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be the Judge u BY TRY A CAN OF THREE CROWN Author HAND? By EDITH SESSIONS TUPPER. of " By fair. Bnadth," Tba Black Diamond,' M Copyright, 1889, by Willard Fracker THE QUALITY BAKING POWDER It will cost you nothing If It Isn't the Best of the good ones. 1 Co CHAPTER IV. Continued. "Well, it was a most shocking and mysterious affair, I observed, as I flung my cigar away and, rising, consulted my watch. I saw that I had barely time to catch the train from Sea View. My horse was at the door, and so, without even a parting word to Angele, I rode hastily away. I had resolved upon my next step, and could scarcely wait until I reached New York, to put my design Into execution. The next morning I was ushered into the presence of the kindly-facekeen-eyechief Inspector of police. I told him I wanted the whereabouts of a man named John Williams, occupation that of a valet. A detective was called and at once detailed to begin the search, and I went to my office satisfied that something was being done. On the fourth morning after the detective called at my office, and told me where to find my man. As good fortune would have it, I discovered that he was valet to a prominent actor whom I chanced to know very well. I Immediately took my way to the apartment of Mr. Harry Sinclair, leadcoming man In one of the panies of the city. I found him In bed, reading the morning papers. "Ive not come to see you," I said, as we shook hands, "but your man Williams. Dont tell me you want my treasure; I really couldnt keep house without him, Sinclair gayly cried. "No, no; I simply wish to see him on a matter of business. He may be able to give me some valuable information. Well, here he Is now with my coffee, responded the actor, as Williams entered the room. A few words with him were satisfactory, and an appointment was made for the afternoon. d Hewlett Bros. Co. Tin From Malay. The Malay states produce about seven-tenth- s of the worlds supply of tin. TEA Fine tea is so daintily fine that a man (or even a woman) may gobble it down without it suspecting best-know- n Savings Banks vs. Saloons. In Norway on pay days saloons are closed and savings bank open until midnight. Beautify Your Walls and Ceilings ! In whits and beautiful not rub or scale. Destroys disand vermin. No washing of once applied. Any ons can mix with cold water. Other finishes, bearing fanciful names and mixed with either hot or cold water, do not tints. Does ease germs walls after brush it on esi your own counsel, and If you further I will let you Williams 105 Water St, N. Etc, Copyright, 1900, by Street & How did you come to about the root? I asked as S tel cal' I could. "He asked me, sir. Williams, s he, a day or so after ha returned, think it was, sir. Williams. said he did you find any bits of this stilts scattered about either of the ,e rooms Then he showduring my absence? ed me some roots he had in a little ,iar on one of his shelves. I looked closely at them, and says I, 'Yes, sir. thats like the scraps I found along side. Mr. Dalrymples bed, sir. He turned deathly pale, and, says he, Have you told any one of this? No. sir, says I. You did well, says he; and I must say, sir, he treated me most handsome, for he gave me a good-sizebill, and told me never to speak of It, and he would always be my friend, and if I was ever in need, to come to him, "Does he know where you are now? I asked. "Yes, sir. I wrote him and told him I had a good place, and then I met him a few weeks ago on Fourteenth street, and he stopped and spoke with me, and said he got my letter, and was glad I had a fine situation, and said again, if I was ever in need, not to hesitate to come to him. Well, sir, I aint a fool, and I couldn't fail to see there was something back of all this, and it has worried me a good de, at times. ja Well, what about this bit of fires goods? "I have never spoken of that to a human being, said the man earnestly, but when I was straightening up the room that morning, down by the foot of the bed, lying well to one side, was a piece of cloth. I picked it up.. It was torn sort of zig-zalooked a: if the wearer had caught her foot In' it, or something of that kind. Ive! kept It evqr since, and have always carried it' about me. d g Y- - aavs every year of use over all gravity setting systems and $5- .- per oow over all imitating separators. They received the Grand Prize or Highest Award at St. Louis. sepaBuying trashy rators is penny wise, dollar foolish. Such machines quickly lose their cost instead of saving it. 