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:; . ; ' ''.V " Si c' 'I' ' J ' ' 'v ' i ( I !. j. i TAir remarkable adventures a the charm ing Zudora will be portrayed by Harold MacCrath inthesucceedingchaplrri. This photo serial is being shown in the leading movtng picture theaters by the Thanhouser Film Corporation. Among those partici pating are Marguerite Snow, Mary Elizabeth Forbes, James Cruse, in the new role of reporter hero, Sidney Bracey and Frank Farrington. gysoi'Sll. Bailor, brlrou to laj.ooo.ooo, l pined In lh I wr.llatialilp of bet uncla, flaaiiaai All, ft mystic. Magnum All In dtermlacil to wrmn tlia girl' f.,rtnno for bllurtlr ami wlltin alia Iwromel of arfa lie iimlK't evary elr.irt to tirliif alioot bi-r deatn. y.n.l'Ta li lu love nltli young lawyer, X.lin Ht.inii, and abe aeska pttrtnliHtoo of liir mlaarly mo-le ui inarrr bltn. Maintain All prumliei to grant ll T with prurliled alia Rliall Bolvtt twenty of lili Zudora i1m nliw of tin casea si-lu-n lier UDC'lw dies, and slni li releuatd of hf l'l. Al tue death of bT unrle, Zii.Iira has another 'ili.ir fur her bind- Jim Blrd, nun who Iwa b''iu plHjlng a d'tolile to llsssaill All, hut who, tiin.iik'li alncara ,n of tun Bin. (lr- up Hi flv life anj rea bik to bin wurk ft nel paeT report'. No lener ohlljod to aol Hsni All's oases bi,l',ra D'jw coitf,jiits the freili-Ht mysl'-rr of alt, whli-b la the injtery of Ij-r owu life ami tb imhllloa to aecure the vast f;rtuu of $2il.oou,'WO. left her. On looking through her uncle's nap-ira h alto flnda lhat her father left h.r an Intamit In a diamond mine and Hlorm and Ilalrd hotb lnd aelitanca In trying to r-galu for ber pM ariilon of tlila aatatt wbluh la Wing appropriate! 1 Mguea. (Oopyrlfbt: JOlAi Hy Harold MacOraXb.I CIIAI'TKIt XII. A BAU ul' IIAMONiiS. TROUBLES never come nlnsly, Is a ny lug II H olll B4 tllf IlilU. I 111.; IllorlllllK rame thn b'llt from tlw bin. Tim guld initii1, with iu uillli'jijH, wiirt tin tiiui-ij. A terrlil.: liiii'Mido lul l wip.il It out il otlxt- iiri'; nt tin' Iriut, biirlrd It umli r IIiuuhuihIh of fi-i't of fix k niiil riibblf. On tup uf tliU, Hku ri livuly, tin' IriiKteiiH buil rIikouihU'iI with thu rnsfrvi), iiml .iiJorn wan ftt lliu bi'ifiiitiiiiit o( thlni'H nidiiii. 'I'lioru win, (li"ii, ii.itliinx but lliln iliiiiiiiinil mini', uf which hIiu know Uulliing txi'i'pl tint t It cvish'J Hh'l Unit 'Him unu olau hum pi "lit inn by I" ouliiut. I)i ti'i'livc Hunt Iiml imi'iii'li'H tlii'iiUKliiiut tha r.Mi'bl mi tJic jii'ikiMil fur it mlnu ri'iflit'-i'i-'il mi Iit llii iiiiini' uf 'rriiiuur, bill hi ).'t nutliiii mil itirni'il up. I Iiml wiiu in bin ollb'ti uij'i ilu't iih)' with rlipiiliiu'i ubuiil illiiiiiuiiil ni'ivt, whi'ii I iiiiini' Nlnick bi eye. "A rlrli Hlilki' ut thu '.iiilurii In Suiilb A fi ii ii. Owii'TM urn lili;lily rnlliiii'liistii!. Hunt Hii:itrlu''l up bis but iiml lll l'li'it lift lu Jullll Sl.iiiti'i ..111. i?. 11, to Wilt luiui'tlilng tunglblr. "Tluit'i Tiailiiir'ii nilin', I'll wuiji-r niy Hill," Wlbl tllll ill'l.'.'lhl', jit III I ii it 1 1 . " KviT H.MI in 'li lin k' If 1 h.i In 't I n hlhnu, luuklug .liver tin' urwa uf llui ibij' un iliiiin.'O'ls, Just In nn nbut illicit In' iii"il In lint nm:i:lini( lill', w tltUlll llltVi' H UH' mi until llli' rllil uf lili.' bl'fot'll W'M lulli' blll'l.'il wllllill II tllull- mini inilfK uf lint iiltii" Vuur sivtlii.iiit will ! ili'li uiii' uf llii'Ht' iltiyn, Sturm. I inl yuii linuw tlnil I'vry p. 