back. 0""' "I"" si the' door, aud Ruth apreu out A figure darted acroae the ldewslk' and ahe felt herself clutched hy the arm. 8he looked Into the gleumlug. cruel eyea or WUkeraon. "I've got you bow!" ne euld mum pbautly. "Ob!" moaned Ruth, shrinking back In terror. "Yea, indeed." WUkeraon taunted her. Hut at that moment be beard another voice, atertt, commanding aud familiar. H looked around Into tb biuul of Tom Kuue'a revolver For the moment they faced each other, while Ruthahrank hack atlll far ther. Tim old mun'e eyee gleuuied. and bla trigger Pnger aevmed to root on the Higgei with 11 preciMt mid Jell cute touch. "Tou herer md WUkeraon with an oath. Huddenly the old man's temper flared up. The other aaw death In hta eye. turned on his heel and ran aa fast aa I be cunhl up tbe street Without a eecond'e hesitation Kane ! awunc hta weapon round till It cover ed Droko, cowering at hi wheel. "Now you drive oa back to the ho 't tel." be thundered. "Aud If you make u fiihte move I'll drill ye aa aure aa liotl gave me good (hooting eyea. Drake now Hint he waa helpless and 1 aulklly w tilted till they were In and I ...,. liiri.iut Mm mr liaelr ti.o?ar,l tl,.. 1 renter of tb city. Turn Kan at ' gt Imly v. t behind him wltb til gun j rendy. And file mind was insclng I things together Huddenly he aa w ' I em.iii on lila beat und reallaedthut 1 luck waa plarlng hto en ids for blm I II .id... 1 Drake to halt and hilled the officer. To Unit somewhat ush.nl. h ed individual the rook explained btiet j ly tb .1 he timl Juet fulled nu abduction plot and that th chauffeur waa In It. Though Drake strenuously denied the rharge the policeman decided that II 1 waa a reae for tbe captale. "I'll Juat ride In front here, nnd wa"l go t. headquaifera." be remarked "You can put up that gun. old tot lew, for I'll ae that voung fellow deaea't cut op ati monkey sMnaa " In the meantime Kverett had aac cessfully managed Dorr's hualueu, and be bed heen rvlenaed on nomlnnl hall for a hearing. "And I giiea you won't . find ne very Rollout to make It hard I fur you." wild tbe prosecuting attor , oey. Tree again. Join, Insisted nu irking the quickest rente buck to the hotel Kierett. kympelaetto In lit, agreed, aud lg a '. v mluutee tny were at th hotel inquiring for limb. "Why. .he left only a little while f tu e yon In th priaon." said tbe clerk "Nile had a note from you." nld Jehu Mere It hV waa the feaponae. "Eh left it on the desk In her horry " ' Kagetir John aaatrhed (be abeet of pnner but the inatant bla aytf lit m It be turned a fuHena face tc Everett ItS a forgecv. a trtcfc," be aald. "1 never wrote It!" CHAPTER XVI. Tee Lata! OOFTI1KR John and Everett went outside. rd4 from the m rter they learned tbat a car hud driven up. that tbo rhauikar bad VU .-red note and tbat I niter Ruth Callon had roior down audi beea driven off. "JTber an org Ki-niteman hiiii Iwr. Mr. Kane, I be- Here." tbe turter added John heaved a atgh or relief "At any rate. Tom will see that abe t ' owe tu harm." he aald After a few more questions, which bowed them the futility of trying to And Rnth. they re-entered the hotel nd settled du'vn to a dtacuwdon of fMoesa They war Interrupted by tb return of Ruth und tbe cook, who recounted tbetr adreuturao. "I'll get WUkeraon," John Dorr eald quietly when they bad finished. Mean while we miiat get ahead wltb our til ing up of tb affairs of the 'Muster Key' mine" WUkeraon' laat failure bad driven blm furious. Ue did not know what to do, and bo especially dreaded re luming to Jenn Darnell with tbe new He walked lb streets for a long lime, lunched In a cheep hous and thaw doggedly started downtown. On the way he bought an evening paper and read of Drake' arrest With ecowllng brow be pcrueed thto minutely until be was sure tbat hla tool bad not be trayed blm ao rnr. Rat he knew that minutes were proctoua. He