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Or for sewing place 100 So. 8rd West - gait Lake City, Utah. out of tucked be furnishings may Pl-a- uat 1 ty OCTAVUS ROy COHEN THOSE of ns whose span of life us beyond the end of WW Service Octavo Any Cnhon fopvrlrht 1035 are almost certain to witness one could glimpse couples usually an epochal change in our governCHAPTER IX Continued THE STORY FROM THL BEGINNING of mixed gender walking slowly ment After more than 150 years, 12 our nation Is about to alter a basic "Sou go right ahead and cry. Antoinette Peyton, aenior at the University of Marland, resents Pater-so- n and talking earnestly. coed, and there They slowly descended the hill date In our system of government, Thayer's attentions to Ivy Welch, seventeen-year-ol- d Ivy," Hanvey's voice was Infinitely scene Max Vernon, another student, reproaches Ivy for "breaktoward the Psi Tau Theta fraternity namely, the date upon which the gentle. "I guess I know bow you is a astormy date'" with him. Thayer and Vernon threaten each other. Prof. Larry house where Reagan's car was terms of our ing Presidents, Vice Pres f?itL riOnce when I was a heap Welch, Ivy's brother, is appealed to by Tony to end his sister's friendStudents eyed them curi- idents and senators and representayounger and a heap thinner I had ship with Thayer. Welch and Tony Peyton are in love. Tony tells him parked. Larry deterfl.lnes ously and buzzed with conjecture. tives In congress begin. In all proba girl. And I lost her. . . . She she is married to Thayer, but is his wife only in name. him to wait until to end Thayer's association with Ivy. Tony persuades was relaxed. He was think- ability the change will have been Hanvey married another feller, and It sort she so. doss She excited, husband. to Vernon, her visibly has appealed of seemed as though she had died." leaves the house almost Immediately after her departure. Welch goes to ing and Reagan was bitterly dis- ordered In advance of 1930, but it ill not take effect until early In Thayer appointed because he didn't seem Ivy sensed the very genuine sym- see Thayer, and after he leaves, Carmicino, frat house Janitor,thefinds bandit esstabbed in the throat. The Marland bank is robbed, more excited about his disclosure 1937. pathy and the deep human under- dead, defamous Jim wounded. Hanvey, caping with $100,000 after being badly The fundamental revision Is to regarding the ownership of the standing. The campus tragedy had tective, comes to investigate the robbery. Randolph Fiske, the bank presiknife which had been used to kill take place through adoption or rat hurt more than anyone suspected. dent, tells him he believes Vernon was driving the car in which the robpolice chief, Induces Hanvey to take Paterson Thayer. He was even a ification, by the several states of There bad been the shock, the hor- ber got away. Reagan, Marland of the murder case, evidence implicating Vernon In both the murcharge "Lame Duck Amendror . . , then the fear that Larry der and robbery. Tony Peyton, Larry Welch, and Max Vernon are under trifle hurt, though he wouldn't say the comment" to the federal Constitution. might have done It. Only hei room- arrest as Thayer murder suspects. Welch insists Thayer was alive when so. He attempted to elicit a Is the consensus now that Its rat mate knew of the long hours of cry- he left him. Hanvey Questions Carmicino. He admits furnishing Thayer ment from Hanvey and went a,t whisky for forbidden revels in the frat house, he and Thayer dividhis task circultously. ification as a part of the organic ing . . . only the roommate could withthe Vernon's searched finds had room, who previously profits. Reagan, "You and the kid seemed to get law Is only a question of time. tell of the heroism which, sent Ivy ing there, hidden ia a closet, a bloodstained knife, Hanvey Interrogates Ivy. So, in a few years then we will Welch bravely out on the campus. along fine, Jim." itness a Welch? she's the convening of our con reguBut Ivy had not talked to that Say, "Ivy see her fingers clasping and un- - that. But, anyway, he could have beat In January of each year for roommate. John." gress Uanvey, now he was lar, Pat up. He never would have used different She felt that he under- clasping nervously. "Darn little cat, If you ask me. sessions of no fixed duration or a knife." "Yes, I saw him." life up to one