'liny uf lb" Wt'sti'tii utiKI mill" Iiuk K'liii' lu llm ui'l.'iit will) uhrii' .tullng lninlpi'HV" " Wlint urn yuu lnlklin( iiliuiitV" iliMiiniiilnl Jullll. ' ' Why, Ibo .iiiluiii Kubl inliui, rut.'il miiuiig llu' ri'hfNt In tho wurl.l, k.'pt liitl.li'ii fnmi inlnvii by lu'r iini l fur yiin."'' Hluvtu wiM iliiiiifntiii ii'tl. 41 Ami nbe uitViT tulil tun llu' allhli'il wunl iibuiit it!" " pur fi'tir "lil llaniini All wntiM ailuk t bnlfti iutu yuiir bark, my buy." " iiml, 'i t iin.l now! 'I hut ib'vll wus giving lltliilK tlli'HK rilai'e In lull' lu'r In her lli'iltll. HuihI lii'HM iia! Ami tlinl girl k''t bur s. rr.'l '. lint wbn runiinU Uiii ill iunl mini'? It I illi'Uiilly ilniii'. II. .w at" wk In m'l ill H I" "t'nbli' llu' mii"iilili'ml''iit llnil Jnti tin' lh liiirni')' fur li righiful owii'T uf Ihi' mine ml ili'iuniiil a full iiitvnlury uf thu ptupi'rty ml Iik uiilpiit." " A bully l'l''! Ami mm I'll liiko IbU ivnuppltig guuil urwa tu tlto gill lu'i'Hulf. Shn'i all the t'tini' InlkitiK ubuiit tlm mil atiir, but t Ii 1 hi InokH us if II Wiri uii tli wane. I .u. k I I ilmuhl riitln r suy ii hiin lin k I " Zii.lnin wiia un'ijiiyil whi'ii uiii Ii'UIUi'J Unit Ihr inlim IUi'lf It itt I i ills Mvorwl. (ii'iitly Sliuiu i hi. I. '.I lu'r in r'gitnl Ui tlm gultl. "I iliil nut lull y l.o.nusii 1 ili.l nut witnt pnti invnlvi'il, Julin. Ant, mil Hum tbitl, I ivm utraiil I tuiiilit uM yuu." " I.IIHI- uni'.' " '.' Yea. 1 win itfmbl (but n inui'U inuiiiijr wniilil filghlcu ym uu " Stiirin bntglieil. " Tlui only wny yuu rar filithli'ii inn Is tu loll tit! (but y hi iluu't luvt lf." " Wi'll, then, I slnill m'viir b aliln tn fright vu yuu," aim aiutbsl bti.'k at biui. "Auil nw," anbl Siuriii, "I'm off tu wnj that ruhli lu'fiiro tlnuw .Tn,ks nili gi't thu I'l'lirtlt uf tlm IlaJ. O, we'll oumu cut mi tup. You malt." "I'm filng tu, Julin. I'm gilug In wlt until llii-rc arf un mnru ol 'U'la nh.'r 'l'h. u I'll iiuirry ynu.' "Tlnt'a Urguiu?" "A Ii-hI Imrgulu. Duod by, anil mny your ruble btlng .kjJ lin k In tie all." Ttitirn ppaurnl atnry In out uf tlm Huu.lay liniMipi-ra Unit tin Zuilnnt ftml. Tlm mint bail linen paylug, but n il largely. The Jeai rlu llnu of th mine wa well J.uia. Out aaw iht Kallira lu lireeoh.'lutha dlgglug lu lb bluiah vlay, tha whit uteti uu guarj lu uiaki aura tint null of Ilia Dull hltt tun. Stl.Kleuly eim. binning hut elVrujuu uu uf the Kaltlra tauii) muuing uvet tu tun urt wtlcbar. 11 ""mnmmTwv', ntfif nt mmvmmvr'wmii!w'iimuiimmmwri nrW '"ifrjjp" '"'1"'ir if ' ' Sfp giWiW"-"''! THECE LAY A HANDFUL OF UNCUT. exhibited 1 aluim uf Ktverul t'jirtils, 11 ri'ul flutl. Tlm wiit' btir pliieetl It iu u IniK aiispeinled f rum bis uet'k, uuil KHve the hIkiiiiI to 'iiilt work for the iliiy. The Kiillirs dropped their Inula uuil filed uwuy uuder eHeoit of the wntt'hem. Tliert fulluwi'd u lltlli' nkfl.ll uf Imw u cmukeil Kuf flr wan ruuiihl wllb a gem bi.ltlen ill bis ear. The African wus pruinptly nrrestoil und niunhetl off tu J - II. Henry Hnward, llm Huperiiiteiitlent, win euteil at Ilia 'h"'k when the bend nul' lier 1:1111m In with llm Iiml. It weighed three iiiruts mid wan uf tlm purest while. A st"tie uf ibis qual ity meant more. Howard iniiueiliutcly cabled the mipiui iiwner.s. The nem day tliealilka traveled tip mid down tint reuniti. Iliine, tlm miiiiKgli'r blnnelf, receiu'd tlm ruble, und he liuHleuetl uwuy lu iu'iiiiiiiit Mum. D11 V11I with what Iiml haptiemtl. Mute. Itiul I'liffe and rteverut nlliers were In the (irivhm kiiIuii when lie arrlred tbruunh thu aeeret ui Hiie, llu wiih greeted ulTuslvely. Mine. lu Vul I. lulled extremely lienullliil tn hi til itt Hint lunlui'llt. There were times nlten bo wlslied bis friend lliuli 'IIITi' In tn. nelher ri'nlotia, Thu Wutmiti puzh'il hitn. She was rich. Iler lioine was uim uf llm must beautiful iu nr abuut New Yuik, yet she played a iToinVd Kami'. Sltc was evbleiitly uiie uf litusii W'litien w hu played the game fur the spurt of It, fur the blind lia,. urils, the I'.xt'lli'iui'Ut. 