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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DKCKMHKU 1, 1Q33 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS m COURIER NEWS co., PUBLISHERS 0. R. BABCOCK, Editor ' aw. HAIHE9, Advertising U»n«ger Sole National Advertising KeprecenUUvei: Arkansas • Dallies, Inc., New York, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas, Kuutu City, UtU* Rock. Published Everv ATterooon Except Sund»y. Entered as second, class matter »t the pott ofllcc at Blythevlllo, Arkansas, under act ol Congress Oc- f.i- tober 9, 19)7. Served by the tinned Press. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier in uie cur ol Blyllievllle. 15o per week or »S.50 per year In advance. By mall within a radius of 60 mllM, 13.00 per year, $1.50 for six months, 85o for three montniJ by mall In postKl zonia U'o to six, Incliulve, J6.60 per year. In zones seven and eight, 110.00 per year, payable In advance. Savings os Prosperity Statisticians are corny iling on income and expenditure for the prosperous years immediately preceding the depression that not only throw light on the causes of prosperity';; collapse but provide strong argument for some of the measures adopted l)y the . Roosevelt administration to combat depression./ ' ... •" ,; /lv Tl i It has been pointed out before 1 that,y|r one, of the chief reasons i'or the 1921) : •.' collapse \vas that the American pco-'j; •/••'•'•-pie .as a whole did not spend enough •••-. .pf their generous ,pre 7 dei>ressioir in- ••' '_,,cbme to support expanding industrial .'and agricultural production. They snv- ' ed too much, thus providing capital for further expansion of production, which was finally carried to a iwint where it fell of its own weight. Now lo most of us that is interesting theory, but not very convincing. .We recall that even during times of greatest general , prosperity most of • what we received went back into circulation very promptly. Our memor- - jes. do' not play us false. Statistics '"" show that even in 1929 05 per cent of all the persons in this country who received incomes pot less than ?3,000 per year. Their savings were small. Hut it was different with the other 5 per cent. They saved a great deal. The following table, rcm'inted by tho St. Louis ,fft£lflPJspatch from 'a recent book, "Common About Machines and Unemployment," by Morris !'• Taylor, is: Humiliating: Pet. Pet. Income Classes— Saved Taxes $1,000 and under ..3 3 '• $1,000 to 52,000 1 ..... 5 2 • '• $2,000' to $3,CGO ...... 11 2 • $3,000 to 45,000 ...... 10 'I . >- -55,000 to $10,000 ...... H 3 510,000 to 525.000 ...... 22 4 -- 525,000 to 550,000 ...... 30 8 550,000 lo 5100,000 .... 31 13 5100.0CO iu 5150.000 .... 35 15 5150,000 lo $300.000 .... 4-1 16 __ 5300,000 to $500.000 ____ C7 17 $500,000 to $1,000,000 ..71 17 Over $1,000,000 ........ n 17 Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes, writing in the New York World-Telegram, comments on these figures :^ follows: "These figures prove conclusively that not only do the rich take income from the poor, who would spend it, .but they themselves fail to spend any- large proportion of their vast incomes." , Worse than this, he adds, the savings of wealth ultimately arj used "to in- tensify the worst evils of the capitalistic system"; that is, for adding to our over-supply of industrial plants, for credit to speculative enterprises, to promote the accumulation of debt, for over-construction of upirlmenls and skyscrapers. The man who receives 51,000,000 a yc«r, or oven a considerably smaller sum, can't very easily sjiciid a large part of his income. About all lie can do with it is invest it in new enterprises or in tlie expansion of old ones. K'ew capital is essential. Without it our facilities of production would soon be inadequate to our needs. Hut too much is as 'bad or worse than ton little. ; . ) The .'H&osevcll administration today is spending billions of dollars in an effort to revive business by putting purchasing power in the bands of those who need commodities of all kinds. These billions, ultimately, will have to como out of taxes, and it is to be expected that these taxes will l>c collected in large part from those who have incomes large cnout'li to enable them to withhold considerable sums SIDE GLANCES By George Clark ' " fh ir,H utu j:j$ 'HJ^L-^-T^' i|lsisi 'V.ijitr that" an'-tpcrcaijep.'" ppiporyfin of the ' returns of productive .effort reach the bands 'of those who will spend the . money. How successful this effort will bu remains to be seen. Hut in the light of what has happened it '.is least seems evident that it is effort in the right direction. --•• "(I BLYTHEVILLE 10 YEARS AGO From the flies of the BljrthevUIe Dally Courier Saturday, ]»rc. 1, 1S33. '1'he commissioners of the 131y- thcvllle paving districts announced. Saturday the sale of the entire Issue of $437,000, with accrued interest, to the Fnvmers liank and coinpnny of this city. The bank in turn sold the bands to ihe U-ssc-r-Goldman Cotton Co. of St. Louis. The commissioners Messrs. Ilogan, Stout and Adams, are veil pie.iEcd with the sale. To B. A. Lynch, vice president of the Fann- ers Bank and Trust company, ue- IGUIJS the credit of negotiatinn the sule. Had he not been Imbued with i sort, of bull-dog tenacity nnd beloved in the ability of lilythc- ville to KO over (he top on anything on lime, the bonds would have been sold to out of town .speculators at a less price. "This job upsets me. Every afraid it's mv own house." time there is an alarm I'm Your Car's Exhaust Contains Deadly Carbon Monoxide Gas Pet. Spent Q4 5)3 81 S'i 83 H IK 56 50 40 16 11! C Fiction in Fact • Oscar Wilde, or somebody, once remarked that nature frequently mimics art—by which lie seems lo have meant that things often hupp?. 1 ! in real life which might have been copied directly from the pages of some work of fiction. Bearing this in mind, one is itlmost inclined lo suspect,that thnt "opurat-' ing table" numlef'iri Chicago was devised by someone who l-ail rend deeply of Mary Roberts RinehaU or S. S. Van Dine. For here, surely, is :in affair that copies the most imaginative sort of fiction. A gloomy house in a decayed neighborhood, a strange shying, an air of somber mystery, a nude corpse in a basement room—about all that is needed is to have Philo Vance stroll in, light avdgarot, and exclaim, "Gad, 1 don't like it—something .horrible has happened here!" This is the fnurlh of a scries of live arlidt-s li>- IH-. Morris Fi.sliucin on \vinlcr lieullh anil !