year, and each four stood, and would help. It was a "Do you know If he and Miss Pey Did everything but scratch my eyes "Where?" we will see a President Inrelief to talk. years out" ton are engaged?" "Over at the women's dormitory. ducted into office In the same "Pat Thayer and 1 were enreckon she don't I "You say. "I don't think so. I mean, I think He came to see me." gaged," she said simply. poor month. Congress now meets In Despot for Larry would like to be, but I'm sure must have a weak me." "What about?" "Gee." cember, of course, but Its sessions, old like feller fat was about Pat crazy Her answer came in a whisper. Tony Thayer." in the odd years, end auto "Of course, we weren't thinking to one didn't tell she "Ten you started "Mmm! Did you tell your brother on March 4 of the sue about getting married just yet. We "Mr. Thayer." matically anything." "1 see. . . . What did he say that you and Pat were engaged?" both felt i was too young. But 1 ceeding even year; the sessions be She told John. "Gimme the ten, I did." "Sure was wearing his fraternity pin and about Mr. Thayer?" ginning In December of the even "Did you mention that Thayer me plenty." "He said he said I wasn't to see ears may run through to the fol he was wearing a diamond ring "What?" Doubtfully. was wearing your diamond rfng?" December, If the legislative which used to belong to my moth- Pat any more." lowing "We-e-lshe said that she and "No. I Just didn't remember. I "Why?" so choose. The new amend er." Again her eyes filled with body were Pat engaged. to alThayer wasn't scared tell Thayer him, though." "He wouldn't tell me. There's ment will start the sessions on Jan tears. "He had It on when when "I don't believe you were. . . . Tell and Max Vernon quarreled Just beways been a lot of mean talk 8, of every year, and they may he died, Mr. Uanvey." He me: Would Larry have been likely fore Thayer was killed. Thayer and uary continue until that date of the next Jim shook his head. "Where Is around the campus about Pat run-ia because had Miss Peyton was better than the rest of them, not been done It now, Miss Welch?" he was shlnin' up to Ivy Welch. year If the work has and they all hated him for being In the meantime. a "1 don't know. I suppose It's still had brother Then Ivy and her more of a man. And Larry knew In the case of the Chief Execu on on his finger. I put It there row, and he left her with the Intenof it. I never made any secret he will take office on January tive, and of tion ordering myself." seeing Thayer about It." 20, of the year following his elecShe suddenly buried her face in to lay off." him "Then why did he suddenly come tion. The term of office beginning her hands. Hanvey, filled with a "She knew we had all that dope next March and 4, therefore, appears speak to you day before yesdeep pity, watched her In silence. already." certain to be the one break in Then the blond head jerked upward terday?" "Maybe she did, John and then, steady succession of four-yea- r Again her cheek turned white. and she forced a smile. "I won't she didn't Anyway, It terms for President since the forma maybe again, somehim told Uanhad "Somebody talk about it any more, Mr. was refreshing to get It from some- tion of our government, for it will vey. I'll try to be a good scout thing." body who ain't accused of this kill- be reduced by the difference of time "Yes . . .?" Jim was infinitely You're going to help get Larry Allowing for the fact that from January 20 to March 4, In oring. free?" patient "Who?" she'd maybe try to shield her der that the succeeding Presiden "Antoinette Peyton." "Yes if he Is Innocent." I don't think she's got a brother, tial terms may be for four full "I see. . . . And how did Miss "Surely you don't think. . . .?" In the world except to help thought ears. to that pick particu happen "No, Ivy 1 don't. But I do Peyton us catch the person who reallyti The purpose of the amendment Is, think that Larry has talked himself lar day to tell him?" His eyes closed In killed Thayer." words of Its author, Senathe this it if he And "Because trouble. happened well, of lot into a slowly. "She sure was in love with tor George W. Norris, of Nebraska, to walked She Mr. me to Hanvey." way, won't tell the truth it's up to the guy." to bring congress closer to the peo the window and motioned him to find It out from someone else." "Kid stuff!" And there