'I'lie murals of ber en gaiteuii'iils never bothered her. He had Wlllt'lied ltuilelifle for sollle time, llllil gillbereil nu llltle halisfatlliiii from the faet that Mum. fts-ayiV''''" f t i 1 1 I " , I Sf I. 1 It . - - ) c EAPCLirrg CAPPED A DLANlv'CT AfOUT THE OiliL AMD tooio HEC OUT OP THE WINDOW 0 u V nl sluiply I'llt'tateil biui lieiaune he mil redoublalile ai'heumr, brine and aliu-wd " Well, what'a to be dune)" liitiilred llu I cllir.'. "Semi fur lluutitd tn bring the diamonds here. We will have lu s.'e that mail pi-rvin-ally. Thnl story III the iienspapeit la the dt'll tn pay. Tlm gill Is aui In see; It 11 d she, Siurin. It's gniiig In be a big i-nnie now, In stead of a little one," llrtiiY dtv'aud. " All the more etcltemeut III pulllltg the mini over the ejes of the law, This tint u Howard limy bo nil honest limn," anid inn. lain "In that ease, good night In Mr. Howard, ami we'll put a man lu Ills pln.e who will not bulher us Willi iimstl.iiia an long at lie geta hla rnkeoff," an Id It isilt-1 1 ft . Wheii llenry Howard rwehnl the cable ill ra ting him tu hung llm month's Hud to New York h (mailed. There waa 1111. n her cable at baud, and this one aatoalshnl It i 111 (really iipoii Ita arrival. Fur yeitra lit bad been Hid ing Ilia small but valuabl output to those he believed 1 ha rightful owner, and hen was a cuuUaiaul, aaj this cuutrataut sevuuj In ba a See "Zudora" Every Thursday at the Bligh Theatre H AR0IxT MAG GRA.TH DIAMONDS 1 ''WW'lW BAICD NEATLY FISHE:P THE VALIC l ) li fl v 1 at ari builiiinile one. It was a iiiinp wbleh ,j. tinl'iil liitn krinili. Theie lis I ulwa.is 1 11 siiin.'lhin' tmst.'i oils ah. 'lit the preseul nu uer.s. II,. Im.l n,.,, ae.11 utiv one ol' tlieiii, nnlv i'i,-ir a.'.t .l!!!' I ' 11 1 . Vtho ln nt 1 tlilv iie-,uii"l a l.li. 1 b'tiil when lie .-.im.. In i-iaim the ilinn n I And nov.llieN wanted Iutu in V. Iutu piif.. :is iii.-ve any siiusi.-r I'uii.iiitiiiir.' Ili-nrt ).. ' I this I. II .1 "lllti M a t I .'.-kt e ss he v, .1 Itian. uuil bef.ite ii'iin.v pay for bis lioue-i.. lie s.'iit to i-alih cr. nits, .in,. 1,, th.. ;n '. inp.iuy titnl one 1.1 J.i'iii si .1 hi I 'i,, tl..,t read: "Will ennie to New Val." Th,. ,, ond r.'inl. "Arrive Sen Y.uk tenth Wi'.t give n.voiintliig of ti!,m nun,. " 't,, ,, booked his as.ig.i uii.l ,ail.', fr.'in fape Twu to l.ierp.ml. Slurni was elaled over Ins ca'd . He n form.sl Zudora, and they i-.it.--l ti. Hutil. Aud while they an, I Hunt were tall,, lug over the aiTuir It.nr.l .-ai.it. in, 'is.i.iti, rather debonair and .-anting a t tirat h bad ha I noiim di'tl.-nliy iu l.s.kiug Bwriu or Zudnra la the eyes remeiiilwrlu W i 1 1 hi I l ' a! v syM ,f ,1 FKOM UNDEB TviE TABLE WITH THE how nt the Insllgntiun uf the real Il.iisnm All he had attompted llu. young In it .tor's life. Hut these days hi) was nbV to I.V'k with serenity iutu the eyes of nil miinhin l. " Hello. Ilairil !" crii'il Hunt. You're Just the man I want for a siunt.'' " I'm always ready f'-r thai." Zudora looked at liim griilefnlly. Somehow bis eyes always pnzzli il her. It always seemed that miuictvlmre she hail known these eyes In timately. The four of tln ni left the office to gether, and Inter separated In front of a flor ist's ahup. " Now," said Hunt, "a little work for you, Friend Huird." "I'm wllh yuu, If there's any eifllnnent In It." "There'll be some. 1 want ynu to keep j watch ou that garage and junk simp where they uearly got you lhat uiglit. Something strange about that junk shop. People go In there and don't cine out again. There's smue kind of a tunnel, and between ynu and me and the gate p.