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t Tlir MORXl.Nti -- irai:m Presents always used, and especially in ilit- line of china arc. our beautiful lines of fancy anj diehc ia the must complete Are in the clt . An inspection will demonstrate thin. See us bcfue of any buy lug. Lexifigtun. Ky.. On 1:. Ma rie ft'i'.tJ to lower r ,r,; ,.f 2:u2 a the lirprdrli c, i, s, !i,Jav Imi. m cotwiliikiandiiii; .hat r..rg blow down lliv hum,- : evil :h- game ' (laughter of UcKtm.ev tuinut'ii the mile in 2: "24 isi. ff' Yurie w etc :he ( middle liMif tf ilii1 ini!, i ij a inmate rial and would nave priH.auiy lowered her r curd h.id i me for ilie siring wind. Really 2:1' class. tin: 'mg. ,iuM. li.iHii', three in five Van Zand: wuu i lie 'bird, four'll aui lif'li hca:- - and the iai'e In 2: Morotie won :1. lisp firs' and second heats in Pat T.. Ei Hilar-80- . 2:"V Or Fr.i-xJnn Kerry. Pat Kurd. Helen Nutts, Tomboy and W. J. Iewia also started. The Kentucky, trottwo in three The ting. value 32.(t-Abhc won two Httaighi heals and the raw in 2:1'4. Ed Custer. and Daffodil), Gov. Kid McGregor ala,, murieil. 2: !' r!na. paciup. value ft. mm, thiee in five Ill alia won three straight he::' and the rare in 2:im4k. The Dounu. Dapiine 2:1174DLeci. Bertheua Rare. Snl'l. Itattia. mid Hazel Aililree, Fred R., I), alau marled. 2:2ii class, ironing, purse $ I .(OH, three in live Rudd won 'tie second, third sud fonnh heats and the race in 2:114. 2:12'. 2:1'14- - Satrell won the first heat in' 2:22-1- . lAwieltla. Guy Axwonhy. Genteel H.. Doclur M.. Dr. Rod a In and Hurace Wilson started. Special to best 2: ('2 trotting Sweet Murio lost, 2:fi!'V h-- - c. ihree-yeai-old- . Olsen, Grocer, Slu-en- 2259 Washington Ave. - le ThtOeij Railway Whstaa fc DesMt-Trsc- ft! Mlesssif River sad CHdk Overland Limited LOUISVILLE Lsswleu Trsla lathe World and drawing - room Coaipartaent sleeping can, observation can, din and library ing cars, can, with bather, bath and Book lovers Library ; entire train electric lighted, through to Chicago without charge. Direct connection (or buflet-snoki- ng St. Paul and Minneapolis Tickiti, nssrratkan. an I fill Is onBiinn can ba oOMIacd hue C. A. Walk., Garni AomM. Chicago & North-Weste- HM Smith fy. rn , -o The The Med ii, 4-- York, Oct. 12. Results: First race, selling, one mile Winning Hand won. CloUt press teeond, Frills third. Time, 1:41. Second race, six furlongs, straight Are X'-- Reactionaries and Rsvolutioniats in Dally Conflict. George S. Daria won. Stray second, Toddles third. Time. 1:14. Third race, the Manhattan handistraight Roseben cap, six furlongs, Handxarra won. Suffrage second, third. Time, 1:121-5- . Fourth race. Dixiana slakes, one mile -- Hut Toddy won. Security second, Pater third. Time. 1:36. Fifth race, Helling, six furlongs, Ysrnslov, Russia, Oct.- 12. --Pally cnrouiiters are taking place between worknsctionary and revolutfonury - men. The revolutionists have lnrllilrd the manufacturers that they must discharge all reactionists or lake the consequences, ha- - - I INCIPIENT :e.ik. 17' ;e Sp.ing '.smb. Hxymaiket Theater vs use of Failure qiiarer, fl l,i and T Imno : 12-- fish 1.25 . :o- - , SAe young or Uiu ui i'ai .. ..lariii 11 eugiti--- - m, , m. .i .ill's tug HaleI'.uinex in P'ii.i- . si in tiie ;n. the wai,-uS sluiieil tl:,- 'op gaiie:':' was ue:.ed. the auil.cin-,- occupy mg l 111 pan ot fit- house Inn mg bnr'ii-i- l iu: I, 'i.i I QUICKLY GET O' Iliilj I: II! flieii't-1- ii ad j - aud tut' ucm Marshall Field sirnc-u.It Is said that ciose tu fl.iaiil,-i,,i- i woith of commits are tied up pen ling a settlement of :he Uitfieuliy. e. CIBALLOS SPEAKS. WELL - Denies thiatu: mhi u 1 wa kiu'uii ,i !a,l bri'hi'i, o.it. .,iei niciiiir.i: d.wn itie g.T:'.i'i :'nuh:,'i-ithe .imi'.cure the losr. p.,t-- t u! the ii fl ly Having rants for tin- Cuban Bought Wai 5 and 10 Cants. New York. On. 12. Im The first in it stuce the auuouucv liieni of the luiimvx. .1 null M. t'iballos. senior mem-l- r ! 