-afcty hazards, and w.i.vs lo avoid 1cm. •illy, enough csrbon monoxide muy tccumulalc to bring about death. Til 192-1, a total of 123'deaths from tills cause was reported, ihsiny ic -187 deaths in 1531, and 608 in Racine Broker's Clerk Has Self-Powered Machine / HAC1NE, Wis. (UP)--Clarence K. Allen, Racine broker's clerk and amateur inventor, has conMnictcd a machine which has run a year and three months under its own power. Quick to resent anyone calling It a "perpetual motion" mnchinc, Allen explains that the mechanism runs from "hot and cold areas over the earth." The machine, according lo Allen, utilizes drafts runnir.i: ui> a large circular sheet Iron shaft. Two fans, each of which revolve in opposite directions, set up a pressure for the other within the tube, causing a steel shaft to rotate. With power derived fioni the machine. Allen claims lie has drilled holes through .sheet steel. At present the mechanism turns large wagon wheel weighted with 300 pounds of scrap iron. BV DR. MOKIHS MSHBKIN Ldilur, Journal of the American Mi<ilr:il Ajsu.-lillon. :inil of Hyjcia. (he Iteallh M:ig:uinc A special hirrttrd of the winter a'.ison Is death from ihhala- Lion of carbon monoxide gas, the exhaust gas of automobiles, particularly in Inrf.e cities. Wilh the pr.pcarance of cold! cj-L-ased about \veather, the newspapers Ucgin re-' ; 1321. porting cases nf death from this (.no. Year uflv year the medical profession has warned thnt it may ( 'e fatal to run a motor in a closed enrage, because the carbon monoxide gar, coming Horn the: motor cx- hrust is sufTio'enl to bring about death in the absence of any suitable Intake of fresh air. The usual slory Is about as fol- This increase, of course, is due to the fact tint the - number of j motor curs n.;fd has increased, I LuL it is especially important because accidental deaths in general have decreased by abom 10 per c. nt since 1931 On the ether hand, deaths from carton mer.oxirie gns have in- 403 i>er cent since - THIS CURIOUS WORLD ~ OF SOUTH AMERICA, PQOO'JCES 8UTTEP.! THIS CURI6US CAVE- DWELLEG. DEVELOPS A THICK LAYEPOF FAT, WHICH FURNISHES THE INDIANS WITH AN OIL WHICH IS USED AS 6OTTER.. FREEPORT, FLORIDA / AROUND A WATER PIPK/ THE FAUCET PROTRUDES FROM THE SIDE, FORMING A t-IV/NG FOUNTAIN. ^ IN THE ANDAMAN ISLANDS, fcAV OF aetxlGAL., THE WORST CRIME THAT CjNC- CAN COAWIT is F/RE-51FAL/NG, FOR.Tun- A6ORBINES DO HO! yNOW HOW TO .zjUlLO A N£\V J^SKSs. The Indians negroes of Northern Venezuela arc to fond of the oil made from tlie cave bird that, they make annual raids on the caverns where the birds nest. It, is the young birds ihat furnish the fat from which the oil is made. The birds are siieii confirmed cave- dwellers thai they will not even fly out when a r,Tl is lakins plac?. NEXT: What is the "Serpent Mound," anil wlirre is it? Field Mice Send in Alarm I by chewing insulation from wires ROYAL OAK, Mich. (UP)— Field; in an alarm signal box ami cans- mice turned in a police call hero i ing a short circuit. UNKNOWN RIOND K .T^/J - ~* •—*ri—*"*- -*- TT J V f ^.