muat get Into coinmunlcatlou wltb the yonng man and assure bla alleuee He could not do tbla without Mrs Darnell help. Aa be expected, she flew lulu a tow orlng rage, but her keen mind saw thnf Drake muat he pacified, and ahe managed to control herself at let Brr read the account carefully and then looked through the rest of tbe paper for some Item about John Dorr nr eye lit upon an advertisement. which ahe reed twice before peaking then he pointed It out to Wllkerson , He. too. read It: KOUND. l)vd to ertln mining prop erty. On pruof of ownership name will be returned Howard upected. g J. C. Oil Itlll aire!. "Tbey ronat he tbe papers." he ac knowledged. "Pell probably threw tbem uway for fear of their being uoed aa evidence n gainst blm. ami aumc one picked them i:p." 'This time I shall eoe to tbe matter." Jenn said sharply. "Whether tbey are the papers or not. we must he aure." "Other people will aee that ad.," be enggested. "All the more reason for hurry," she -napped Then she en ll .1 her maid. "Katelle." ahe aaM, "I want yon to dress for the street and go on on er rand for tue It la very important and you must hurry." "Yes, m dame." "And If you show good Judgment you shan't be sorry. You know how A Glanc Told Har That lenyai' to Ruth. Thay Mia tjnllon dresses and acts you to Impersonate bci lor I want Lite while." "Hut, madam" 'There Is no danger at ell." Mra. Dar nell went on. "All yon hara to do la to go in tlila address and get those pa per." The maid looked at tha advertise metit and Anally 'onset. ted to go to tbe Hill afreet iiddreea and see If they MEN real'y Rati - deed and If so re cover tie in In a few momenta she bad depart. -d eii nor errand, pud Wll kcison and Jean one mure resigned tbeuiseU ea tu wii'tlug. Estel'u nipped llOM tbe street to a car Hue and took the Oral car that came along, which, the conductor In- formed her, trussed tha treat abe ought. Arriving at her street aim got off and found ImreeM In neliblairbood Inhabited by u-rv poor iouple. Hhe looked with disgust at the tumbledown hautlea nd dirty backs that littered th rubbish hetiHsl yard Two blocks up from thu ear Uo (he found hei number a hous ullghtly tetter kept than meat Hut kite noticed In Ihe yard an upllltcd aih man' cart In the rear wit a rickety stable. Hhe entered the gatu nnd rang the bell. A very large, III dressed Italian wo man otwned the door, letting out j tremendous odor of garlic and clieeae Hhe eorveyed her caller with uslclon and then hcaim d "Oh. yon come looks da papeaT" ah I demanded Katelle merely ahowed a copy of tbe adrerUeeraaat. "Tea, mr boabaad be pat that In de papa." the woman eald, toatog her mile For aotne moment BMelle tried to ! get a gllmpee of the flora meet. The Italian hlmeelr cam on tbe eeene end demanded a fall description. When Batelte eald that (bay bad been fcwt from the Manx hotel he nodded r.nd explained that he bad been removing ; the itahee therefrom when bla eye ha been cnuuht hy the folded Pters, hut ' a tlll Invlated on an accurate de- . ecrlptloii. which th maid eould not gave. At laet she aald quietly. The papera are of no value to rou. and ; su authorised to pay a good reward for them." At the word reward there waa a fltange, and tbe woman demanded tu Eow how mneb It would bo. Ratello thought rapidly. It bad beeu fanpreaaod on her tbat hflate wea i.e. oooary. Bbe decided on offering a good ly Mini, yet not enough to mnke the aah mnn and bis wife think tbey were In posses. 