111 ile.ii , r. ttlul i; was wr!i tin- great.:-- ! l I lift: S pit'iii.s prcvelile.l. how The ire was quickly pul .111 Woiko.l tvi-- i ill i ui I'...- llppil'UIUs psupelly. aud I lie pis' it as col., tuned. 1 f the firm uf J. dillii-iil- Co . Iii'iiku In rthellu ft Ilia llemv regarding rofeivneu to Stlviera, be MEN'S M -- said : "All lie was in the world. I made Inin. 1 triwted Mm aud he lias beFULL PARTY TICKETS tray nl my cuulidcurc." Air. l iheUi'S denied the stories Filed by Republicans. Democrats. Protha: Uls Him bad houebi. hibitionists and Socialists. fur I .aitus in the last. Cuban war 12 As tin- siaie tor fioni 5 10 )( ceuts 011 ilie dollar, li-- l New lie sain a Mist he had slue Hull law teqllirex ;.ul al from Rilvtera he had paid hit. 65 aud before liiiiii'.imiil'iis muw' lie fl'e-bn cents on the (i.iilar for. October 1'.'. tin- office of M Ci was kept oien gavs as his optniou that of Stivii-rwas in Yeucxnelu or on bis The Jietiiiwi.itn-uir.il niidnighi i wav to that country. The first Republican. Pniliihiil.iu and of the trouble whim led to an ia ties filed fitll Priy tickits. Tin i:vi tieuu nominal ui, a investigation an I the consequent asuiutuly of ineinbeis signment of J. Jl. Cl hell. is ft 03. curoe body comprised tl'.eu through a letter which Siivieia wrote In- - New York t'bv bar, al.--o H the 10 ills friends in the Cuban capital, this tieing a list of candidal according to liifunnation glvcu out supi eiiie curt justii'exhip. first depart incut, suirogan. city jn.lge here today. and judge of the cun of general sen Mi x. INDIAN ROLLS STOLEN. The Independence league, the Socialist I also party, the ikwial Detno-i-ial- s Martin and Dunlaavy Indicted an and ot'iier iiuli'iiemtcnt jiolitteal Charga of Stealiag Indian Rolls. iMganixiiti.iiis. which iminluate by petition. hate tin II uext Wednexiluy, Muskogee. I. T.. Oct. 12. YY. T. OctolM-17. to file lints if nominees. Martin. Jr., a former employe of the Dawes commission, and M. F. a promineut real mute man. FREIGHT CHARGES. were indicted, by tiie federal grand with the theft over California Citrus Crop 130,000.000. jury here, a year ago of Hie Creek Indian nilla. d of This la Paid for They were arrested and released on Freight Charges. Ismda of erh. The maximum penalty is a flue of I.OX Angeles. Oel. 12. Acc.inling In S2.rt(Mi. or ImpHaoumcnt for three approximate figures given oul by lit" years at hard labor. null exchange today, the anxpoi'ia-lioThe mils were atolen from the govminpanies of the state recriu-The present law, bf id of the Idii.wkMMNi valuation ernment offices. (me-of lids v ear's California citrus fruit which was Introduced by Keprencnta-tlvof Missouri at the lam j cnqi as f eight charges. Twenty eight sessionMurphy of congress, makes it a felI iliouMunri cars of citrus fruit have been shipped out of ihe stats up tu ony to have in any oue'a possession a dale, and for all hut a few of these copy of the Indian roll. was paid for freight and Icing. WISHED TO BE ARRESTED. This makes a total of about Itd.nbu.-tim- t fur the eniuniou carrleis. Of the Presents Himself to Officer and Aaka f2ti.iHiu.iHio paid 10 tho orange alilp-ieto Bs Locked Up. only 17,600,01111 went to the growers. Two ami a half millions wcer Washington. Oct. 12- .