-at ibis tunnel leads to the marble home nf Mine. ln Vnl." " I never heard anything about a tunnel," said Ilalrd, hoiiesily. " 0, you saw but one of tk. fa.-.-is f this clever diamond unman. In thin day yoti were using her; c,.tie,in i,iv - did not tell y..u any uf lu'r scm-is. ,, v,, w.u,., til m, and I'll watch the tnat-i,:,- pal. ice, ami th"ii we'll coiiipar d.-s as t,, whom u,. see inter or leave the but tin, I the pahnv." Illll when Ihey compared n tes lll.-y h :l 1 nothing that was iuipm tani. About four weeks In, ,, h,.we..-r, they wr retvardc.l. l'.aird saw Hm , ,,t,.r ,. , disappear, aid I.-t".-lite Ham , come out of the tiila u nlc 1,1 .ippatemly 'nav. lug eiitei-'sl It. Hunt p Id , f,,::,'nv , mau back to t,.u li,,;,,. I,,,, ,,.,,, (1 nmi 01 III.' .inuuiottu -.!-, tap. 'i s. I,,. ,1 I ,i.l 110 I'lisiuesa aiitiiiti.'.".i'.-i,t, ,!i s is iisiiailv found iiioii ol'i,,, T:, u.ri UiiiiiInt, ami below 1h.1t u, ,nKi:i i,-,,,,. word " ptitule." riiinie. Haul was -on olll.-e was. He linn, about in t;,, until Bruce left, when l,,. t al, ul the this ..y to pun Hie lo.-K. II,. w as rn.h, r . urioiis t, . what kind of an olli,.. this was. He f,.un 1 many Interesting tl.saiiuenij. t,,n i,,ohiiik. in erlmiiiatiiig. The niii;gler was a nhrewd fut. Suddenly Hunt heard f.s.tstepa. He heard a key In Ihj lock. Itrm had returned ! Hunt liad a .piick aeraiuble 01. t of the wind.-, where he dung to the Iron shutter. The effort "r,1 ht hil. The man who a eon- paui.-d Bruce was uona oth-r than Howard the superintendent -of the Zudora diamond mines ! This conversation was going to be in teresting Bruce had put one over. Evident ly Howard's boat had beat a day from the trip, as he had been scheduled to arrive the following morning. " You have the gems?" asked Bruce. I have." " You pulled them through the customs? " " I did. But that does not mean that I in tended to keep their arrival a secret from the U. S. government." " 0." was the noncommittal utterance of Bruce. " Now, Mr. Bruce," went on Howard, "there Is another claimant to this mine." " And with not a foot to stand on," said Bruce triumphantly. " Well, thut remains to be seen." ' What do you mean? " " Why, (hat this muddle has got to be thrashed out. I'm honest, Mr. Bruce." Detective Hunt grinned from behind his butter. " Nobody accused you of not being honest," said Bruce, indignantly. " We'll go right now and get the fact as our side know them, and you'll realize that it will take a long siege in court to pry this mine out nf our hands. Coma along. Are the gems in that valise?" " In a false bottom." " Ah ! " Detective Hunt did not like the sound of thnt ejaculation. He was mighty glad that he nad detailed Balrd to keep an eye on the ga rnge. Bruce meant to play Borne trick on r swv y 1 a S ' I N ' ' 1 el v a 1 . V a I f V J( - JV M 1 VI vj?A'-"' 'i1 - : ,v' " 1 ""' " A-iiHa.jt I . v lis I - t 1 v vi A 1) i"V"""' CEOOfc OF KIS CANE Howard. There tvas nothing for Hunt to uo but trust to Haird's ivntclifulncHS. Sine enough, half an hour luter, Bniid saw Bruce and the ptruiigcr enter tlm