^-*-\^ ^/-t—* 1 S- ^ „ w „, Laura Lou B'ROOKMAN The cai- owner goes to his gar- ape on a cold morning. He tmds It dlfTlcult lo Mart the car. Ue- ranse the lsni[ eratnru outside is freezing, he In-rks all tlie doors and \vlndows while he works on I'ic vehicle. the engine is storied, he runs It at n very rapid until it v.arnis up. Eo!HclLn:cs drilh occurs through riding in r\ car cotnnlctcly clor^t. flic pxhaust p.'^c becomes choked, then tho carbon iiionoxicle ga'i and the cxhaitsi, cu:iK-ti into the tight- rlor.iiJ ea r :h rot ig h I he cl i i iiks t lie \voctl\v ork , a nd 1] rings cccur particularly :\re parked along Such wlicn ;)ic roadsicic :incl tho inotoi 1 is l-.ept running [ > keep (hoin warm. Last winter £ev n i\U instances were icpoitcd in wliitrh t»o f three and, in one case, four members of a family died inder snch circum- itr.nces. The moral is. sec thuL you have r Icnty of fiTsh :iir whils you art HP, oi 1 dvivins, yowr car Under such circumstances, nsti-ino mnllcr how cold it is. OCCIK HERB TOTJAT Who killed THACY r.IXO. er- oliratrn lender touMd dead !• ht« apnrrMienl r OAV1II n.ANMSTBIl. narhnr. loTmrr nrn«n3prr revorler. nader- lnkr» lo And oar. Police are Kenrcliln? lor nn "unknown hlond" irbo visited Kin? nha'tly bi^furr b!« dritck. HnnnUlrr bnc neen Ihe &lil. but • lie hnii «lnce dl«nppenrcil. m:ion> » c t n I, A <; I), nbo nrolc Klnf a thrrntenln^ Irller. In In Inll. He ilirl.irrB hln luna- *Ence. Al, UIIU«AN. fricn<l ol rtinK'*. I^Ti* 1' 1e OTchCBIrn Iruder hnx been bnvInR Irnable »Hb JOE PARIIOTT. bill lormcr rriuilrvtlle pnMncr. nnd orrnvr* Turrull nf (he murder. Pnllt-r Irnrn thnr MPI,V1NA HOI.r.lS- 1T.R. mltldlc-n^cd npln^rer. h:id n viulrrir iiucirrcl ullli KiHK nHvi fal^ rnt kllTcrt brr rntinry. CAPTAIN !1cM:AI, of tke dr- fc^tive biircna cool tn Kce Mli- IlnlEUirr nnt] her hrollirr. SIA'I THI-:\V. WbeiT he lrare.» tir Or- rlnrex, ^'J'lioie ivro will btr\r peared in tb« klubben doorway. "Morning. Aunt Kate!'.' uU-ays." Mrs. Hewlett said. ' speclnt one the • police know guilty? fsu'i there always FTIS anal looked up. tlieu went they doa't tell anything nboiu: " on removing ec-lden tirown I "Sometimes," Bannister no<!' slices of French toast from a smok-' "but t don't tlilnk there Is In Ing skillet. "Morning." she said : ra £o. Tlic whole lliins'6 n crisply. "Go oa into tlie dining room, lln-id. Breakfast'll lie on His inble lu a second." Bannister located tbe newspaper on 'the living room laUe ami opened out the p.igca. There was I should be happier If Governor Smith would accord this administration the same wholehearted supiwrt and sympathy he gave to the Hoover administration. —Congressman Henry B. Stcagall. It is n fine thing to be swill to forgive our enemies, but it Is a finer thin? not to be too swill to forgive ourselves. —G. K, Chesterton. I don't, think 111 marry anybody. I'm having loo good a time. —Max Ba^~, pugilist. CHURCH EXCUSES By Gco. W. Bvb*m in as much as 1 uas not paying in anylhins si that gave them a good reason