- Rev. James j paid fur labui and material. E. Hlayton, Jr.. preentcd himself to the assistant secretary of the navy THREATENED LOCKOUT. today and asked that he bf arrested On Account of Numerous Sympathetic for deserting the navy five years ago. Hlayton said tha! bla euiivcrslan to Strikes. religion anil service aa a minister of the gospel caused him to ace the of Chlcugo. Oil. 12., A wrong he had dime in leaving the serbuilding trade employes is threatvice and he requested that hu In: ened as tbi! result of numerous s' rlkes on various buildings tried for Ihe crime. Mr. Newberry now being erected In the downtown referred Hlayton to the navy yard officials. dlstriri. At the navy yard (be contmandaul At a conference today between CATARRH, DYSPEPSIA, KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH DISEASES. ii Yu-k- -- . VARICOCELE ALL SKIN inin-hasc- ia;-'- 11' DISEASES, NERVOUS AND BLOOD TROUBLES. war-tan- ts Id to 15c each. DISEASES. . hunches for ,5c. potatoes. 5c pt'r lb. 3 ii rsliforuia grspes. Peppers, four fur V. Egg plant, 10c each. ('tali cantaloupes. 5c aud lac cadi. Alberta peaches, fl.25 per bushel. Side veal, U4c: leg teal. 12'ic; 12laC WELL g Mu :: ' iirru-- huudredwi Spinach. Rutter is ::5 'enis a pounil. frnn berries. 2 quarts fur 25c. Bartlett pt'srs. 4c per lit. feerr, Sweet rui-'.i-- . IOC lb cent each. aud At prebrnt the p.ico uf hay On grain lb not excessively high. the market hub bteii plared the m-ci ops. which have always a tendency to lower summer prices. The crop of wheat, oats aud hay were much damaud shjii'.il a aged tu the hard winter set in the price in each instance will soar to a record he. pl.t. - expected o Hay especially 5c GET I . Cocoaiiius, m Danger Be- of Fire Plugs. i i.ialoe. . l.t-- ui.iuu representatives and several no solution of me diitcul: ies ' vias liu-uir- ; 2e f vii'.iduwer. FIRE. ' Ciii.-afto- roast, 't:i,J b.eak, fiiuvU s:.ak. l"c R.b b.iiling beef. 1 vii eherries, lsmfi. V leached, and at the dose the actors isut"i an niiiiuainui which was in ellect: Ret u. 11 to work or . il.-12 Fa: hi up ,,f tire forever." iai 111 The strikea arc sail to have been IK'nl' 'llih Pir l.wlllt'llltIl of li e Hay-- i reused by rivalry between the steam causing the t wiii'.t-thaUiium'I here lonuiit ft'ciV and plumbers' unions as to iiaiboisis tillcu to it ut- - wl'iih trade shall install pneumatic ; I r :: inort .' i cai;c-Among the st ructnr. s affist-e.- i a sum.: 1: . in the tup ga.ii-r- i uf il-.tie the new count v court house, Nan-ma- l Coumu-nlal i butld-itin'.ie . the i'h hoys ui pace. x.i, fore.;-li.11,- 1,4c. Put lanch butter u tailed have advanced i : . no: er. :o an inhiu'lvv advance, hiAi till price the supply - inadequate to meei tin- demand. Time ia no scarcity id in i :k ur an--cows in tiie country, but laniu-iliat busy with their fall crops they have mi the time to ruu tin churn. After October the pi ice win decline under a greaiei supply have appeared. They are the Aral of the fall and w liner With tair i he market. uu fruits sue aud quality they sell far lu aud 15 scarce 1'- Sirh-.i- R So tbiii C per lb. E.iKii-r- hsm plain. ! Breakfast bacon, lu ,0 25c. PAii-ug- r, 124c. Dry salt batsn, 15 Pickled pork. 124-2 c. loin veal, 12'c; hind quartev, fhopiieil suet, l2ljC 14e lb. loin. Beef Pork raiikage. J241' buckLard, 10-- b. bucket. (1.35; Hamburger, 2lV et. 45c. The price in each itisMiu-i- lx by the soles Halibut, 15c: flounders, i:Dr; pound. smeltes sell fur lac lb.; striped baas, fir lu Timothy hay, 1oom. 15c. lmled 75c a tr.milivri: per ton; do Ranch eggs, rents iter dx. alfalfa bales, tioe a li'.iiiiii-i-dalfalfa Eastern cheese. 