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rraihinj; tin' 1'rntit ior. hp iiimln one of tht
iiint darinj; oxcapr's in criininal history.
With Ins hand fii (Ted fists lie beat down
the guards, opened the door of the rail
way carriage and threw himself out into
the night while the train was running at
full speed. And he was not enught. In
some way he reached Aachen, where he
met Mathihle. The next day he was in
I'nris, with the change out of the linn
dred fraiies she had given him. He took
.1 cat) and drove direct to the Ministry
of "W'nr, and oll'ered his sen ices. He
uas received by Captain Francois and
I'aptain Mnreschnl (then in charge of
the Service of Information) and, with
the approval of the fielieral Stuff, n
formally registeretl as a French spy.
"You understand." said Wessel tn
I'aptain Francois (from whom 1 have
these facts) "that (lei'many will try and
extradite nie from France as she did
from (lerinany. ' '
"And the Captain Mnrcschal nn
swered: "Yon may be perfectly trim
iiil! France, nfter all you have dune
for her, will not let you lie extraditeil. "
They weie nt ease the spy and tin
captains in charge of the Service of In
Ami W'cs.sel said: "(If course, I can
not serve you directly, for I can not
reenter my country, but there is a man
at Nice wlio can give you all the mf'ur
mation you need. Hesides he has hist
all his money at Monte Carlo. "
So with .1,(1110 francs in his pocket he
went to Nice, where Mathihle joined
him. Together they pulled iluwn ton'
of the highest functionaries in the (ier
mail government. That man betrayed
the plans of mobilization, so far as the
concerned the railways, for the entire
(lerman empire. The amount he ie
eeived Has less than lOO.IHMI francs.
With that money he returned tn the
tables at Monte Carlo, lost again, and
Killed himself. He was a man of fain
ily anil position, lie was nearly sixtv
years of age but he had met Ma
thilde and W'essel and his life of work
and honor fell apart like a house ot
This was the lirst big success nf the
new partneiship of Wessel and Mathihle;
mi the strength of it they got married.
And the idyll might have lasted had not
Mathihle loved opals and Wessel been
They had to go back to ivnrk.
Y KSSKIj was kepi in Nice and Monte
' Cailo, where he was useful. At times
he was sent to Navey, near the (ieiinnn
frontier, or to Brussels for French m
llueiieo had arranged that matter of e
tradition. Mathihle was given a mure
difticult task. In her e.xtremitv she had
retired to the "clearinghouse'' hi Itrus
sets. The discrcditctl 'uers hail been
suecccMed by Thiesseu, that wondetful
spy who had so successfully mriupted
hnsign Ullnio, the voung naval olucer
of Toulon, who is now expiating his
particular treason on Devils Island.
Like all the chief agents of treason wlm
make their headquarters in Brussels.
Thiesseu worked indifferently tor an
country and betrayed each in turn,
lie had then work to do for (iernmnv,
ou the Russian frontier. lie selected i
A Russian general (.in the civil brunch'
of the service) I'rzyborowski was at
Monte Carlo that season. In n week
Mathihle met him; in a month she had
ruined him financially ; in two months
she had ruined him morally. He prom
ised her he would betray his country
as completely as he could; but first he
must go bnck to Itnssia. With that dread
of the lied Czar's land which seems to
be embedded in the natures of these
women ineradicable, like a triangle in
a circle she refused to cross the fron
tier. She took refuge in Koenigsburg,
where once she had been a little giri.
going to school. And Przyborowski
smuggled across the frontier to her doc
omenta of importance, while Thiessen
'Inmoured for more then, too, the
Russian insisted "she should eonie to
Wilua to meet him. He tempted her
fins opal temptress with words of hive
and of treason. And she went. He
kissed her when ho met her; and then
he threw her ucross the frontier into the
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