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latin-day. Mutch Irt I'
T 11 14 0? I M H
P. O. WODBHOUS3
CHAPTEIt I. Cnptnln Clunncr resident
"tor," Mrs. ' rwicctfs Kxcelnlor boardlnn
limmo. In found drnd In tils bedroom, un
der clrcimminnce tlmt point coneluiilvoly
to eulctdo or murder. ,.
CIIAPTJSH ll.-l'nul Hnyder, veteran
bend of a hlslily mieitinslul tiUitectlo
KRunoy, In nppunled to by Mm, T'lckotl to
tindeuvur to nolvo Hut litystury. On b
ttttifr Knydrr linn u yountf tnnn. Klllolt
OnkOH, for whom bo neon n promlnltiK ni
,ture If htn nunormul Hl(-conlllNtcn nnit
ruotldtn cin be flitiiltmtoil. Jlo tut tin tho
;fo-,oVir to t'lii'on, Bcnetly liopinit, t iji
, yomuY iilnn will full In trying (o nolvo tho
' CIIAI'TICTI lll.-Oskr-n toliou up bin re.
lilcnen In Hie bonrdlrt; hoimo under tho
niunr of JiunoN Utirloa, nnd In n report
'to Hnydor ndmltn bo Is nmliliw llttlo
ImnUwny, thouuh bo bus formed inuny
UIIaVt'KU IV.-Aflor following to tho
end 11 nmnbor of nlmiiril thoorlcn. nil of
wlilcli of roureo cotno to nolhlug, Oakan
h8 to ndmlt bo la baffled,
ClIAPTHlt V.-OnkcB vastly surprises
Knydrr by announcing tlmt bo Iiuh
Mnlvctl the inyotery nnd I ruiurnlnir Hny
der itwiiim hi' I'otiilniT with considerable
Interest, ImnKlntng tlmt hn nitiBt have
l4u mistaken In bin estimation of tho
ability of hi aubordluuto.
ClIAI'TUtt Vl.-After Oakoii'.dppnrturo
Rnyder Is vlidted by Mr. lMi'ktitt. who Is
Mioro thnn outspoken In her opinion .of
t)kcn' ntdllty, nnd IiukIib itt bta "solii
lion" of the mystery- flio uren Hnydr
to awenr out h wnrruut for the it r rent of
11 certain man, promising tlmt bvforo It
Is nerved slm will convluro blm tho per
son nnmed Ih tho murderer. Snyder dually
bit tho warrnnt prepared, stipulating
Hint it Mian not no nerveu until no ih con.
i-lnrA-l thorn l fltlfflf Imt ivlilpnen til wnr.
rant tho nrreut. Mrs. l'lckott ngrc!, nnd
tnvltim Snyder to dinner that nluht, prom
Ulng at that time to ptouueo tno evi
dence. CHAPTEft VII.
When Mr. Snyder urrlvctl nt
ICxcclslor. nnil was shown Into tin
llttlo private slttliiK-room whero the
pniiirIolrc.su held her court on tin
rnn; occasions when she entertained,
ho found Oakes ulreudy there. Oakes
"What are .you invited, too? Say 1
guess ttilK Is net Idea of winding up
the case fiiniinJIy. A Bort of old-home
week ei'lehnitlon for nil concerned."
"Well, nil I citn say l tlmt I hope
thtiro won't he tinothor ctmo of pol
ooultiR nt the tixcclslor In tlio papurfl
tomorrow. A woman like our lioHteas
hi certain to provldo Roniu npeclal
koracmat)o wlno for un occnHlnn. Wo
oucht to have had tho doctor wait out
(do with nntldotcs."
Mr. Snyder did not reply.
It struck Oakos that hi employer
wu preoccupied nad ncrvoiM. lie
irMld have Inquired Into thU unssual
frame of mind, but at that moment
the third guest of tho evening entered.
Mr. Hnydcr looked curiously at the
newcomer. Tho bl German had a
raorbld Interetit for him. Many yearn
la tho exerclnu of u profexftlon which
tenda to rob Ita voturlea of tientlment
had toiiKhened Mr. Snyder, hut thcro
vbh BouiethluK tiniiKiinl about the
present clraimatancea which struck
homo to hlu linacltiatJon.
Ho wau not used to thlfl furtive
work. Till now he had met Ills man
In tho open uh an enemy, and It Htrtick
him uu un unpteumtntly Kntcnomo
touch that ho niust preuently wit nt
sseat with one whom It might be hlx
tBBk to Kond to tho electric chnlr.
