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TIE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE
cirrrvtHt tut av adaAivro T
Miss Itinofl, spinster mid Biinnllnn of
Oortruuo nnd Hiilscy, cstnlillHhcd Hiimiiirr
tioaihiuurtciB nt .Suiitiyslilc. Tim Hcrvuiitfl
deicrl. (lurtruiln anil Ilnlney ntrlvo with
Jack Hiillcy. Thu liotiso wuh awakened liy
a revolver Bhot anil Arnolil Armstroiii;
woh round Hhnt to dentil In tlio hull. Mla
InncH found Ilnl.ioy'u nivnlvcr on tno
lawn. IIo und Jad llulloy Imd dlnup
poured, (lertrinle rovrult'il llmt mm wiw
enBK1 to Jnck all6y. Willi whom huo
talked In Uio lillllurd room whortly before
tlio murder. Detcc.tlvo Juinle.ion accused
MIsb Iiiiioh of holitliiK l":l evidence.. Ho
jmprlitaticd mi Intruder In tin empty room.
Tho priHoncr caenped. (lertrudo wuh hub
pooled liciiiiUHO of (in Injured foot. Iliil
soy renppi'iiro (ind anys he nnd niilicy
Were railed uwuy ly u telcKiuiii. Cuali or
Bnltoy of I'inil AnnstronK'n bank, de
funct, wna nrrcHtcd for embezzlement.
Illl Ai-.iiulrntn.'u lliwltll U'llH lltlUIIUIll'eil.
SliilHey'H llitiicei-. Loiilm AriiiHtroiiK. told
lulHoy (hut whllo hIio mill loved lilm, jdio
ivua lo marry niiollii-r. It developed thut
Dr. Walker wnn Hip num. I.oiiIho wuh
tounil nl tho linttom of the fitjiuliir Btnlr
conn. Hecoverlnt; (oiihcIoiikiichh, Hlin anlil
aoiurtliliig Imd liriiHhed by her on tho
unilrivuv mill iilie diluted. Hill cy Irt Hllrt-
PCCII'U (11 AHIIRirnilRH llllllin-i. mi
'Ui.i.lnf II plifilil ." 'I'lllllllllH. tllO lOlllIPkPPP-
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cr, wuh found dead with u Hllp In lis
pocket benrlmj tho nnine of "Mielen iil
luce." Dr. Walker iiHked MHs Iiiiioh to
vneuto In fnviir of Mrs. Armstrong, "ho
rpriiHcd. A nolo from llalley lo (lerlrmln
nrriiiislnB ft meeting nt nlsht wuh found.
CHAPTEJ1 XXI Continued.
"arossmutlor," ho said. And I saw
Mr. Jamlcson's eyebrows go up.
"Gernmn," ho commented. "Well,
young nuin, you don't seem to know
much about yourself."
Tvo tried It all tho week," Mrs.
Tftto hroko In. "The boys knows a
word or two of German, but ho doesn't
know whoro ho lived, or anything
Mr. JamlcBon wroto something on a
card and gavo It lo her.
"Mro. Tato," ho said, "I want you
to do something. Hero is somo money
for tho tolophono call. Tho Instant
tho boy's mother appears here, call up
that number and aBk for tho person
whoso nainu la tlioro. You can run
across to Uio drug store on an errand
and do It quietly. Just say, 'The lady
"Tho lady hns como,' " repeated
Mrs. Tato. "Very well, sir, and I hopo
it will bo soon. Tho milk bill alono
Is almost douhlo what it was."
"How much is tho child's board?" I
"Thrco dollnrs n week, including hlB
"Very well," I said. "Now, Mrs.
Tate, I am going to pay last week's
board and a week In advance. If tho
mother comes sho is to know nothing
of this visit absolutely not a word,
and, In return for your silenco, you
may uco this monoy for something
for your own children."
Ilor tired, fnded faco lighted up, and
I saw her glanco at tho llttlo Tates
email feet. Shoos, I divined the feet
of tho genteel poor being almost as ox
liensivo as their stoumchs.
As wo went back Mr. Jamleson
nindo ouly ono remark; I think he
wns laboring under tho weight of a
"Is King's a children's outfitting
place?" ho asked.