Is not a great deal ple." "You all the her. college see, 1 know." join "I'll tell you everything Hanvey turned slowly and re of disagreement about that It will sight In the drawer of an occasional here. hill on a are Way and Now first: Weren't you buildings af garded Reagan for a minute. a body more respon- table. It Is a great convenience, make one which saves many steps, to have with Mr. Thayer day before yester over yonder on that big hill Is the "I think that's the same mistake sive tocongress sena because the people, When you women's dormitory. everybody made when they thought tors and representatives who are needles, thread, sewing silk, thimble, day just about noon?" walk over there you go down the of her In connection with Thayer. elected in November will take office scissors, emery, wax, etc., where they "Yes, sir." hill beyond the Bowl and pass can be used, especially In emergen "Did Max Vernon meet you?" All they said was: Kid stuff." In Just two months thereafter. through a pretty little patch of woods. narrowed. cies, without trotting upstairs or eyes "Yes, sir." Reagan's "Mm-m! Did You Tell Your BrothConsiderable research has failed There's a place down there all kind Jim?" "What "What happened then?" bringing the work basket from some at you driving er That You and Pat Were EnJust ramblin' to disclose how the term, "Dame other room. "Nothin' She hesitated, and her cheeks of closed In everybody knows It special. It has long called the Bower and couples gaged ?" There are occasional tables which in my speech as usual. Only remem Duck" had Its origin. grew white; but she answered It's pol- fill all unfortunate a sort to the It's times. been of lots there applied go a sev these different requirements, of when John ber with brave honesty: girl this, know to Did he that recognize ring? itician who guessed wrong as to of college rule never to go In there it kid in falls ain't enteen love, a had quarrel. nasty It pretty "They pretty well?" I wanted, and when someone else' Is there. stuff to her, no matter what It seems what his constituents served Mr. Uanvey." "Yes, sir. It was my mother's." has In when you hear through He was not to defeated. mean go I think folks. to other may Hanvey leaned forward. "Would "Larry went to see him to make like another session of congress, how somebody. done would have bet be Welch Miss everybody mind me, him was telling you stay away from you. He office to "Tony Peyton was coming from mad when he went. Yet you think ter to realize that Ivy Welch was ever, before surrendering - what Vernon and Thayer quarreled successor. a I were and Pat and ma?" the Get woman a dormitory grown. about?" he didn't kill Thayer?" While the new amendment will "No!" exploded Reagan, "I don't She flushed slightly. "About me." It. there. Tony Peyton eavesdropped Mr. Hanvey. Larry "I'm sure of It In us. on She busted right make congress more responsive and then and do mean?" What you "Why?" couldn't stab a man. Anyone would 'VH' "? TVTORE than a million people she gave Pat the devil." Uanvey shrugged. "Durned if I closer to the people, there Is and with a , U vill tab un HQ Thl.t tn. tell you that" f "Well," she answered lack some be will . . But what business see. . "I confessed. he always probably know," lURht and be healthier, happier. .flash of straightforwardness which "And Jim. admitted have," "They Its to as tomorrow pecause at it. Many of was It of hers?" opiuiou Then : "So Max Vernon admitted of unanimity told me same of them are men and he liked"! guess I acted pretty the they've thing In of thought Hanschool to lifted which The face value. John?" was The his Ivy women cast three acorn that eh, knife, rotten. I had a date with Max and about Miss Peyton and Max Verthe amend a study In bewilderment that was "Yes." congress opposrd vey He rose ponderously. I stood him up." non." "I'm -"I don't knowl" "Did he see the blood on it before ment felt there was danger that con5Kir aj years or more, much obliged, Miss Welch. You've "I see. . . . Sou preferred bejNRhasbeenasdepend- f would be too responsive to she say?" "Didn't admission?" made that he gress . a"'e 33 their family doc- been a darn good sport and you've a ing with Thayer?" were such "No. Of course I could tell that "11 1, no, Chief. I ain't that public will; that there "Of course." helped a heap." years when site threat- and de as whims