10 11 of papers of extraordl rj value. Bbe palled out her puree , d held out 3. The man waa taking 1 a nil It Hto wife Intervened "Twenty dolln," ho aald cunningly. Katelle bargained for some titomewto ml then said In a tone that was de cisive, "If you a bow me the paper and they are the one 1 want I'll give yon 113 and no more." The deed were produced, and a glance told her tbat tbey helouged to Ituth She paid the money and bin rted 11 way. Kverett and Dorr bad gone over tbe Htuatliiii thoroughly togMher, and the broker agreed tbat h would help out In putting Hut "Master Key" mine on its feet again. "I tbtuk I can do It tomorrow," he said. "Juat let me have all the pa ncre. and I'll go over them tonight." "Ruth baa thorn." Jnhn replied "We'd beet go up anil get tbem now.' Ilutb received them cheerfully ami promptly want to brr trunk for tbe deeda. Her flrat aearcb waa not re warded, nnd ahe lifted 11 puxxled face to John. Then ahe mice num. went 1 through all her belonging. " " '- fruitless. Htie then remembered the desk and searched It with tbo same result. "They're gone!" she stammered. "Impossii. 1. : aald Dorr. "Tbey must be aomewhere here." "No." she mounted. "I've looked everywhere." Bverett waa the tint to auggrtd thai j uo time should be halt lu locating tbe J missing property. Iln sent fr the ! evening sipera and del nil Into the ; "tost and Kouiid" columns, wltb the 1 result that ho very soon Uuo'lcd a pa I pel to Dorr nnd pointed out the ailv 1 tlaeiueut wh'cb had attracted Milker I aon attention Half au hour later John Dorr turned ' awuv from the ati uiau'a door and aid to MEM) "I'll bet that waa one i of Wllkerson - crowd W must no , Ufy lb polu before h can get ' swiiy." They bad aeon told their illnVtiltlc (a Hie sympathetic ear at beudquar-t-ra and tiartisl back for lire hotel j John whs 111 tbe dumps. "It aeems as If everything gnca vtong when I try la do something for that little woman," he growled. "I begin to think myaelf that you are plnvlng In hard luck. ' was the re ply. "Hut I always did like I EMfl tight, nnd Hits promise to be una I'll stick, Jehu They rdiook bnnda "i'bey found Ruth and Tom Kane anxiously u walling them. John aim I ply statist the c:ie end then it. lu comfort Rath He waa atarijed H MM how w hite alio was. "Ruth. Iluth." tie cried In alarm. "What l.s-the matter'f" There wua no answer She bad MM ed away. All viae was forgotten for the time being. A maid aud a doctor were .jnhkly kummoned. and preset, tiv Ituth revived. QM Tom Kane MM aeaiinl iK'side her paltllig het band. The pii era!" she moaned. "Don't you worry nlsnit the papers," he said promptly. "We'll look urtor them " "Hut the folks nt the mine who will look after themV" she pleaded. Th old cook swore that be would do so himself with John's help At v sV 4 O BV s. VHk..- H Wt tartlad to iaa ha War Haw Wb.ta tbla point lb doctor Interfered with order that abe waa 10 be perfectly qnlet In the other room they held a con aaltatlon. Toe phylclan listened to their eiplanatlon of what the girl bnd been tbrongh nnd then nld gravely " " " alawlula change of ecene Tor a time. Uet tier away from here tustnntly." "Itin where?" Dorr demanded. "Why not take her to tbe aonthem part of th state for a Utile wbllT" be atlggestrd "tint whatever you do. tie It .iil' klr I It nervea won't etanfl marh more " 1 know juat tb plncc." Ran aeM w- """- luto the bill to eome quiet hotel ToE can catrb tbo nlglit train "Nonsense!" Bverett aald quickly. "All or yon go wltb her 1 11 look aft er matters bore for a week. If need be I'i! go down to the mine myeolr." With the 1 n pen eatery In her paeo Ion at last Jean Darnell became once more the guiding apirtt Mel told WU keraon tbat there waa ouly one thing for them to do net out of town Imme diately. Drake Is m )ail. and we'll nave to ball blm out through eome third party, W daren't trust oomelvc In the band W muat aava urslvt tint." of 1 lie p. n P.. Von enn trust Dorr to to- looking for those papers rltht Hlta minute. " "I promised DnMM by a messenger Hint we would have him out l fore rLiht."' he reswnded. 