Monday, May 2, 1927

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Clearfield Progress, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1927, Clearfield, Pennsylvania THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS. n.P.ARFlELD, PA., MONDAY EVENING. MAY 2. 1927. PAGE SEVEN BEGIN HERE TODAY MRS. PKENT1SS sees lights __jrt one night, the Harbor Gardens, Long Island, w with the murder MYRA HEATH and the dls- of her husband, PERRY snests of the Heaths an LAWRENCE INMAN, heir ta Mm'! fortune, and BUNNY BOORE. viyadou, golden-hair- to whom snapieion points be- of her refusal to answer Mym Heath merer used rouge. wore rotors, yet when her s fowtd she was heavily She had a mania for (lass, and it was a nvs oU Lottie from her collection mnrderer used to kill handles were burning at tor aad nearby was a MiM. Work of fKttr UN peculiar thing about BsaUi's dlsappesrance is that sH the windows and doom had been inside the night fwmd (UUt w.y Finger prints ._ _ and latasan were bottle. Club the ntnr- SAM AN- Heath's rival for the prWdeaey; AL CUNNING- HAM, who is trying to solve the crime, and others. TODHUNTER BUCK, nephew of Mrs. Prentiss and in love with Bunny, believes Heath also may have been mur- is amazed to get a call from Heath. He calls again, saying Inman is gniHy. Bunny faints under a by DETECTIVE MOTT. Inman confides to Buck that he saw Bunny ascending the stairs after the murder, and Mott ques- tions all the servants and tells them to keep silent. Anderson invites Cunningham to his house and there, while waiting for host, CnnnJnir- him is suddenly confronted by FVrrr Heath, who disappears as mysteriously PS he had Shortly afterward Anderson in. and he reproaches Cunningham for letting Heath away. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY CHAPTER XXXV "Oh. I suppose it was just the old story of two men and one woman. I don't think the baby girl was on the scene at all. I believ if she seen coming or going on the was the show was over. I that his wife In- ;aarrelled. Then nobody can just how that thing happened, light well have been accidental. IDS one man attacked the other astd Mrs. Heath threw herself between th-m in an effort to help one or the other, and received herself the blow for one of the men." "I never should have thought of G.P. PUTNAM SONS that! But it's darn plausible! I be- This trait, of itself, was a strong- lieve that's just what did happen: for asset in the matter of detective work that, supposing Inman held the bot- and the only trouble Kvas, It was tie, would make Heath kath to ap- working against Toddy's own desires pear against him. If Heath knew and intentions. that Inman killed Mrs Heath, but Hc wanted to dear B f did rt by accident, by her intercept- the faintest breath of suspicion, but ing the blow meant for Heath then e effort he made I can see Perry doing; just as he did ,t j further evidence of her impli- do. Go away, rather than testify to tj the tragedy. mpu the truth. But when the girl. Bun- ny, is implicated, then Heath had to He sat on his aunt's porch in the come bask and do what he could to increasing darkness of the evening nave her. Oh, by Jove I sec! Heath just at the same time that Cunning is sure this story will get to the ears ham sat on the porch cf Sam An- of Inman, and then Inman will knnw derson, across the Gaybrook bridge that Heath is on his track, and if he His thoUKhts dwelt on the thing doesn't confess, cr at least, if Bunny Tnman hari told him, and he tried isn't set free of all suspicion, Heath his best to twist jt around will turn up again, and give Larry a point in Bunny's favor. This, he what for! was totally unable to do, and so he "Yes, that's logically thought out. let his mind drift back to the girl Then, in that case, the sooner wo herself and her exquisite beauty you S' More than mere beauty of feature SfkeVp M tn MA frfenrf Mott You must p-o oul- w "-v' could no more it to him straight." could' "Shall you go to tell Inman, from which cogitation it is plain "No, I think we'd better let Mott be seen that Todhunter Back war do that. Indeed, I don't see that we much in love. need figure in the matter at all ex- Indeed, he even went so far as to cept to give the dope to Mott. It's let his fancy play in numbers, even his business after that, and if he in rhyme. To himself he murmured: doesn't make Larry Inman stand uo "Your r a tender, wind- and take his medicine, then I think flower blue, Perry Heath will materialize again. With innocense back of them, look- And I hope I'll jet a peek at him ing- through-----" next time. If he -comes to you, tell It wasn't really inspired verse, but him I'm crazy tc meet him." it pleased his aesthetic sense, and "You take it all so lightly, Sam. carried .a-little balm to his torn heart. I believe' you have no heart, no real Then he came back to earth, and emotion." tried to decide what ha must do. He "I haven't, much, to be frank with had elected himself Bunny's knight you. To me, old son, this is just a errant, he meant to fight for her a la case and interests me only as a story mort and a la mode and any other book would. The Heaths, as you way he could find. More- kncw, were never intimate friends of over, ho meant t0 be practical, and if mine, and if I'm interested in the being1 practical meant