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Just as people are trained to use their Intelligence so they ought to be trained to use their voice. Bishop of Bristol. Here It Relief for Women, Mother Gray, a nurse in New York, die covered a pleasant herb remedy for womans Ills, called AUSTRALIAN LEAF. Ills the only certain monthly regulator. Cures female weaknesses, Backache, Kidney and Urinary troubles. At all Druggists or by mall Meta. Sample mailed FREE. Address, The Mother Gray Oo., Lelioy, N. Y. e-;-st Firedamp. and afterdamp words brought Into terrible prominence In many disasters In minee, preserve the older English sense ot damp vapor, and espeolally noxious vapor. Precisely where the word cams from philology doss not know, but the earliest existence of Its use quoted by Dr. Murray's dictionary Is Caxtens (1480) after the dragon a goot and ther ahal come shal come out of- htr nostrel n domp that shal betoken hanger and grata deth of Bacon Is ons ot the writsrs peple. of his time who speak of the damps ot mines. Damp gradually came to be applied to visible vapors, such as evening mists, and the transition to the sense of moisture Is obvious. But in damping down a furnace ons finds a relic of the verb damp in the sense of suffocate. Firedamp s At three oclock, therefore, the sleek, tidy valet made his appearance at my office. Taking him into my consulting room, and closing the door behind us, I asked him point-blanYou were in Mr. Dalrymples service, were you not? Yes, sir, Williams answered. "You, I believe,, were the first to discover his death? "Yes, sir, said the man, with a convulsive shudder. Tell me, did you discover anything unnatural about the room? Did you find traces of any ones presence? The man hesitated a moment, and Well, sir, I dont like to then said: talk about this. It was a fearful affair. I told all I knew at the inquest. Are you sure you told all you know? I asked, meaningly. The man started a little anfl looked anxiously at me. "You would not, I continued, "like an innocent person to be suspected of having caused your piasters death, would you? No, sir, said Williams, in a suppressed tone. Then you had best speak out, my man. I am determined to thoroughly sift this mystery. I have important clues in my hands, which I propose to follow. You may be of great assistance to me. Williams rose, walked to the window, and stood several minutes staring out I waited patiently. I saw there was a struggle going on In his mind, and was positive he would speak. At last he turned. "I think I had better tell you, sir, he What I know has often said, quietly. disturbed me. I did not tell quite all I know at the inquest. I answered the questions which were asked me, but I did not volunteer any information. I have felt there was some awful secret back of my poor masters death, but I have never spoken ttf any one, except the Professor Except the Professor! I involuntarily exclaimed. Yes, sir; and I did not tell him I to him about quite everything. the bits of root I found, but not about the scraps of cloth, torn from some womans dress. My heart leaped to my ttroat. What did this man know? "Have you got it with you now? I asked with a beating heart. Yes, sir. I havent dared leave It anywhere, Ilt the Professors acting so strange set all sorts of queer fancies afloat in my head. Then, too, 1 recognized the cloth, he concluded, as be opened his coat and drew from his pocket a piece of filmy, gauzy stuff,, a broad yellow and black stripe I took it with shaking fibgers. You say you recognized this? I asked. "Yes, sir. Im sorry to say I did. Ive seen a dress of that sort of stuff often on Miss Capel. X y CHAPTER V. My feelings may better be fancied than described as I sat staring at this flimsy bit of gauze. Such a trifle light as air and yet confirmation, strong as Holy writ, of my suspicions. Everything pointed toward my theory as the correct one. The Professor had lied to me about his knowledge of Williams whereabouts. He was evidently shielding Satane, and did not care to have me come in contact with the valet. Was the Professor an accomplice? It surely looked so, and yet what motive could he have had? It was a puzzling knot to unfasten, but I did not despair. It was but a week since I had undertaken this quest, and already I had made momentous discoveries. Of course, sir, Williams said, suddenly, breaking the profound uilerice. I dont like to suspect a fine young lady, like Miss