25c lb. liny, loose, fy to 111 l"-- inn. 25c. Sage cheese. Wheat. g.4u per ewi. Beet sugar, 15.75 sack; 15 lbs., for lam. l.4it. 1.00. Whole corn, ft. 4 A. San sugar. 15.95 back. Cracked corn, fl.bb. Hooper cheese. l'Vfcc lb. Bran and shorts, fl 15 to el. in ix-Swiss rlieeae, 25c lb. hundred. 60c. Slinriri ulone. 1.3u Oranges, from 25c to hundred. Bananas, 3oc doaen. Cracked barley, 2. hundred25 tier High patent flour, weight; straight grade. 2.10. WILL RESIST. Vnlun oats. 30c package. Ranch butter, 30c. This la ths Attitude of the Colonial Lemons, per dot. 35c to 4oc. Cabinet at St. Johns. foal oil, 25c gallon; u gallons, $1.20. St. Johns. X. F., Oil. U. The coFinnan haddlea, 17Vac lb. lux' lonial cabinet, at Its meeting fraba, 25c and 3oc; lobsters, 20c night, decided. It la utiderstiMid. to pound. 10 the fullest extin! the enforceCanned corn, lhr, 12tc. 15c, 2 be. ment. of the modus viienill arrived at fnnned tumstoes, 2 for 25c. hv the British and American goverFop corn, 3 lbs. fur 25c. nment. The Telegraph, the premier'll lb. ftnh watennelona, published an exhaustive article organ, Sliort loin beef, 15c lb. in mhich it lu said Hist the today Beef riba, sets 10 to 124c lb. modus vlveudl la objectionable In,Ril rrtast. 124c. cense It attempts to grant to th Veal breaata. loc. Americana rights additional tu those Yenl steak of leg, 20c. conferred by the treaty uf ISIS: beVeul chojia, 15c. cause it attempts to surrender the colour 'a right to legislature for the Payette cantaloupes. 10c each. Beets, 8 bunches for !c. preservation of the herring fishery; VUh turnips. 3 bunches for 5c. because it attempts in violate the bull act. The article predicts that the Itah cucumbers. 3 for 5r. Rump roasts, 8r. to 124o. Downing street authorities will he Pickled pigs' feet, 3 lbs. for 2ic unable la enforce the mMlus vireudl, Pickled lambs' tongue, 40c dox. which has against it the law of the Alhole mutton, 104c lb. land, the wishes of the government ' I join mutton chops, 174c lb. nd the sentiment of the colony. 1 -- tiin-jtli- r re-xl-st lsr ARMS Cured nu bam lwlh-- Slii-i-- - BELMONT PARK RESULTS CIVIL WAR IN RUSSIA. 1 cuTolil'.II MuKNlXC, lmit'.o:1 F.i.vquaitcr : 1 RESULTS Ijouisvllle, Oct. 12. Results: First race, selling, one mile 1 July Ethel won. Suxanne Rocami.ra second. Intense third. Time, 1:42. Second rare, selling, live and a half won, furlongs Lightning Conductor Tom Dolan second, Caper third. Time, 1:07. Third race, seven furlongs Hector won, Envoy second, Pontotoc third. Time, 1:20 Fourth race. Tree steeplechase, hancourse Lady Jocelyn dicap. short won. Crenlln second, Rejeciable third. Time, 2:55 Fifth race, sis furlongs, selling won. Topsy Robinson second, bliss Ijeeds third. Time, 1:14. Sixth rare, selling, one won. Ben Shaw second, Sanction third. Time, 1:413-6- . (Us Most, iii'.tfo:'. 1., CCDEN MARKETS !. vegetables, staple end fancy groceries j H.i-- r LEXINGTON RACES E. A. ): SMTKIiAY UTAH, OGIU-'X- , T:iii 1:!3 Ijgrv Vei Sixili idee f'i'.iiig. tine mile second. Pui.ique sou. lttsi-iu-iLiri. Tune. I:;:s4 5. Wedding Fresh fruits an EXAMINER: - tr e. 11 te stay cured. You have cur Positive Guarantee Drs. Elliott & Norris 25 years", SPECIALISTS 2361 Washington Ave. Dun-leav- Office Hour 10 a. m. to T p. vn. free Treatment by Appointment. Consultation One-thir- 1 Drs. Elliott & Norris e r, , 50.