public there was something between Tony I had the blade covered things LmaM-eens to slow up vital or- 1 "Why?" "Will you tell me the truth about dumb. based on misinformation, and gans.Thismild.all-vege-tablmands had there I or, and anyway, asked I to kid. him. It when showed a lie's is Pat; Max "Because just and corrective has kept them one thing, Mr. Hanvey? Have I ti e present period of delay af reiruiarlaxative still keeps them well, vigorous and a good sort and all that, but he's a been. Tony was awful sore, and helped my brother, or hurt him?" him if he'd ever seen it before and that to for electorate more the for forded eager time to days to come. That's behappy told He Pat was mad. Tony he said, sure, it was his. I said cause NR safdy trains sluggish bowels to baby." Jim smiled a broad, lazy smile. "cool off." if own and that business her mind ancf clears the intestinal tones liver the mistaken about 'You couldn't be and he "Haven't Thayer always "You've helped him, Ivy. I give Those who look at both sides of tract ot poisons that cause headaches, colds. she butted in on him she'd be startcould you?' and he said hecer that, been good friends?" You on rmtousness, etc word see, tmn that you my formTTrf jj ing something she couldn't stop. for the first time I got a little of tainly could not Then I told him the question see that danger. They "Yes." maa for he'd put his foot in right, because recognize it is possible did any Tony said he ought to be ashamed t "When you notice truth." of himself because I was such a that was the knife that killed Pat jority of the citizens of the Repub Change?" He she watched her as opened Tha.ver and I showed him the lic to be swayed by demagoguery he'd do what "Oli, I can't just renien.ber, Mr. kid, and he said tion. heartburn. Only 10c the door. He saw her give a start, he d n pleased." from a raucous minority. Some act what hits been Max but bloody blade." Impos Hanvey; stiffened. slim and her figure 4 "And you?" of a foreign nation might possibly "And what did he say?" sible lately. Mooning around with a "You!" she cried sharply. "I just stood there. It seemed Reagan shook his head. "He said engender such steaming hatred just face like last week's wash, and al"Yeh, It's me," answered Beagan he didn't give a d n If it had in advance of an election as to I was an outsider. I hadn't Chateau d'Artagnan Sold ways talking serious instead of kid- like I never from the hallway. and seen Pat ever I mad, killed Thayer or not, he didn't have cause the selection of a majority to. used he like got The Chateau d'Artagnan, girlding along "You've been listening?" anything to do with It He's a of congress willing to rush into war. awful bored. Then I started going thought Tony could get so sore." I've darn fresh kid, Jim and hasn'i Or there may be some domestic is hood home of the mother of Dumas' "No'm, I haven't Honest "It was a real fuss?" with Pat that's Mr. Thayer and hero, was sold recently for $1,750. It been waiting for Jim Hanvey." told the truth about anything since sue about which the flames of pub Is near I'aris. D'Artagnan was not "Yes, sir. I think Tony must be just Max got sorer than ever. Then he a Ivy withered him with glance I first stuck him In the hoosegow, lic sentiment may be fanned, with born asked me for a May day date. We crazy about him, and she was and there, but In the Chateau of stalked off down the hall. Rea- Let's go over and have a talk with a subsequent action by congress were to go to the class track meet. Jealous. Anyway, I mean she acted Castelmore, on the estate of his faroom In entered the grinning. be gan later would that him. What say?" regretted I met Pat and Just naturally forgot Just like that." ther, the Sieur de Baatz. He and "Any luck, Jim?" "Not yet Jolm. Let's go to the years. "You didn't get any hint from bis brother took their mother's name the date that's all. Then when "Plenty." On the other hand, those who fosundertaker who's got Thayer's Max met ns he got nasty about it either Pat or Miss Peyton what to avoid confusion with that of their "Got any hunches?" tered the change and who passed It father, and as body. I want to take a look at It. and, of course, Pat wouldn't stand there was or had been, between d'Artagnan the mus"Yeh." have contended keteer went "Come ahead." Reagan stepped through congress them?" life. that" through will "Against