smuggling the little Bunny, it's cnly as in a pretty girl out of Harbor Gardens, then, oal and unprotected child. I scarcely she must go. know the girl, personally." For Toddy Buck was of quick de 'AH right, then', old man. See you cision and rapid action. He fully be- in the morning. Good and lievcd that Inman had seen Bunny Cunningham strolled away. just as he had described. Buck didn't But if Al Cunningham was want to believe from it, but making much headway in his Larry had sounded truthful and Tod tive work, Todhunter Buck began to believed him. -feel that he was getting along almost This didn't necessarily argue Bun- top well, ny guilty in any direct way, but it After Larry Inman had told htm did seem to prove that she knew of of coming downstairs late at night Myra's death at that time, and that and discovering his cousin's dead fact would explain why Carter found was miser- her scibbing so bitterly when she went able with apprehension. It was all to her room to tell her the news next very well to assure himself that morning. sort or kind of evidence Toddy tried to reconstruct the would ever make him believe in the scene that Bunny left when she went possibility of Bunny's guilt, but even upstairs but this he was unable to do. the girl had no hand in the murder. He thought, it must be that she saw ssie must have .known about it when Myra dead, but whether she had seen Jjfce came upstairs, white and tremb- her killed or not, he had no idea. If mtg, as described by Inman, and with she had, why dbi't she raise an alarm? vanity case dangling from her hand. he would never believe Much as he wanted to da so, Buck that Bunny had herself applied the couldn't believe Larry was lying, or colors of her vanity case to Myra's even misrepresenting in the slight- face! eat degree. Well, he thtught, with his usual One of Toddy's faculties was a rapid conclusion, he must a.sk her real flair for the truth. All hix life, about it. It might be hard to do he had almost invariably been able ta that, but not so hard as to wait in tell when any one spoke falsely. It suspense, and perhaps have evidence1 was a sort of insight or second sight, piling up against the girl he loved. that told him at once of a speaker's insincerity. (To Be Continued) Curwensville's Own Column C. O. Norris left this morning for Pittsburgh where he had been drawn to serve as a United States juror. The funeral of James Washington was held in the A. M. E. church. South Side, yesterday forenoon, after which the body was taken to Virginia for burial. Willard and Thomas Decker, sons of the late Rush Decker, who are serv- ing a in the U. S. navy, are home on a furlough visiting with their mother and brothers, this place. The funeral of Samuel Clark Hoi- ton was held from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. C. L. Rougeux, Bloom- ington avenue, yesterday at r> m. alter which the corpse was removed to Bloomington Lutheran chart h where the regular church service held, at p. m. Interment in Bloomington cemetery in plot wherein nis wife is buried. Miss Bessemer Chief of Police Riddle had a bus-, night Saturday. He landed some half dozen tangle-footers in the borough bastile. A fine was assessed on each of the malfactors. Considerable headway is being made on the grading, etc., on the new Lum- ber City road. Two steam shovels and a large crew of men are now em- ployed in getting the road back in shape for the macadam grading. Two or three months more ought to see this road completed and ready for travel. Next week, or probably the latter part of this, work will be resumed on the improvements of Filbert and Meadow streets. There seems to be considerable dissatisfaction among of the property owners on Meadow street, and a protest will be filed by some of the petitioners to continue the proposed improvement. As it is the problem has to be worked out by Council and the property owners, who are not satisfied with the proposed change and improvement of said stretch on Meadow street. Prepared to "Smofe" An old Dutchman. Mynhtxv Vsi Rises, had smokln; buried with him. It IK that his feet werr plfu-pd ,1 M.I.J.U- of flnrtH goMcii-lmf :unl a p.iokrt of cuporal; by hit vi.u-s china foowleM u of matches. ami tinder." of 'II! It- In for iv run that a of the Srwfm in Unfth The lonjwn WHIM in Is ;w.-tit.v- It mvurt In tli? Inst "Love'n T.V M-H trace a Itfr Itvnld From filtvitlei Ilininc itt oiir to form rnidnik In of to I.H.klf- on Ceilinf Barher In luuv tholi celling space in oems. nro ilms to rwid the "mN" w'nio ,them, unless t.< tilt lull History Proves If <-f (lie ,.t .-..iiu- I'M. k In the 'il Mill (Pla.) l.'tnlj Lyw (Formerly The Driggs) HAROLD LLOYD T Distinguished Fur From Japan An authority snys that .Japanese inlnk conies from Japan. It is a dyed fur, and naturally will not wear as well as fur that lins not IIPPII dyed. In many cnsos, however, (italic who have had coats made from a good grade of this fur hnve been well sat- isfied with its wearing qualities. Be- fore heing dyed It is a ;-ale yellowish color. We All Have Our Pride Thare ain't but pliu men kan stick a white handkerchief into tho breast pocket ov their overcut without letting a ov it stick b! accident.- --Josh Billings. Unmarred Nature There Is one thin. 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