-0(- il c OF THE LAW told Hlayton he (.mild not ba held because of the statute of limitation. Hlayton left the navy yard with Brig. Little of the Salvation Army, and together they conducted a nieethi Ron ihe street tonight, when Slayton told the crowd of liia misfortunes. Slayton was arrested at Myeradale, Pa., by a detective, but escaped from the officer and cauia to Washington to surrender hlmelf. Ha explained to the officers at the navy department (hat he is a regularly ordained minister of the Evangelical asMicialiou and lias charge at Myeradale.' It la charged by Hlayton that a foman in Cleveland, wha la Jealous of him and wan angry because of hia nxent marriage to another woman, canned tho detectives to pursue him. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. HyFranK. H. Sbueet A Story of Palm Beacli In Which a Copper King, a Fish- .. ing Trip and a Hunt For a Defaulter Figure .. again upon the tree trunk. "I knew little of the art two weeks ago. Wince IIKN the dally iniitaru-It- r then I liuve fished quite a good deal. out rounded ,M,n ,rln Tlernmn's gaxe left him and wanA from the . palmettos, dered out arrosa the water. He wanted slowed across the tu be amused. Presently he sat down bridge anil came to a upon the trunk and made some iom-mrHbout the flsliing. The young smooth, almost auave, answered shortly and with a of tha inan atop at rovert aide glance of Inquiry. But a Royal Polnrlana, the few moments later, as though tha lsusl pftiiplp wiui- in attendance. An had been reassuring, he openIn lli cocoanul grove swell-e- J scrutiny ed a basket at his side and took oul alluring strsina of welcome; it an extra line. This he gave to Tier-ma- n from tlis iloekx tame the occgatonal and showed him how to make a (leak Ing of yacht sails; on the lNIn- - good cast. . At the Western Tnlon office of the i" hu lie pin t f orm. In the grove, machine which vlnng the path, were scarlet costs Pofncluna. the little In close touch with the guests kept end g.iuz.v, suiniio'i-likand dresses fPnpy right. 1W, by Frank II. Hwsrt.l V nt the-en- ivlii-mr- snlf and cameras. sili-k- Tan 1'riiiitc cai-- s train, but px r.ua i nsual glance, they r the sciirlrl iuihih and gauay dresses dul imi notice liieni., MultlinMIlonutres -- i.l fun nine H itrug st Palm Beach anil (Mild to- - JuMleil iinynhi'l-n- , b- tl.e giiois In shrugged ll.ric tio!iipi-- ,ull tui-neaway. Golf I11 'j'-Hie ascendant at Ibilm Beach, cnp seciuul; wealth waa ciiiini,i, accessory. I'h'i it whs Hin: Hie rnllrnjirl niag-a.u- c uf a dnxn mlllluns am k iig cf flux- - times as many walked " 'be cars wiih only IJie liuxxlng. tin luvliig of bell boya and "r-- l 11 P"- - "i Ilex t morning the popper ig. wlu, had legisternl as Henry nniile a elronper "nn:i'i, fur lo,al rci uRiilliuii. lie" went ti-- tlis own line hml been thrown nver-f- soun after leaving the dock, but a nit, hie came aa an encourspe-r.-i- ! for him to tired, sir?" the boatman t-- Rstl er." Tiamiiui emifessei.. yawa-- I don't 'believe l'in much of a afler r,n." " "T lint's use you ain't in 's ea- limi-lice- , Ti'iuaii assented by a nod. and the run alongside the Pitta Island ' " k. Tierinan steiqied out. lighted a and sauntered away into one of t te sliadnny paths. Naif an hour later Jir toy lid .hlwieolf .i a which wa almost con-- " from Hie paih and wholly from t wafer. He passed around this and - 'A' f 'n t" the dlint-' i" srnied njw.n the trunk of a "1 ruhter tree, fishing. His hat drawn fur down over his ' ' 's though to slilcld them from the hot no sunlight could penetrate t' Hie density of the overhanging f ths ,iiind of approaching ( lie started and " s said. i morning." '-l responded. morning." T'-i.