who?" Into his car and Jim crawled in on that this new responsiveness What did Mr. "Of course not "No, sir." chuckled. Is "Everybody," view their Hanvey It both work told side. the other ways. "And you think Miss Peyton Thayer do?" Culinary Genius he answered. Then "Did you see "Any of Thayer's family down that senators and representatives A young teacher prided herself on "Oh, i he sort of treated Max like your brother that he ought to do Vernon?" I will "hear from home" more quickly here?" asked Hanvey. Max got awful sore, something about It?" a kid. the children to do orig"I did." "A sister. Seems to be a pretty than ever before If sentiment swings stimulating "Yes. . . . Larry is crazy about inal thinking. She encouraged them mean, he was downright ugly about "Show him the knife?" it reached that much from the back nice sort, but she won't talk point to tell her. He didn't act nice. He said I'd new Ideas that came to It" "Yep." I got a hunch that he was always at the polls. Plenty of safeguards them. any "And then?" have to quit going with Pat I said the contributions Among "What did he say?" sort of bad egg, Jim. And, of are said to exist "He stalked off, trying to look I wouldn't, and he said he'd see was which came after one week-enanswered Reagan, course, a feller can't press that kind "He said," the After performance one from a boy who said he was gowatching like' a man." that I did." is knife his!" the "that a more than of an Investigation too strong with of congress through "And you and Mr. Thayer?" ing to Invent a new griddle cake Jim's eyes were half closed. His a man's sister when he's lying dead decade, I hold the conviction that flour, "We talked for awhile and then voice came in a slow, disinterested which would have popcorn In X CHAPTER cross a rather In next room." the good an for they represent he said he had to get ready It to make the pancake drawl. elects that of the population section "Gosh, no." They turned Int He said If Max afternoon class. as well as "And then he told you he was go spoke briefly to the dean Marland road and sped along under them. The voters now and then get THEY left was sore and wouldn't lake nie to ing over to see Thayer, didn't he?" the building together. the spreading shade trees which one who is better than the aver the track meet, he'd take me." It's Been Tried "Yes, sir." Below them was the Bowl: long lined the paving on both sides. age and now and then pnt one in Now, about "That was nice one?" The even of wealth division "That was about half past cinon either concrete stand side, "John," asked Hanvey suddenly office who does no credit to the dis your brother . . ." "I think so." - the diamond ; men throughout a coun. y actually has der circlingor he which path she room from "when or state searched trict he know "You you flashed. Thayer's Her eyes been tried. About 800 A. D., King "He was real sore when he left In track suits loping easily around did you find any Jewelry?" But the average of any comes. . wouldn't kill anybody, Mr. Hanvey. Muni Tsenpo of Tibet distributed all lie?" Held or wasn't oval the sports; you, di of total practicing all, "Nothing but a watch and chain. thing la the sum You've met him ; he's a fine man . wealth In bis kingdom three difthe In a "Not sore the She seemed startled. practice regulars Indulging "No diamond ring?" vided bv that number. Representa and he Just wouldn't do anything ferent times, giving everyone an . freshman baseMr. the kill to I have seen game not. as against anybody, t! What "Sure and enough tives senators, gave you like Hint." Hut each time the Don't you understand: Larry ball team, t'nder the trees were n Idea? Just because I overlooked Max them, make up a congress rep equal share. "I "Id you see Larry between the men clever soon owned It all. some hundred hnlf he at kind all. empty, cars; Maybe Vernon's knife you haven't got an resentative of the public which tisu time Tlmyer left you and the time isn't Hint could have quarreled with Pat and some occupied by youthful couples: right to think I'd miss that sort of ally, therefore, has had Just ntwmt Larry went to sec him at the fra had a fight . . . although I the stands held perhaps R hundred stuff everywhere." what It Is willing and entitled to ternity house?" and through the woods (TO BE CONTINUED,) receive. 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