Capel, of such a wicked act, but it has bothered me terribly. I havent known what to do. Sometimes Ive thought, as it might be my duty, to go to Mrs. Dalrymple and tell her, but I couldnt bring myself to do it. That poor lady has had so much trouble. So, whenever Ive thought about it, something has always said to me that Id better keep still and wait Since I left there I havent thought so much of it, bat just now, when you began questioning me, some way I felt at once that the time had come for me to speak. You have done exactly right, I No doubt this mystery answered. will all be cleared away, and no doubt Miss Capel can satisfactorily explain how a piece of her dress came in her brother-in-law- s room. You need not worry over the matter at ' are: Dwight Bean, Richfield; will probably die; clothes all torn off. Mrs. A. B. Williams, badly shocked and burned about head and back. Uroiious Humor That Gets Mrs. Harry E. Mills, Richfield, badthe Newspapers. 1 L. Harbour, one of the editors of ly shocked and burned about left side. Mrs. A. O. Rasmussen, Richfield, Tiw Youths Companion and an cut off. nose in the delights papers poring aujfior, ' Inez Clark, Richfield, shocked, for unconscious humor. He says that burned over head. descriptions of weddings are invariaChild of Mrs. Rasmussen, internalbly funny, and among the instances ly hurt. he cites is a paragraph which Indulges W. E. Ashmus, Richfield, hair in eulogy concerning the bride and burned off, badly shocked. Archie Anderson, Glenwood, hair bridegroom, and concludes with, We wish them all happiness, for John is burned from head, badly shocked. All the above are still confined to on4 of our best young men, and so He also tells of the minute their beds. iary. There were about a score of others riptions of gifts which are set less seriously injured. on the occasion in rural papers marriage, and says that In such Terrorized by Tartars. The brides gift per he found: St. to the groom was a large hair wreath Petersburg. A dispatch from maiie Tiflis received Tuesday, says: his and hers. of. family -Ifist Emma I.each presented the The whole of the southeast Caucascouple with a handsome motto, Fight us is now terrorized by Tartars. Reon. The brides father gave her one fugees are pouring in here from Baku, copy of Bunyans Pilgrim Progress Details Elizabethpol and Shusha. and one Jersey cow bound In leather. from Shusha show that several engagements were fought between TarWires, Beasts and Birds. tars and Armenians behind regular A strange thing is the effect of positions and that a considerable porelectrical energy on birds and wild tion of the town was soon in flames. beasts, says a telegraph lineman. According to an1 official estimate "Woodpeckers are continually tapping more than 200 houses were destroyed. telegraph poles. In the country you Was Peniless and Sick. will find everywhere poles honeyButte, Mont. E. B. Ewing, claiming combed by the sturdy bills of woodof Senator Cock peckers. 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A good mixer Is supposed to be a man who can associate with people and make business. A poor mixer Is one who makes friends slowly, who minds his own business and is not much of a rounder. A man who gives his business close attention When people are , Is the best "mixer. In need of a certain article they buy where they can get the best and cheapest where conditions suit them. When people are buying articles they need they do not care whether the dealer Is a good fellow or not. We have never thought much of the "good-mixe- r idea. Atchison Globe. Hes a yel-ros- es This would tempt her from the cage. like Kidney , per cow per year today i remedy Doans Richfield, Utah. Lightning from a clear sky hurled 200 persons to the ground, killing one, Tuesday afternoon. Another will probably die. rJd. Twenty-si- x more are injured, several ow come two inexplicable features otthe case the Professor's complicity of them badly. The bolt fell In the midst of 2,500 a,u Satanes sudden reformation. These problems I cannot as yet people, all crowded close to the rail B it I doubt not 1 shall find of the new race track. They 'ere key. watching the beginning of the ..ays fchall I take Angele into my confl-flic- e third trotting race. It came without and tell her what I have discov-V- ? A terrific report startled the warning. No, not yet. I must have more thousands. Half dazed by Its intenore the Iniquity of her sister sity those who had escaped the shock sed to her. next am I to