for tlmt. I have i-KvnyH said, "Deliver me from ex- Piisc-mtikors, nnrt yivc HID reason." I suppose a Tx>rton can fuid un excuse for nvft nnythius thoy c"o or lail tr. do but when it conic lo Riving n valid reckon Marriage Creates New Problem in Relatives EAST ROCHESTER, N. H. <UP) —\Vhr:i Allie Story and his slep- sislcr were married recently they for this fnilmv it's quite a:\ created an odd list of relatives, matter. Now. I am om> person Story's bride was the daughter who never oftcis an excuse but do of Mrs. George Story by her first often find it necessary to jave marriage and St'jry was llic son a reason ami when the of George Slory by another tnar- U e from my church comes to MIC rsage. mo concerning my failure to pay The bride-groom's step-mother what they called my p,ed<^t' or became his mother-in-law nnd dues also talked lo me about my Story's father bccnrno his step- failure to attend church. I was daughter's father-in-law. The ready with a reason for my al-1 bridegroom became his slcp-moth- titude in both instances. As to | cr's son-in-law as the bride bc- Ihe dues or piod?e as t!:ey c.iilvd i came her step-father's daughter- it, that was nrswcred by the t-.ict, Jin-law. that I did not attend church -..'ho ever heard of a pcr.-ou im: for set. No farr.ipv ever tent n,. 1 a for hay for the rcavm that 1 do nol eal liny: (he fhm: man c->poets me to pay only «l-. f ..| i] attend the shuv Of crone. ^ i Uc ™ £\ ^ "l^v had no answer lor inf.. As :.„ •„•.- . going to church, I did not ltd' """* of '" t~ha! »UT (Mi WA'V Bv Williami DIGGVN. TREASURE.! CRAZV, ITSELF, PUT ONLY A COUPLE INCHE.5 DOWN TO SOLID ROCK, t? TH' HEIGHT OF FOOLISHNESS, DIGGIM' WHERE 1CANT Dl^ VERV DF-FP, ^N' CAM'T : QUITE so roousH, THffiGUKSK Ho.v I.UNV OF WX-.O AR£ lO'.GCP TOM TlIC MlSSiSSPP! QQL THERE Saw GO OS WITH Till-: STOUT j CHAPTER XIX ] ^ MIIC stream of yellow 6iins'il" r fell directly across Davirl II.-- nlsler's fnco. It wavered gently. ^ the curtains at tUo open wlmhm j hlow Inward: Ihcn Bcttled across I the ridge of Bnnntsler'3 UOKD. | Tlio slceplni; man wrinkled hi" j fare Inio :i Rrlmace. The sunslilnr persisted. lir.nnisier emillcd B sound iK-t'.iceii a firunt and a grunt blf. iiirncd on hts side. For a mi/ incut he lay ptaccfiilly. but di: nioveninnl had aroused him. Mi? oyrs ofiaiifi3--i.wo narrow slils— [iiul he frowned nl tlio llglil. Tlieu ili; eyes upcncil \vidcr. Danulster luokeil .nlif.ur him. ticwildercd. Hi! wa:i not. ns lie h.^d been dri-nmlnr:, In n Enliterrnnean cav- tr.i. Ailelc Allen was nol beside 1 uim. -Muiiiifi a green costume. nra:iillHlilnK a revolver and threat• «nl:i;-. t) slioot him It lia diJ not help her escfipo from tbe ciant cnnary Iriril pursuing h<ir. The resl of i In: liorrld vision faded ami Han- I Ulster was tremendously relicrerl.. ? \v:is not n murderer or accused j rjglui plcnly about the Kln^: munler, b thqre was noiliing Mini lluiinl^t dlcj not (fiKi\v. It i-.a^e i;im"a fn in^ of [elk'I. Ho ivn.> ui^i] ip i.uo (LuLhhig Inino: rant Nad in]!|ien ivlille tic was n.^lccp- Mfadhn told of Hie scnrcJi fur "ni:oiher ? ;-ect" wtiuse name iva.