"Not especially. It Is a gonernl de
IIo wns silent after that, but ho
wont to tho telephone as soon as wo
got home, and called up King & Co. In
Aftor a tlmo ho got tho general
ronnagcr, and they talked for somo
time. When Mr. Jamleson hung up
tho receiver ho turned to mo.
"Tho plot thickons." ho said with
his ready ntnlle. "There nro four
WDinon namod Wallace at King's, nouo
of thorn married, and nono over 20. 1
think I shall go up to tho city tonight.
I want to go to the Children's hospital.
But before I go, Miss Innes, I wish you
would bo moro frank with mo than
you havo boon yet. I want you to
Bhow mo tho revolver you picked up
In tho tulip bed."
So ho had known nil along!
"It was a rovolvor.'Mr. .lamlesou," I
admitted, cornered at Inst, "but I can
not show It to you. It is not In my
A Ladder Out of Place.
At dinner Mr. Jnmleson suggested
Rending a man out lu his placo for a
couplo of days, but Halsoy was cer
tain thcro would be nothing moro,
and folt thnt ho and Alex could man
ngo tho nltuatlon. Tho detective went
back to town early In tho evening, and
by ulno o'clock Halsey, who had been
playing golf as a man does anything
to tnko Ills mind away from trouble
was sleeping soundly on tho big leath
er davenport in tho living room.
I sat and knitted, pretending not to
notice when Gertrudo got up and wan
dered out Into tho starlight. As soon
ns I was satisfied that sho had gono,
liowcver, I went out cautiously. 1 had
no Intention of eaves-dropping, but I
wanted to bo certain that it was Jack
llalley sho whb meeting. Too ninny
things had occurred In which Ger
trudo was, or appeared to ho, involved,
to allow anything to bo loft in ques
tion. 1 wont slowly across tho lawn, sklr
ed tho hedgo to a break not far from
tho lodge, and found myself on tho
opon road. I'orhaps 100 foot to tho
loft tho path led across the valley to
thu Country club, and only a llttlo
way off was tho foot-brldgo over Cas
anova creek. I3ut Just us I was about
to turn down tho path I heard stops
coming toward mo, and I shrank into
tho bushes. It wns Gertrude, going
back quickly toward tho house.
1 was surprised. I waited until sho
had had tlmo to got almost to tho
hotiso before I Btnrted. And then I
Btcppcd back ngaln Into tho shadows.
Tho reason why Gertrudo had not
kept her tryst wns evident. Leaning
on tho parnpet of the bridge in the
moonlight, and Bmoklng a pipe, was
Alex, tho gardener. I could havo
throttled Llddy for her carelessness
in rending tho torn note where ho
could hour. And I could cheerfully
have choked Alex to death for his
Hut thcro wan no holp for It; I
turned and followed Gertrudo slowly
back to tho house.
The frequent Invasions of tho house
had effectually prevented any relaxa
tion after dusk. Wo had redoubled our
vigilance as to bolts and window-
locks, but, as Mr. Jamleson had sug
gested, we allowed tho door at tho
oast entry to remain as before, locked
by the Yale lock only. To provide only
ono possible entrance for the Invader,
and to keep a constant guard In tho
dark at tho foot of tho circular stair
case, seemed to bo tlio only method.
In tho ubsonco of tho detective,
Alex nnd Halsey arranged to ehnngo
off, Halsey to be on duty from ten to
two, nnd Alox from two until six.
Each man was armed, and, as an ad
ditional precaution, tho one off duty
slopt in a room near tho head of tho
circular stalrcaso and kopt his door
open, to bo ready for emergency.
These arrangements were carefully
kept from the servants, who were only
commencing to sleep nt night, and
who rotlred, ono nnd all, with barred
doors and lamps that burned full until
Tho house wns quiet ngaln Wednes
day night. It waB almost a week since
Louise had encountered somo ono on
tho stairs, and It was four days sinco
tho discovery of tho holo in tho trunk
room wall. Arnold Armstrong nnd
his father rested sido by side in the
Casanova churchyard, and at the Zlon
African church, on tho hill, a now
mound mnrked the Inst resting-place
of poor Thomas.