- ic in kill time, like the rest of at r-- i'-- I i. . tui-ne- ; n-- a- Tli-rma- - Xu. bar-Jl- tUii.' real tig himself I "OH:" HE RAID. "GOOD MORNING." "Yery likely. Did he bring had prlvale secretary, hia servant, anybody of hia party. If not able to do news?" Well. yes. In a money way." dryly. Iliat, taka tha nteasage up the lake "The difference lMiweii fifty tliousund yourself." But that was not necessary, for aa and ten times I Imi ainouiil. You-sethe boy left the offloe he saw Tier-ma- It was this way. A man who was Inlysecretary entering tha rotunda ing mining properly fur me dlsapiiesred from outside. r In leas than ten min- with what we thought about fifty thouutes the secretary waa hastening up sand. That was nearly a month ago. the lake at tha maximum speed of tha Of course we look Ihe usual precautions fastest launch which could be pro- against hts leaving Hie country. This cured. telegram stales llmt recent InvestigaHe found the copper king on the tree tion lias lifted me amount to half a trunk, his fare eager. Ills tone jovial. million." On the ground lay four large fish, and All, that wiix ipiiia a haul. And the he had caught two of them. Hut at fellow- escaped?" Ho fur, but he'll lie caught all liglil." sight of hts secretary and the yellow ilon't flint It rasy lu carelessly, envelope hts face clouded. Couldn't you watt till I got hark?" he exclaimed testily. Don't you know that an fnlerruptlon now means bad luck? I'll not catch another fish. But. Mr. Tlerman." stammered the secretary, "the the message is very Important. Just aa soon as I read it I started after you." "Tush! .They are all Important, or so the senders think. I11 this case you would have pleased me better by not finding me. These fish are important. Why. man. they are the only ones Ive caught In forty years. Here, give me the telegram!" He read it with n gathering frown, then thrust It Impatiently into his pucket. Wire Fu tinders to1 have' extra vigilance at all the isn-- t towns and along the Canadian front ler. ho grumbled. "Offer twenty thousand fifty thousand for the fellow's apprehension. Bui. of course. Maunders understands and has done everything, that could be done. There was nor use bothering me. Yea, that la all, as the secretary turned, and then iwuxed Inquiringly. "You may go now. I will not lie down for several hours. I want to catch another fish." He colled hia line aa the young man hsd shown him and threw It with all his strength. But Iba cast was pour, and lie drew In and coiled and cast the line once more. Then he resumed his place on the log. The young man was bending over, watihlng hit line. Apparently he had not noticed the secretary's presence or his companion's Impatience. Five minutes passed, then he drew in hia line and another huge fish. Tlerman watched him gloomily. Another flvo. minutes, and he, too; began to draw In his tins, but It was to wind it for departure. "I'm going to quit." he declared. Lui k's turned, and I might flsli on all day now- without a bite." The young rdan rose. "It's too bad." lie said, but yrtu've mad a good catch anyway. These fish will lie worth showing at the hotel. face brightened. That's 10," he agreed. 'Til send the them. Hut If It hadn't boatman to been for that fellow I might have the outlde world was clicking slung industriously, and the boy who delivered the messages as they ran off was fa'xhd not to fall Hccaslnnidly an owner could not he found, and the II would b Sira envelopes brought back and placed upon tbr desk, there to wait another attempt at delivery later. Two hours after the copper king left the hotel one of these was brought back with "Tlerman not tu be found; gone tu the Inlet fishing." The operator did not look up. but with on hunil he motioned the envelope from the undelivered pile. "Heemed to he Important." he said: "mutt lx delivered at unie. Go find his caught