hut, and almost Immediately two rough looking men and another whom Knird recognized as Hyp the Gunman came into view. Bniid remained in his hiding place. It was going to be a long w. i, and he wanted the men to reappenr be fore he left. He wauled Gyp's status In this affair. Meantime Bruce nr.d Hovnrd arrived at Muie. Du V ill's through the tunnel. This tun nel did not particularly reassure the superin tendent of the Ziulora diamond mine. Why all this bother to enter his employer's house? Were they smuggling tlm gems, then, and this tiiuuel was for niadame's go-betweens? He did not like the business at all. He wns more Ihuii ever inclined to the opinion that he had beeu long the dupe of these people. But Mine. Pu Val Impressed him. The beauty uf her home and Its luxurious furnish ing rather upset his precu iceived Ideas. Thla woman was already rich. Why all this mum mery? He took a dislike to llndcliffo. imme diately. The other individuals he met he rather Ignored. Hut he is duty bound to turn over his present consignment of diamonds. Tito other claimant must establish proofs. That was all there was to It. While nin lame eni-a.-ed his attention Bruce signaled to liiidolilTe, ami they strolled out Into he conservatory. " That man," whispered Bruce, "Is thinking of going to tlie other aide. Hassani All's niece lias, tumbled to the fact that this mine Is reully hers. You already knew that she held that g-'Id mine in Montana, worth a king's ransom. Well. I've faked stuff to make her believe that n landslide has destroyed the mine, and that the tr-Mecs have abscinded with the funds. This was don,, with the idea of making Zudora anl St. inn hike.out to Montana tn investigate. Once there, there was a mighty slim chance of th-ir efer coming ha. k. But, oddly euough, they have accepted the fake us truth, and have ii' id" 11 . effort to go out there. I'll write an other iitiniiynious note advising thorn that It would pay to investigate the report. But meantime there's this man Howard to take 'are ,,f. We'll warn him. and If he does not f.in In with us, why, he must be pushed off the hoard." "I'll take care of (but end of It," agreed ItaddiiTe "We'r,. runnitig tm smoothly ti l-'t a fool cog u up. Trust me." Th'T returned to the salon, and a quarter of a flour later Uruce and Howard denarted. V Gyp and his two companion, , the salon and were given a sru ill h ,4 best of the gems. Thy were i ? ,h in ease Howard jumped the traces n ' his companions returned to tit,, oil " junk hut. The moment th,v left .,!'?" the street Baird followed. II, had , " that they were going tu the di , with the Howard colIeeI,.n. Je iT that the game should never g..t that fir The three crooks finally "., ? 7 w suspicion t,,:; strolled m and took the table ne-t , ,v Under the table he saw the liie while the three were bsily .J, Pleasant pastime uf shaking clko fr lh, -ri Baird neatly fished the valise froB m J table with the crook of his cane. Thc h 1 the saloon, and once outside he lny , -t fast as his legs could go. M rpi iu.-re was n line rncki-t in that S: s;iloon mhn tbe crooks discovered their I l-aeh 1 the other of carelessness. ;,, .T other two, appreciated the thunderbolt ft, had fallen at bis fed. l!,,,,irfe ' him out of hand. In terror he i-ollapaed oa Uu table. His companions ,lra?e(1 him na saloon, and the three started ,(t (heh less task of hunting for a man with u i, crook to his cane. That evening Howard found a note which filled him with consternation. It was an ope. H,,-ont frnm I,!