Ioulse was with her mother In
town, and, beyond a pollto note of
thanks to me, wc had heard nothing
from her. Dr. Walker had taken up
his practlco ngaln, nnd we saw him
now and then flying along the road,
always at top speed. Tho murder of
Arnold Armstrong was still unavenged,
and I remained Arm In tho position I
had taken to stay at Sunnyslde until
tho thing was at least partly cleared.
And yet, for all Its quiet, It was on
Wednesday night that perhaps tho
boldest attempt was mado to enter
tho house. On Thursday afternoon
the laundress sent word she would
liko to speak to me, and I saw her In
my private sitting room, a small room
beyond the dressing room.
Mary Anne was embarrassed. Sho
had rolled down her sleeves and tried
a white apron around her waist, and
sho stood making folds In It with lin
gers that were red and shiny fiom her
"Well, Mary," I said encouragingly,
"what's the matter? Don't dare to
toll me tho soap Is nut.
"No, ma'am, Miss Innes." She had
a nervous habit of looking llrst at my
ono eyo nnd then at tho other, her
own optics shifting censelessly, right
eye, left eye, right eye, until I found
myself doing the same thing. "No,
ma'am. I was askln' did you want the
ladder left up the clothes chute?"
"Tho what?" I screeched, and was
sorry tno next minute, aeelng nor
suspicions were verified, Mary Anno
had gono white, and stood with her
cyoB shifting moro wildly than ever.
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"There's a ladder up tho clotheB
chuto, Mian Innes," she said. "It's
up that tight I can't move It, nnd I
didn't lllto to ask for help until I spoke
It was useless to dlssomblo; Mary
Anne know now as well as I did that
tho ladder had no business to be
there. I did tho best I could, how
over. I put her on tln defensive at
"Then you didn't lock tlio lauudry
"I locked it tight, and put tho key
in the kitchen on Its nail."
"Very well, then you forgot a win
dow." Mary Anno hesitated.
"Ycs'm," Bhe said at last. "I thought
I locked them all, but thcro was one
open this morning."
I went out of tho room and down
tho hall, followed by Mary Anne. Tho
door into the clothes chuto was se
curely bolted, and when I opened it
I saw the evidence of the woman's
story. A pruning ladder hnd boon
brought from where It had lain
against the stahlo and now stood up
right in tho clothes shaft, Its end rest
ing ngalnst the wnll between the llrst
and second lloors.
I turned to Mary.
"This Is duo to your carelessness,"
I said. "If wo had all been murdered
lu our beds It would huve been your
fault." Sho shivered. "Now, not a
word of this through tho house, and
send Alex to me."
The effect on Alex wns to make him
apoplectic with rage, and with it all I
fancied there was un element of satis
faction. As I look buck, so many
things are plain to mo that I wonder
I could not nee at tho time. It Is all
known now, and yet tho whole thing
was so remnrkuble that perhaps my
stupidity was excusable.
Alex leaned down tlio chuto and ex
amined the ladder cnrofully.
"It Is caught," ho said with a grim
smile. "The fools, to havo loft a
warning liko that! Tho only trouble
Is, Miss Innes, they won't be apt to
como back for a while."
"I shouldn't regard that in the light
of a calamity," I replied.
Until late that evening Halsey nnd
Alox worked at tho chuto. They
forced down tho ladder nt last, and
put a new holt on tho door. As for
myself, I sat and wondered if I had
a deadly enemy, Intent on my destruc
tion. I was growing more and moro nerv
ous. Llddy had given up all pretense
at bravery, and slept regularly In my
dressing room on tho couch, with a
prayer-book and a game knife from
the kitchen under her pillow, thus pre
paring for both tho natural and the
supernatural. That was tho way
things stood that Thursday night,
when I myself took a hand In the
While the Stables Burned.
About nine o'clock that night Llddy
camo into thu living room and re-
ported that ono of the housemaids de
clared she had seen two men slip
around the corner of the stable. Gor
trudo had been Bitting staring In front
of her, Jumping at every sound. Now
she turned on Llddy pettishly.
"1 declare, Llddy," sho said, "you
nro a bundle of nerves. What If Eliza
did see somo men around the stnblo?
It may have been Warner and Alex."