another." - Tin-man'- s gt it's onlya matter of time. Put about put the Mona under my charge for lira the fishing." abruptly. "We must have weeks, and Fit engage to find your man. I didn't I'm positive I can do It. And I won't some mom of II together. know that 1 was a fisherman, but It ask for a penny of roiiipensatton unless seems I am. Now see here, I liad iny I do. Isn't that ftflr?" "I suppose so." (ilscinitenledly, "but steam yacht come down abend of me. It's at Mluml now. Huppose 1 wire tbn my private yacht! Let me ldrr a tug captain to run up and take us off for for you, or anything?" Nothing but the Mona wllj do," posia few days. Will you go?" Tnless 1 ran have her 1 will An odd look flushed Into the young tively. Hum's eyes, and he turned awuy for a drop (he Job. Hut think of the half million, man, or well nay four hundred moment and fifty thousand, with the fifty out. "The Mona?" lie asked. And I will need the Mona for only two "Yes. Yon have lies 11 of Iter?" Of course. nud the newapasrs. weeks." Hut still Tlerman hesitated. You ait- - Mr. sometimes callIt Isn't so much ths ninnsy." he obed the king of Michigan. And 1 have read something about lie- man jected. "as It is the fishing. I've planyou are looking for and formed an ned a lol of flsliing since I caught- those . Th-rim- You nplnh.n as In Ids whereabouts. ee." npologetlcHlIy. we detectives nre slwuys mi the watili for such things and read them up even when we exxvl to encage In them peis.mally. l I re me here for qiilei. hut the Instinct is easily aroused. Alt. you nre teudy lu go. 1 will walk slung with you " up foist ihe cottage and They To on through the semilinph si groii-iInwl was the ds k w here wailing. The young man wa'ked wi:h a iiih k. spring, ng step, the dreaming A! his eves gnuc sent sis, as Hu- honlmali had Las-back af'er tin fish, lie placed ,1 upon hi- - companion 's scin. "lank h ". Mr. Tiern.an " I." said, wi'h an odd. suh'.le chn'leng, m hi l Hie ul her did liot voice w III. ciiile until afieiwmd. "I waul In go Inin this tiling." "What, the fisl.lng"" "Xo. the finding "f your mail. I have a theory which I think will luii g Id. to light, and I don't believe liiet any will. Fifty of your other ai'angiim-ntthousand. I think you said. Is II111I lines of Mm or hie apprehension'" "Elllier positive news. Iiix or a r emery of the booty." "I see." II'- look pencil and paper from his pm kei us though to make notes, then went up. "Fr"iri what I read In Ihe fva .p! " you did not ine- -t this man yourself" "No. I wax in Europe and cabled for Fac.nders I" engage liiin. I bad heard. hough. tha he wax a mining expert." Ho." apparently Jotting the fact Now about the Mnna: she is down. a moim-M'nolle, and ready to siart at Is worthy 1 siippos of conrre. Fh was only built last cnpiain has outers to be year and lend)- to start within fif'een minutes sfu r r" piling r a telegram I haven't ' yet. but the lieen out in lu-of a voy- capti'l.i says slo- j Hut what has age round th Hint to dll with tl.e fellow- B'iswlcke?" "Kvei ythliig. I want Hie Mona's help Ii's a to find him. nil. I .i.iic-i- t i m." at the rather look on the other's fan-- "bui it's the You only one that fits into ny pmnr. Ill-Il- l 11 -- al-ll- a-- r nppre-henni- TirMAi WAIT T' TILL GOT 1 K 1 do surh things novis-lay- and g-- t off. thousand is s goid hid for vigilance. and, beHde,. ive have some of Ihe best detective- - on Ihe lookout. Every avenue from the country Is Fifty guarded." Perhaps he guards." "No, we got a el Orleans oniy two on engaged out ahead of the sUi-pe- of him at New He had a sailing vixd for w-ek- s ago. Ameririi. bill