'We must turn ourselves first." ah hi'. I ,111411 And ne mutt be dta- j guiaeQV' After aome iirgumenf Wllkerson sgreisl unit Hiey dis-tded to go aoutlt "II "lit give us time 10 plan thing oat ami rmi can work thing out at you' leisure." Jean told him. "Hut how shall I disguise myaelf T he leuntidisl Mis Darnells eyea gleamed mall-clou-1 v, "iou must go as tin old man. he told Mm "my father, you ec." lie Mhailed, but tlnally n .ptlescml, and uilllln a short time .lean und the maid had traiivformud blm Int.. a very presentable old man. "Now, go and buy ur tickets," she ordered. "Estolle and 1 will puck up w Mk you are gone." "Tickets to where?" "Ticket to l.os Angrloa." he anap- isi'd. .-0 he del iriisl, to return In an hour Willi the tickets mid au c preoMuau. Wtnui the trunl.s were goiio Mra. Darnell sal down ollh Wllkerson. nnd I II ey went over tint situation again, 1 wltb the reaalt l.uti aba took tils ad ! vice and digulwd herself and made Retell also do tl.s aumc. After 11 husrjr ai' .oer hey then called a inn and went 10 the station Mra Darnell and her ntaki luitnisllalely en tared the drawing room reis r ed for them, nod WUkeraon feed tbo porter to mala- up bis berth In the laajy of tba. ear Immediately "Eufe!" be mutlentl to hlmaelf Ihe ITheail begun to turn -Hid he anw the fin os of aaaeaejl plain ehdhe men on the platform. .Neither he nor Mra. Darnell woe pwure that lu another rnr Ruth nnd Ipt maul and J"im l'"rr and Turn nu, .. .. tu h -0 M I'bug B tl"-- HER) (I'liniluiied NeH Uislnesilny I 111:1.1' Till. KlliM l K, Mtiuiiti riiie UeaileiN rc 1 in ullig The Wav 11' the Utile kidney Me- Th, I. line. auk Of ai It I rig oaek Thai niav leu.l i.. diopay and 111 mill s dl ease When the kidneys are weak. Help iln an W.Hi Iioiiii'm Kidney riiis, i tiicdr especially for weak kid- I ' ' ' lioan's tune l.een us.-d m kidney , troubh for .. years. EaEuraed by 3,oii'i people -on-dayaod it home. Proof in an Alhagaorgaa ottlaan'a , tatomeat j It. U. Si h aster, 30 " E Edith Ht.. I Alhuquerqae, says "In my work H Ma Irequaally neaeeaary to oa eea heay lifting This aeaotaal alraln ihaman in toll aa me, t hud aharg I iwlugi - III Ihe em .11 of my hack. I i had he. ol . Ips and dlxxy sp. lis and iu In hud rdiupe. I hid often heard ;i a Kidney Tills recommended land 1 gnv Hi.-m a trial The 1 1 -1 'bog al, nstliened my kldnrys and iln.ce away nil the in hes and pain I (tince than I have taken Dunn's Koi ne, Tills when I have needed a good kidney medicine and tiny han never laded RM ' 1 rln. mic, ni all di.lr DotV1 simply iia. Is r..i a kidney nnoil) gel I lou lis Kidney Pill the same I hat Mi . huster had. Kosler Mli.iurn Co, Proaa.1 Duftulo. M. Y. o RUSSIAN ARTILLERY HAS FAILED SAYS GERMAN EXPERT Splendid in Defensive End Siege Work But Not Suffic iently Mobile Eud Poor At Manuvering. Is Verdict. f AiM'lu(ed ITss 1 'orreepoiidenee. i I'oloane. Her tt. It nasi n artil lery hus proven an excellent urni in defensive und position flKbtlnu. but has totally fulled In offensive und mo bile rnatieiiveva, ucrnrriln to .1 ilei man eaiwrt who gives hla views on the auhyect in the most recent num ber "t the Militulr-Woch. nnlnlt The sine authority iinepd, however, thai tbe efficiency nf the Itiisaiuo ar tillery hail heen ars-atly inc reused aliu . the Mttnchurlan war. He also ndnilta that In the ileiman army Hussion artillery had been under ratrd. and Indhiite thai now all of H weak point are t llor. .1 1 Kb I an- geeateesg. The Hermans think so blably "f the ttuaaian srtUtoi'y MpaaaaHtoa that they are itl present iinulK) ii.k some I.JO11 field pieces al the Spadu arsi tuil a,, a to suit Ho m tor a large tore of captured uiniiiiinltloii whn h MEM not he uai d with the pres. nt Herman ahtiei The ealllier of Ihe 1 lei man held iin la two centimeters less Ihun that of Hie llnaeian. nnd for this leaaon the raptured ammunition ooM not he put to use Immedlalelv there I stored in the lierman arsenals 11 large iiu iniit. or shells for the lotiner Her osa field atoaanji whu-b tiad