"Warner Is lu tho kitchen, miss,"
Llddy said with dignity. "And If you
hnd como through what I have, you
would be a bundle of nerves, too. Mlas
Hachel, I'd bo thankful if you'd give
me my month's wages to-morrow. I'll
be going to my sister's."
"Very well," I said, to her evident
Had Gono White.
amazement. "I will iimko out tho
check. Warner can tako you down to
tho noon train."
Llddy's faco was really funny.
"You'll havo u nice tlmo nt your
sister's," I went on. "Flvo children,
"That's it," Llddy said, BUddonly
bursting Into tears. "Send mo away,
after all these years, and your new
shawl only half done, nnd nobody
knowin' how to llx tho water for your
"It'u time I learned to proparo my
own bath." I was knitting compln
cently. Hut Gertrudo got up nnd put
her arms around Llddy's shaking
"You nro two big babies," sho said
soothingly. "Neither ono of you could
got along for un hour without the oth
er. So stop quarreling und bo good.
Llddy, go right up nnd lay out aunty's
night things. Sho is going to bed
After Llddy had gono I began to
think about the men at tho stable, and
I grow more and moro anxious. Hal
sey was aimlessly knocking tho bil
liard halls around in the billiard room,
and I called to him.
"Ilnlsey," I said when ho sauntered
In, "is there a policeman, in Casa
nova?" "Constable," he said laconically,
"veteran of tho war, ono arm; In of
llce to conciliate the G. A. It. clement.
"llecauso I am uneasy tonight."
'And I told him what Llddy had said.
"Is there any ono you can think of
who could be rolled on to watch tho
outside of the house to-night?"
"We might get Sam Uohannon from
the club," ho said thoughtfully. "It
wouldn't bo a bad scheme. Ho's a
smart darky, and with his mouth shut
and his shirt-front covered, you could
n't see him a yard off in the dark."
Halsey conferred with Alex, and
the result, in nn hour, was Sam. Ills
instructions wero simple. There hnd
been numerous attempts to break into
tho house; It was tho intontlon, not
to drive intruders away, but to cap
ture them. If Sam saw anything sus
picious outside, ho was to tap at the
east entry, whoro Alex and Halsey
wero to alternate In kcoplug watch
through tho night.
As before, Halsoy watched tho east
entry from ten until two. He hnd an
oyo to comfort, and ho kopt vigil In a
heavy oak chair, very large and deep.
We went upstairs rather early, and
through tho open door Gertrudo nnd I
kept up a running flro of conversation.
Llddy was brushing my hair, and Ger
trudo was doing her own. with a long
free sweep of her strong, round arms.
"Did you know Mrs. Armstrong nnd
Louise aro In the village?" s'.io called, i
"No," 1 replied, startled. "How did
you hear it?"
"I met the oldest Stewart girl to
day, the doctor's daughter, and sho
told , mo they had not gono back to
town after tho funeral. They went di
rectly to that llttlo yellow house next
to Dr. Walker's, and aro apparently
settled there. They took tho house
furnished for tho summer."
"Why, It's a bandbox," I said. "I
can't Imagine Funny Armstrong in
such a placo."
"It's true, nevertheless. Ella Stew
art says Mrs. Armstrong lias aged ter
ribly, and looks as If sho is hardly
ablo to walk."
I lay and thought over somo of
these things until midnight. Tho elec
tric lights went out then, fading slow
ly until there was only a red-hot loop
to bo seen in tho bulbs, and then even
that died away and wc were embarked
on tho darkness of another night.
- (TO HK CONTINUED )
' Condemns Sunshine Fad.
A well-known medical mnn con
demns cmpuntir-nlly the form of vani
ty thnt leads pcoplo on their holidays
to do their utmost to got sunburned.
Workers In city oflices," ho says,
"who go Into tho country or to tho
senshore for only ono or two weeks
will deliberately sit about hutless In
the blazing sun, so that they may
come hack looking brown and healthy.
As often us not this practice will send
them homo fur less fit for work than
they wero when tho y started, for
even if ono escapes sunstroko tho ef
fects of tho sun's rays upon tho un
covered head aro very bad They
will cause dizziness, hendacho, nausea
and loss of appetite and will often up
set the dlgestlvo system for many
days. There aro ways of avoiding the
more serious effects of tho sun, but
personally I would advise the city
dweller who must have a brown face
to stain It with walnut Julco nnd wear
a broad-brimmed hat like a saue and
Making Him Go.