grw make Ills npistininre. did Hhrewd of him. too." "for we had a detective on board waiting for him. No. no: we'll have Idm nil right ; he's in hidiuK somewhere, and Mouth and nt chur-klliig- . s m-- - br my-o-l- i - , find lilm. and wire you. Almost before you realised the fact the mystery ef Bnstwli-ke'whereabouts would ba a thing of the peat." Oh. you can have the yacht, at . course." yielded Tlerman rdurtantly. but I'm willing to admit. candidly "that juat now I would rather catch 3 few more big fish than even Boalwlck But here comes the boatman. I wl4 give yon a note to tha captain of (t:f M.ma. and you can go down to Mland on the evening train." No. a' better plan will he for you to wire for hlin to steam thia way at once." wild His young man hastily. I, have a little buelnesa to attend to and will then lake a launch and meet him down opposite Lantana or Boynton. Have you a good description of Ihla tnan Hootwlcke? Though, of course." with affected Indifference. "I have a general Idea from readlpg ths papers." Then you know as much as I da; But why tint run down to Miami? It ) wouldn't delay you any. I think, and the police there could give you lnfor- motion 'and very likely show you a picture of the fellow." Rut the young insii laughed. "I'd milter not. tliank you, he said. "Too many fingers in the broth, you know, rrrhaiis It's professional Jealousy. hut I'd rather go through this tiling alone. Well, wire just as soon as you can. I'll be really to start in a few hours." The copier king el spied on board, nnd the boatman raised tuul swung Ms sail Into tlis wind, then, as they bore aw. i.v from th dock: "Ob, say. J foryour nume. What shall I got to wire?" 11 "C?Ori.DX'T and I could make the run in a few days, "I FORGfiT TO two hsrk there." AMR YOl'R NAME" Then his furs clearfew days In "Fuppose we l.axc befoi-you go" le proposed: "then you may have the Molls and well nine. We can go out again afler you get hack." "And have Rosiwt'-esiape us while we are out?" naked the young man. No, no, Mr. Tlerman: the fishing must wait. My theory is this. Bostwh-ke'hope Is one of the South American ports, probably Paiainarlbo. There he could be in close touch with the Interior, where he probably has friends and where ran lie found h sthrinp futurr for a man of enterprise and rapftal null where there would lie lit tie danger from extradition papers. The Mona is SA'ift. ed. br s Alsou Mr. Alsou." the young man . called a (Toss ihe widening space, "and wire ih captain Ihc.l I'll hear straight down Hie coast. You'll hear flout 1110 Inside two weeks." Ho was better limn Ills word. Only eight days hs passed whstt Tirnnau received the expected message. Though it brought ths information promised, Ih copper king's face clouded us his eyes rati over ths lines, and when ha finished he muttered discontentedly: "Too bad! T'si had! Well not go fishing together after all." The message read: Tit man le her and N willing to give up Ids booty. Indeed, he la vr y glad of lli fhsiin. Two weeks I sol a lull wim himself brought some vry pertinent tboiiglile. However, he felt that he must escape and llist be rniild not live In exile 0 In without the means of iihslsienc turned detective nnd went In search of li.meeir. Of course h brought Ih re- -, wsrd along. The othf r four hundred and fiflv thousand will lie found In a tin box two feet underground at Ihe northeast corner of the Seminole hui on VIM'S til.md. The Mona left lire yesterday. u:id 1 strike into the Interior this afternoon. Your well wisher. ALROX ROaTWRKB. fa rains ribo. March Y. 1W. I. (1 am sorry about the Oxiuaf. 1 . 4N . . a A 4 C W-" "