- I.... ... ,. " -'"1'iu.ters. ne was ml alkint 011 thin Ice. But he was an old hand at 1 fare. He had lived too many years in Africa 10 De reany airam of threats. He awtl slipped an automatic into his pocket and weal about his affairs calmly. That same evening Zudora nnd Storm wtti greeted with a tremendous surprise. Mrs. Ramsey, with whom Zuih.ra wu li, ing, knocked to say that a Mr. Baird anxious to see Zudora. " Send him right up ! " Baird was greeted cordially. He pot Ik valise on the table, opened it, lifted the fill bottom, and there lay a handful of uncut dia tnonds, a comfortablo fortune for any reason able person. "What has happened?" demanded Ztidori greatly excited. Briefly Baird recounted his adventure, im when he hnd done the girl seiied .Storm aai began to waltz him around the room, liul theso uncut Btnnes could not be kept in tlx house. Nor could they take them and nl them or deposit them in a safety boi at I bank. What to do with them now the; hid them? Until the miue was indubitably prated to be Zudora's legally they had do rfht ft them. Morally they had, of eourie. Thu Mrs. Ramsey made a migg"stien. " Why not hide them in yonder Sower potl They congratulated Mrs. ItumBey upon hl happy thought. After the stones were hltidei Baird took his departure. fiyp and bis frightened companions, iltel . having hunted futllcly for the mnn with th ivory headed cane finally concluded that thl best thing they could do would be to (0 tt ' Mine. Du Val's and throw themselves upon hei mercy. She needed them ; they had that mini In their favor. When they blurted out the cost of Ihtll carelessness Mnie. Du Val's rage ivn terril'k She seized a bronze stattietle and rushed upm the whining gunman, nnd Ittnlclille's interfer ence doubtless snved him from n broken het It took half nn hour to pacify the womas. Gyp and his friends were happy to escape k nothing more serious than ciiiwi. She r dered them out of the hone. " I'll wager Hunt Is back of this coup," Radcliffe. " You see, we've not 10 act quickly, and I think that Munn game is the best wecu use. Oct Zudora In this private asylum, " will take ten Sherlock Iloluieaes to let W out." " Very well. We will make the "' mcnts at once. Zudora must he put ' Thnt will relieve the pn-esure ngnln " Dr. Munn receivcl them, smirk on face. Visitors of this character abvayi " patients." lie never lii.iiin-d i"'o b enta' motives. Tersely lie wns giu -- - " It must be accomplished at once, a Mine. Du Val. , "Leave It to me, niadame. He" '! 11 yourluitlent remain here;" Forever, if you can make that I . "Many of my patients are lBl0"d atrnngo illness, and generally they die Is very expensive." " Will J10.000 cover these ripen""' " Amply, niadame." ,j, The first Individual to dl.aPP"w" haunt, of men was Howard, tbe diamond -aiiperlutendent. The eecond to vanish w zuderi- and Itaddiire accomplished bc t ously by means of a ladder to dow. Sliewa,.,lfa"P"-,;;iri,fll her, bound nnd gapi."d her. . vain for the diamonds which tn' dent Zudora had lildd-n la ,bl, r,e,l where. They even iif"d tbe P flower pot, but fortunut ' (te or, the dirt carefully. Th-y -. " wher later John found th. about. , . . ,, u f i...i..iiff ..rattned a blan '--- . 1 j .....l i... ..ot nf the w ni "W a- auu too . bl taiie'e- 1 her insliie tna "- n-prv iWluiji """" . frfliW . arf r Bi - J ..A u, ,l.lniihl Zu.K tf 1...- Wll V"' )" with the terrible un. (..mat. of one of th"" .ireaoo" often heard and read about asylum ! u t And in the rery "''Ttf who wanted to be loyal te'f, - ry Iloward I ao.'