"I don't think 1 shall go to tho
poker party to-night."
"That's one of the truest thinks you
havo done for qulto awhile."
"Jinx owes mo $5 ,whlch ho wns to
pay mo at tho party to-night, nnd
which I had decided to give to you to
go shopping with, but I nm really too
tired to go out; guess I'll let It go this
"That Is Just liko you! If It was
anything you wanted to do you would
go In a minuto, but when it Is some
thing for your wlfo you nro too tired!
You will go to that poker party to
night or you will hear from me!"
Two Parables of
Sunday School Leiion for Sept. 4, 1910
Specially Arranuod for Tlil Paper
LESSON TEXT. - Matthew 21:'il-40.
Memory vpibob. 45, 46.
GOLDEN TEXT. "Tliirpfore. Buy I un
to you: 'Tho kingdom of Ood ahull bo ta
ken from you,"-2 Matthew 21-13.
TIME. Tuesday. April 4, A. 1). 30. Two
days after tho triumphal entry.
l'LAGE. In tho courtH of the tpmple
Suggestion and Practical Thought.
Sustaining tho Faith of Ills Disci
ples, which was so soon to be tested
to the utmost. Matt. 21:20-21; Mark
11:20-25. Tho llg treo on which the
curso for frultlcssness rested on Mon
day morning, wns found withered as
Jesus and his disciples passed by It
Tuesday morning on their way to the
Tho Authority of Christ Challenged,
nnd Christ's Answer. Vs. 21-27. (Mark
11:27-33; Luko 20:1-8.) Tho Pharisees
camo to Jesus and demanded by what
authority he took upon himself to
drive out tho money-changers, and the
cattle, nnd thu dealers in them from
the temple. Whnt authority had ho
to call himself the Messiah, and to op
jioso thoso who were tho divinely ap
pointed leadors in tho ritual of a dl
vlnnly authorized religion and tem
ple? It was useless to answer them by
any statement of fact. They would
havo denied his authority, and made
his claims a menus of bringing him he
fore tho Human court. Ills deeds nnd
teachings wero known, and they could
linvo learned his authority. Jesus,
therefore, refused to answer, but "said
unto thorn, I nlso will ask you one
thing," not to puzzle them, but to lead
them to answer their own question In
25. The baptism of John, .whence
was it? from Heaven, or of men? That
Is, tell mu what was John's authority
for his teaching, represented by bap
tism, and I will tell you what mine is,
for both are from tho samo source.
The rulers wero afraid to expross
their opinion, and said they could not
tell. They could not do so without
making trouble for themselves, or an
swering themselves tho question they
asked Jesus. They wero mere politi
cians and not statesmen, or patriots.
Jesus therefore refused to answer
their question, and they could not com
plain. It was very wise and truo ac
tion on tho part of Jesus.
Tho Parablo of tho Two Sons. Good
Hesoltttlons Versus Good Deeds. Vs.
28-32. "Hut whnt think yo?" IIo
would not answer their question, but
he would give them a parablo to think
of, a mirror In which they could seo
their own characters, and he led to re
pentance. "A certain man," represent
ing God, our Father in Heaven, had
two sons. Compare Luko 15:11.
Tho First Son represented those who
mado no pretension to tho service of
God, but stood opposed to it in doc
trine. In character and In life.
The Second Son represented tho3c
who had In form at lea3t boon carry-
I lng on tho work of their Father, repre
sented by the elder son in tho parablo
of the Prodigal son. This class In
cluded tho Jewish lenders, and all
thoso who Joined with them a3 repre
sentatives of tho kingdom of God in
tho world, as his professed servants
In upholding his truo religion. Thoy
wero particular about ritual and form
and outward observances. They sat
In the chief scats of tho synagogue.
To both soiib was given tho samo
command, to cultlvato their father's
vineynrd. All God's children aro sent
Into this world to make It bring forth
.tho fruits of tho Spirit, to mako It n
kingdom of Heaven, in their own souls
and lives, and in tho world as a whole.