He wlnhed Mrn. Pickett could have
arranged thlnga otherwise; hut she
was his employer, and when on duty
la tlio servlco of tin employer Mr,
Snyder wus wout to Mink hlH perHonal
Caplnln Muller, the nermttn, was an
laterentlng wtudy to one In tho de
tective' peculiar position.
It wiih not Mr. Hnyder'a habit to
tnmt overmuch to appearance, hut
he could not help admitting that there
wan something about thlH man'H uh
pct which brouglit Mm. I'lckett'n
chargeg out of the realm -of tho fan
taBtlc into that of tho possible.
Here, to a Kttnlont of men llko Mr.
Snyder, was obviously a man with
Kometlilug on liliT mliiil. Tliat that
Komulhlng need not niWHuarlly ho
murder, or any crime whatsoever, tho
ltut tinder, tho lirnmiHtanecB tho
fact tliut Captain Muller wiih In u
highly nervous condition was worthy
of notice If nothing more.
There was something odd an un
natural gloom about the man, Ho
bore himself like one carrying a heavy
burden. Ills eyes were dull, his face
Tho next moment tho detective was
reproaching himself with ullowlng his
taaglnntlon to run uwuy with his
calmer judgmeut. It mortified him to
think (hut he was permitting himself
1o be carried away by a train of
thought precisely as Onkes would
f- Never th el ess, whether It was a real
iKldneus or whether Mrs. Pickett's
words hud overstlmulatcd his fancy,
there certainly did' seem eoniotblug
odd about tho Gorman. ,
I Mr. Snyder disposed himself, to
At tiilH moment (hikes gave evi
dence that he, too, had been struck by
the expression of tho other's faeo.
, "You're not looking well, ettptuln,"
, TJiq, German, j-uls'etl lils heavy eyes.
"f ttu not sieou. otU"
Tlio door opened, nnd Mrs. Pickett
- To Mr. Snyder ono of tho most ro
murknbla points about tho meal, which
for the rest of his life had a place of
Its own In his memory, Wiih tho pe
culiar metamorphosis of Mrs. Pickett
from the brooding, silent womnn ho
had known to the polished hostess,
Oakes, who had dealt with her In
her ofilclal capacity of owner and man
ager of the boarding house, was
pntently struck by the change. Mr.
Snyder found himself speculating as
to tho early history of this curious old
woman who was so very much nt case
at tho head of her own table.
Oakes, that buoyant coul, was un
able, to keep Ills surprjso (o. himself.
Ho liatl cotflo prepared Fo steel his
stomach ajtalnfit homemade wlho, ab
sorbed in grim Silence, and bo found
himself opposite it botilu of clialp
pagne of it bhVnd'ntul your which com
manded Ills utmost roHpoctt anil u
pleasant old lady whoso only nlm
seemed to bo to' nialrtj him fuel nt.
Uosltto each of tlio cuoHtn' plates
was n neat paper parcel. Llo picked
"Why, nm'nm, this in princely I
Souvenir" I 1 cnll this very liaiidsomo
of you, Mrs. IMrUnttl"
"I'es, that Is it souvenir, Mr. llur
ton. I tun glad you tiro pleased."
"PletisedT i tu overwhelmed,
"Von must not think of mo simply
its the Keeper of u hoarding house, Mr
Hurl on. 1 am an ainblllutiH hostess;
I do not often give tiitvo Utile par.
ties, but when ( do X llku to do my best
to roako them n success, l want each
of you to remember this dinner ol
"I'm siiro 1 Bhiill."
Mrs. Pickett smiled.
"1 think you all will. You, Mr. Sny
der." Shu paused. "And you, Captain
To Mr. Snyder thcro was so much
meaning In her voice as she said tills
that bo was amazed that It conveyed
no warning to tlio German
Oitytnln Muller, however, was al
ready drinking heavily. Ho looked
up when addressed and uttered tt
sound which might have been taken
for an expression of poll to aeipiles
cence. Then ho tilled Ills glass again.
Mr. Snyder, eyeing his hostess with
u tense watchfulness which told him
that bin nerves were strung to their
utmost, fnncled that her eyes gleamed
for an luslant witli sinister light.
It faded next moment, as 1.I10 turned
to speak to Oakes, who was still lin
gering his parcel with tho restless cu
riosity of a boy.
"Do wo open those, nm'nm?"
"Not yet, Mr. lturton."
"I'm wondering what mlno Is."
"I hope It will uot bo u disappoint
ment to you."
A senso of tho strangeness of-the
situation enme over Mr. Snyder with
renewed force as tho meal progressed.