- :ifit yivi j Diugnn's slisry «.i* ! "\'ln?e fj-ltMirl ol the i | :tnoitytni)LiF. Ati'iiui i!ie rli'iil ripwsjiaiip "But who ilo yon think did H?" He smiled. "Aunt Knlc. I'm not .-.marl enough to study a niiinlrr I'or five ur six hoiirs nnd ihf:n unerringly point nut tfie Guilty [ier- son. Ami"— he pairicd (hoiiKlKfitlly — "1 don't lh i n!i thf;rc':j anyuni; ulsu in Trcinont who can do th:ii nr icily and took tfie car down : nvn. It was 10 o'clock hy the tln.e :« readied tho city room of the :u 1'ost. Pitxtun wns nol In sl^JiL Austin, tha a£:n!.=!t;int chy iMlitnr, xv:n bnr.y nt his r.le:,l; anil t!ieic v.-;ia no one else rttidiit wlunn ll:in- iilwcr l:ncv;. Wtllmut n:i]|jtif;. lie ivuiil UP lo cciitral Iic:itlrjiini1cni. l'hcL'0 <V,IP n vj| n inns nhoiH Uil H.ii:nirtf;r l[;iir vv;iy i.lir«i3? -.i:\-i siniicrl. hi? tho innrdi-r c:nl I!ICMH t-n^ was f mint callin;; ami Aunt jiook no delay at inciil Thc final result of it all was that the bride ninrriod hor mother's step-son nnd her huslmncl 'Allic Story) mnrrird his slC]>-.sLs- tcr atul his father's slcp-tlanjhtcr It nns M:- ..-.-.•,C IVIMilll time. An i!i!; laier he ;]iM:e::r<;il In the ilinlns rooin, tlie ne\v^ii:is»!r in his linml. Tljo wl(jr of frlod hnin and ccfTce and llie I''i-cnch toasl \vo:i him from his [ircoccupation. however "Ainu Kate." he licg.m. "there's nol annlber cook lihc you in the wliolo country!" -She Etopped him iviiti a nlaiice. "Xcver mind the flntiery," a!ie said. ".Maybe you've something to H:IV. David linnnister. abnut w-hat you were doing alt day yesterday. r l •HE olficer at (lit- di'd; n-ir.^ :1 jilm ami lluuni-niT im,i dcil. Hn wcul nil inti) ilir ^utriilnr liuiutnnir Inio fJmiHm!:l'.:im wlio caitio liying dfiv.-n i-,c f:talr^ "Listen." Cnnuiii^liaiii wiiil ici.-e ly. "(oil Ur.liiey I'm Knir.;; mn win, Murjihy. will \t:ii? S?!:IL> 1.1m! ui a Jinhhi',1 oul ill Ifi'. 1 fle.-1;-.lil:i. Ttjlt him—" "Sure." said Mannlsicr. "tun wtii:r{-"il I liud liiju'.'" IliC Blairs. "lip lln-l-0.' Ill: Kllll •'They're nil 11;. UKIC |;i c | y t - u know tliey'vo :;nt tin: ;;h-|? (lainey'ft plKminii Hie ou~;':e now." He wo'.ild have ?;o;ic l:nt f^uulM ter r.iiii;l:l tiis :un. "\V]i;ii j:irl?" he ilymnndrd. "Yuii inrnii -?" "Thai blnml «I:MHC tlu^- were looki 111; for. I've :;i't to lie:il it H4.v;l" „ oul after breakfast and of murder. Mclvlno'Ilolllslcr n-ns | nul e ho»-lns up again iinlil laid r.;:t there. ii"r a laulity vaudeville . niylu; f i]lo'.;glu It wa.i rosl you a-::;er who said his name V.TS camo lo Trcmont for!" i;r;:-ey— I While she liad ticen talklni; f'.:c Ilanr.istcr 521 up with n i !:.n. ; was icjiiriug tlie coffee. Now she lamlcd tilm a cup. Ciinnlii;:!.: do^en slridei IS.niiii: tuji 'if Hi-: si airs. A suii '•".(: a Janilor ones :.: si;;!n. imile the in a il.irk tlie unly ( | St. Peter to "walk -sea. iam llprna- day, American naturalist- born. !%16'-Ba1tinio}-e is ^vv&t American. city to be lighted ° can. cities cper- dteS, aiTiicst entirely 1'hc thcu:;lu of Gdluey lirnir:lil i!io events of Ihe preceding day li'.r'.rr i-.::n clearly. No wor.d'.r Le i:ml i!-i'.ir:icd of murder arid! in liii nnaj:lr:liir,5 llio ri;;:irt of ^r.::-.i'y. tl:c I'usl repfirter. incvstd Int'i Ihat ot Tr.icy Hins. me or«-l:c5tr.i led'lor. Hut H v,-.i = Kir.c «lio haO been iiiuniiTcil i;-.:in;.