The llrst son refused to obey. "IIo
answered ... I will not." Their
whole conduct said "I will not." And
this continued for ages. "Hut after
ward ho repented, and wont." Tho sec
ond son "answered and said, I go, sir;
and went not." Thoso whom this
son represented had said by their ac
tions and professions, "I go, sir."
Then, boforo they saw tho applica
tion, Jesus usked them to decide
"Whither of them twain did the will
of his father?"
The only possible nnswer was, "Tho
Then Jesus made tho application,
and they saw themselves as In a mir
ror. Tho Parablo of the Vineyard and tho
Husbandmen. Vh. 33-41. Tho Vine
ynrd represented tho kingdom or God,
which was entrusted to tho .lows,
planted by God vlth tho rich and fruit
ful vines of tho knowledgo of God, his
commandments, thr Institutions of re
ligion, and his rovjalcd word.
Thoy Slay tho rion, Their Only IIopo.
Because thoy wanted to keep their
places, their honors, tholr wealth,
their own plensuro.
Tho Result was that thoy lost all.
Thoy killed that thoy might possess;
but It was tho shortest road to ontlro
loss. Thoso who reject Christ In or
dor that they may keep possesion of
themselves, tholr pleasuros and hopoB,
havo taken the shortest nud surest
way to lose them.
Tho parables may scorn far nway
from us, but from thorn there como
llvo wires convoying living truths to
our souls and to our nation today.
To go on In sin against nil tho moral
laws of God, is to bo liko n grasshop
per before a mowing machine. Tho
laws or God will crush us unloBS wo
got out of their way, by obcdleuco to
"Though tho mills of God grind slowly.
yot they grind oxcoedlng small,
Though with patlonco ho stands wait.
lng, with exactness grinds he
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NO CHANCE TO GO WRONG
Statement of Beauty Doctor May Havo
Been True, but It Was Not
William F. Oldham, bishop of Sing
apore, talked at a dinner, on his last
visit, to Now York, about missionary
"A certain type of man," ho paid,
"goes about declaring that wo dom
inant races civilize the savage out of
existence that wo do them hnrm In
stead of good.
"Well, as a matter of fnct. If these
cavaliers knew what I know nbout
somo tribes, they would speak less
confidently. Some trlbca aro so de
based that to do they anything but
good would hardly bo possible. They
arc, In fact, Just like tho ugly wom
an who visited tho beauty doctor.
"This woman was ugly In every fea
ture, but her nose was particularly
ugly. That, no doubt, was why sho
desired tho beauty doctor to begin
" 'I am willing.' bIio said, 'to pay
you liberally, doctor, but I demand In
return substantial results. Wo will
start with my nose. Can you guar
anteo to make It Ideally beautiful?'
"The doctor, after looking attentive
ly at the woman's nose, replied:
" 'Well, madam, I can't say as to
Ideal beauty, but a nose like yours I
couldn't help Improving If I hit It with
a mallet.' "
Not to Overdo It.
Lily I'so gwlno to a s'prlso party
tonight, Miss Sally.
Miss Sally What will you take for
Lily Well, wo dldn" cnl'lnto ou
lakin' no present. Yo' see, we don't
wan' to s'prlso 'cm too much.
Evidences of Wealth.
"I wish we hud a piano; I'd like to
impress thoso people."
"Show 'em the piece of beef you'.vo
got in tho refrigerator."
Old Gentleman (to walter)-
you tell mo If my wlfo is hero?
Waiter Yes, sir. eighth hat to tho
left. Fllegcnde Ulaetter.
Freedom Is tho only soil In which
great and good men grow freedom
of mind and body.
Some men aro solf-mado and somo
others aro wife-made.
Why so many people
have ready - at - hand a
The quick, easy serving
right from the package
requiring only the addition
of cream or good milk is
an important consideration
when breakfast must be
ready "on time."
The sweet, crisp food is
universally liked by child
ren, and is a great help to
Mothers who must give to
the youngsters something
wholesome that they relish.
The economical feature
appeals to everyone par
ticularly those who wish
to keep living expenses
within a limit.
Post Toasties arc espe
cially p'easing served with
fresh sliced peaches.
"The Memory Lingers"
Tostum Ceronl Co., Ltd.
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