do? Where turn? caught their scattered senses to see here is nothing more to be gained maddened horses dashing in all direcbl remaining in New York. What tions through the crowd, while 200 m y I not stumble upon if I return to men and women lay prostrate. i View and watch this precious The bolt came from a broad strip of P- - r? clear sky between two approaching lesides there Is Angele. She mut cloud masses. Its explosion when it cheered, encouraged ay protect- from Satane. If this beautiful, struck on a wagon was the first warn:ked woman should get an Inkling ing of Its presence. The ground had it she is In danger, she would not been wet by light thowers and the itate to crush her defenseless sls-- I electricity scattered over the grass must at al hazards guard An-- In blue flames that knocked down, stunned and burned victims on all ly decision made, I proceeded to sides. It ripped wagon wheels and Pyk my belongings for a somewhat seats and shattered the track fence. ended stay at Sea View. I took The crowd had gathered at the new train next morning, and, having Ived In safety and arranged ' my fair grounds. They had come from ds and chattels, I dispatched a many surrounding points in honor of e to Angele. Utah Commercial Travelers day. The, races were the main thing of interest speedy reply contained the that I should dine with thorn and they had crowded close to th it, evening. Toward sunset accord-;ltrack, all along .whose circuit they I drove down to the Dalrymple were strung. ce. Wheti the bolt struck some thought the soft summer twilight brooned had Others ov the sea, stretched brazen and exploded. dynamite A firecracker. was a it n thought drlin-suthe giant beach. The along rush toward the place followed, as was just sinking from bji we turned Into the grounds, soon as people recovered their senses. saw little Marcale flying abouf the Horses were running madly, some is court. She taught sight of me dragging carriages and others loose. ran. screaming with delight and. chlldin.,.hFlek.e4wlUi the 4riv-- c Women, the carriage, terror, j er to stop and tc the pretty child The area over which the shock was In, who embraced ie rapturously. , felt extended about 100 yards each I next saw the smoke from tSepro-fessor- s A number of wagons and carway. cigar in the shrubbery, and riages In this area were broken by the received a gracious bow and wavijf of force of the lightning. th hand from him as I drove by. V Mrs. A. D. Rasmussen was In a surThen I saw a stately figure on Jhe broad piazza, and something abbut rey with her family of children when thf.t supple, pliant form caused a the bolt fell. The horse ran away andj cilious, clutching sensation about ny the vehicle was overturned. Mrs V, hArt. Rasmussen was badly injured, as was Miss Satane Capel stood there, leana little girl. The mothers nose was ing against the broad balustrade. Her cut off. H. 3. Ivle, a horseman, who superb throat and arms were bare; had just lined up his sulky for the held an enormous cluster of in her hands and her gown start, had a strange experience. His wi3 of some filmy, transparent, yellow animal was dazed for several seconds, at striped stuff, a bit of which as was the driver. Both came to that moment was hidden In my about the same time, and the horse stcoat pocket. bolted at once. Still half dazed, the lever had she looked so radiant, driver held grimly to the reins and dazzling, as she came toward me, guided the horse around the track. By ding out her hand in welcome. It the time his wits fully came to him he had the brute under control. i with difficulty I could touch it The new fair grounds, the scene of tf hand of a murderess! and such a the accident, are about three miles m rderess! from town. lad she taken a dagger in that soft, After the first shock sustained by white hand and driven it home In the throng, assistance was given to the Ret, Dalrym pies heart, I could have Injured. It was found that Altus Bean, of Richfield, 19 years of age, was dead. pited and forgiven her. 1 (To be continued.) Among the most seriously Injured W.o-les- means daily waste oi time, labor and product, DE LAVAL CREAM far thtmselves. pavSend for new Two Hundred People Struck by Lightning, One Being Killed and a Score Injured. r If you have cream to separate a good Cream Separator is the most profitable investment you can possibly make. Delay $10- .- ted by Reginald Dalrymple. She is a revengeful disposition. She bided x time. 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