-;cr remombercd Hint. Ik' rcnicrnin-rcd Ihe Ijrownifti sl:i!n un il:« carrel of llio holel Iwdrccm lie icincintcrcrl. loo. liial IIP hail lir-.nilscil J'.:n I'.islOf lo-wr.ii i!:? n:irdcr siory (or the Co '.. Fl:-.n:::^!cr pulled hlj wrist w, ic-.vaiii n'tin and saw lhal It ccnrly S:30. A fine hour in wa^lu?' fjalney hau nrea c:i ml) tor nt le.nsl iiaK an lioaf ilily loascr. Vc.-. a fine I •:.-33 in no s.'Sllns I 'n, u Erim ,.,i ,„,,.,, ,,.(„, ! ris ,„„ ^ v ,, s ' , !:iil olil llrne:*. "Jj:!|ir>rlam lio loM l:c-r. "I've "A ivtnt:-- "I've F';t -\ job. A ono. Ncivr:p:i;f?r roj, ivovliln:; on Tile l'o:,l. D )u!l." Vf:lre I ". ;.';•! ihr-. j llif: vjfir.i. One :i a lc;nl fj:«.:i nm i tall;::ij; over t'-!< ! llian Use n 1 , : !•: I;. on j l',nl, t In-, in! of I'.nlf. w.i? to ihe I J rcnli7ll:s n:<Lcli ruin'-lm: lie wrr.a'i use. hlc;i V.M.I a r-3c hy I'm time around lo It liic a:jk(.d when lie did ;:ol con- ' 1 tiuiio. I _,, ! 'Times' all there IE lo It. J::a j J i l'a\ltja offered me a job on s !;L- ' i1 ""'' i Post r.nd 1 look It. I'm wotkinr, | 1)0 ion this murder cnsc." j I Tlio elevation of ] eyebrows was expressive. ',. " j tlwi'^ It." she sa .' nc ' keep oul of ft! ~' v ° r ' I irv.-xci'ful and—tiad crlmiu:il hap ! :r "ilicnj. like a murder, ar.o\ yuu 1 "° icoiildti't keep out ol It. I don't ap , *•! iirovo ot this. IMvlrt. 1 don't approve ot li at all!" ISut sho didn't mean tliat. There ;e lind ll-i! -fi^d I was no dinapproval In her voice i 've rr,:iinl i:s for." ;? M,-au^( r ::f: !i>-j:iC! tall: tc "tt'l.oic Is ilia'. 1 " Ti:_- ollRT in'U on:!. A 1i;;nic l!:l '-"'' Jl(?r rc.- Uio ^U "avid Mo 1'iio t "Von cniiUin i 3 ." Somcthliir Liis I Neal. 'Oil. Capialll McNeai!' l'l:n:e \va? cimsidc =lia^ir.ri but UaimlMtr IMj .vay. I'cn Mi:;i:; ransfd Ihroil^.li a t:.i:ri til? stnwcr Dn v id II L.ih.ter'e i and noae In her eagr.r cycr- as she spirit-, woru rl'ilns llu could j asked a moiuctil later, "navld — nniiily wait to sc? the :in.rums who ili Ihey think dIJ It?" :i-j«.-'Tia|.cr to nnd out It any new "Oh. I don't know. U's hard to d.-veir.nn'>',ats In I'.ie murder l;;n'. say now." ncen rcpincil. Newspaper mining ;,'.,3. llcwh-tl f:owned. "1 don't rearicrtcd Itself nnd lie wan eager i; know II llie mornlns paper. Iho opposition, had scored a beat of auy sort. ila carr.s downstairs whistling, tt>4 i room and ap- mean llita man llicy'vo gel lockcil a tvlcie corridor. ol!i« iicirrcd ih.i ivc.:nan In l.hir lowari! a row or Tlie flrst coll i Tlie vvoiinn IM llio Her «na hn asleep. Ilaunijior i-ncr 1,'j 'Mir .lute :i:l iu tr , •'5 miiir-nit'lr.'!!. : ctonU w.!s lal. i aad stic w.1 f walked slowly. He came lo the llilrd cell nud HIQ In 'jail." she 'peraislcd, "or tlie I to ^ rll > afi(1 tlieu lie slopped. ' "~ ........ -•--•other one they're looking for. (Bannlstor not«d «!-.e had mtswx) cone of th« details of tho moniin? _ newspap«r tccouql.) "Isn't trjerei Gray eyes looked al uim llio steel Inrfl. "Oil!" the said, "ll's ynu'" (To lie CoiillnilCi!) st:l

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