a ealllier nhout t iiilineiers greater lhaii the Itiisalnn aims which bBVO bgtak nil cri'il lt widening the rlfllna .f Ihe Husk. .Ill pieces the obsolete shells may now he uaed oin '" pie... taken hy Ihe AtkBtro Huiiaa: i.t. i iielnit simihirl. adu pled riei pointing out that the Una alans hnir ulwaya Imd a loaning t" wards tbe awfoaagvo, the BWltOI in kwe Mtlllait Woehenbl.itt T- a nuiu r of Instances In the preaent oi In whh h this was demonstrated. The ullillerv positions hud been sele. led with ihe ireatoot rare und every possthle eflorl hnd liven mude to pro tect Ihe pieces and their rews Al Iwmgorod It was impossible 101 th Hermans to find the Eesaaeai battel Us without the most minule inspe. Hon with aircraft. Aa a rule Ihe lluselan amutoa1 tnents were well s. ieened w ith hnshi , and where those were bald Hi I""' with sod ae I flen polalo I'DW h. lever possiole Ihe Itusnuiic III. I seek Ihe .over of V .M.ils null trees, und often the hutterie- weie h .11. 11 In illaaes und the MM round ing gardens in pho lag then ertllleri the llua .sii.illy group ihe aims lu half kettert! .r rout This permtls efll .urn lire control nnd give the srrvution oeErar far treat r i than be would have If directing the fir, of iu ok I. pieces. l-'ieid gtaoooa whtch were u ken from eboriqlliai oMeon and otbeta. as well aa a mass of ..met pu.cn . . hnli cl ev Idei I onvitn I d r.i.-r ihul Ihe e.llliniuenl ot the th t;o-si,in artllbrv reconna'-siin -veiv mtelllaentlv divided Into mall aectiit i .n h of wbh h eaatoloea no hs. ihun is points (atoee which the 1,. 1 MUH 1 t.. strlk. i iMirina the Ural week of Ho wa Haa afjasasstis Increased the Hum'., r ,,r ih. n h . 1 hwM howiixi ra III I . h ..rinv I uega led Hire. if follr piece- 10 b II ' Ho - In . al ' IV Held butler es r.. I bat baa it detailed w lib tin arm-s hi unit than Ho nrniv c.apsi. 1.. 1 K. 1 BOI R . rm hnvinK from thn-. m 1 11 botterlea. After irettlaa a aamahei personal eowertonee which left nu doul W the ern. leni v ol tbe Ruaalan artillery tl.ld intrlllaenio service and lire 1 . . . ..rti,.r alee Ills 1 lew "I ,,n i ha iroc in " " - - - v line of Ihe f. nalv e or in Ituenton artinery . a. He mu.ieuvers v here unknown stub leu developments torroiaa an taaafrt tui k . -1 . ,hn irosatiiii .llllletv In' i ir ii'iu in o .11 -' ,iiw iy .1,1, I , I WOK '' In nil such eaaer the hilt ' aai""1" Idea shoot w'lhll and without a . i.. .hi.li the llebl to he taln.ll , ..em hy Who II Hie reaa ,, ri. was ... he divided . eould borwlv " ' " "T ., ... ., t diet v Kien the er lug tl. piece ..PI red different I'su.illV b Uiissi.iiis I'iim lillle their guns and ain- i rouble moving ...i.niuoo wnaons oeor tb. worst "i , and even through swamp , st- the writer. il" RUSSIAN SOLriERS BETTER THAN MOST PEOPLE BELIEVE Oaeagtolffl Preea Correspondence i Hanover, Jan. I Tb.- Ruaalaa s.ddler la belter than is SOUtarl) '"' Hoewg, a. c.dinu to the letter of lierniun ofn.er. serving with the Ur iahs In I'oland. Near t we took about l.taa pi leoaan wrot itot aBa 01 ' h, n i .i s a matter of toot on toot, about i. It" Tb" nisi i" was more or less thousand, and then, .Inline Hie daw a lull!. iron in it brr hundred gathered hei and there , It is true t hut "lit here we do nid think much T a thousand uei 1:1 fun it n oni i to be different out B I Ho ,si I road for laetenee ma we and bed taken 21 Pt '"' no doul. I somebody aald one l i. .. an ii 01 an t.iiglisnman the qaivaton! ni tea Euoatoa. Mai that i" not true. Among tw prion nera token beer there ate maEV Well bUlll and strong follow with m lelllgenl foe- win. '..lie ihe stone ,.f 'hrohen dowa' lleaaaaa aoeatori enaralli heard, accordlai to our wa. of Ihlnklag Tin I rou bie Hiat he is Inn much pun " maahUte If the Ituestuii soldiers Imd our lend er und conimlsasrlBt, then Praero would bine been able in do wUEOwt her .ah. , ullir ''