He looked round tho table and won
dered If an odder quartet had ever
Oakes, his fears that tho dullness of
this dinner-party would eclipse tho
dullness of all other dinnerparties la
his experience, miraculously relieved,
was ut peace with all men. He was
In high spirits and waxed garrulous
over his wine.
Mr. Snyder could read his mind eas
ily enough. It was when he attempted
to guess at tho thoughts of his hostess
nnd tho German that he was bullied.
What was that heavy man with thn
dull eyes thinking of as ho drained and
refilled his glass? And the old woman?
She had slipped back, once the party
had begun to progress smoothly. Into
something of her former grim 'man
ner, und conversation ut table had
praftlially developed Into u mono
logue on tho part of tho unconscious
As for Mr. Snyder himself, ho felt
mysteriously deprived of his usual
healthy appetite and simultaneously
of the easy geniality which distin
guished him. He sat and crumbled
bread, nervously watchful.
Oakes picked up his souvenir again.
Ho had boon fiddling with It at Inter
vals for tho past quarter of an hour.
"Surely now, ma'am?" ho said plain
tively. "I did not wnnt them opened till
after dinner," snld Mrs. PIckott. "But
Just as you pfease."
Oakes tore tho wrapper eagerly. Ho
produced a little silver match-box,
"Thank you kindly, ma'am," ho
said. "Just whut I huvo always
Mr. Snyder's parcel revealed n
watch-charm fashioned In tho shape
of u dark lantern.
"Tlmt," said Mrs. Pickett, "Is it com
pllment to your profession." Site
leaned toward tho German. "Mr. Sny
der is 11 fTetectlve, Captain Muller."
Tlio German looked up.
It seemed to Mr, Snyder that n look
of fear lit up his heavy eyes for tin
Instunt. It camo and went, If Indeed
It camo at nil, so swiftly that ho could
not bo certain.
"So?" said Captain Muller.
He spoko quite eveuly, with just tho
amount of Interest which such un an
nouncement would uaturully produce;
but Mr. Snyder was conscious of a
return of his old feeling of distrust
for tho man.
Ho had been fighting against this
-nil tho evening, for ho hud n profes
sional horror of approaching any case
In n biased frame of mind. lib wiih
trying hlu hardest not to projudgo this
suspect, but hu found himself wnvor
ing. "Now for yours, captain," said
Oukes. "I guess It's something speclul.
'r'n' twlco tho bIsso of "mine, nny way,"
- nyjv have been, s.omoihlng in
old woman's expression ns alio wuk-hed
tlio Oorhinn slowly tearing Iho impel'
lhat Hontn thrill of excltomotU through
Something seemed to warn him of
tlio approach of the psychological mo
ment. He bent forward eagerly. Un
der tho table his hands wcro clutching
his knees In tC bruising grip.
There waa a utrangled gasp, a clat
ter, and onto the table from the Ger
man's hands there fell a little hap
In the silence which followed all
tho suspicion which Mr. Snyder had
been so sedulously keeping In check
hurst Its hounds.
Thcro was no mistaking tho look ob
tho Gorman's face now. His cheeks
wcro llko wax, and his eyes, givdull
till then, hlar.cd with a panic and hor
ror which liu could not rvpress. The
glitHses tm tho tablo rocked tis he
clutched ul the cloth.
Mrs. Picket t spoke,
"Why, t'aptaln Muller, has It up
set you? T thought Hint, as ids best
friend, the man who slimed his room,
you Would valtto a memento of Cap
tain Gunnel', How fond you must have
been of htm for tlio sight of his
hiirmotileu to be Mich it shook."
Tho German did not speak. Ho was
flaring fascinated at the thing on the
Mrs. Picket t turned, to Mr. Snyder.
Her eyes, as they met his, wero tho
eyes of n fnnntic. Tliey hold hint.
"Mr. Snyder, its a detective, you
will bo Interested In n curious affair'
which happened in thin house a few
days ago. Ono of my hoarders, CnP'
lain Gunner, was found dead In hi
room the room which hu shared with
"1 inn very proud of the reputation
of my house, Mr. Snyder, and It wiih
n blow to mo tlmt tills should have
"I applied to nn agency for a Ho
tcctlve, and they bent me a stupid boy.
with nothing to recommend blm ex
cept his belief hi himself, lie snld.
that Captain Gunner huil died by ac
cident, killed by a snake which had
come out of u crate of lainaiuiH. 1
"I knew that Captain Otintier bad
"Are you listening, Caplnln Muller7
This will Interest you, as you went
such n friend of his."
The German did not answer. Ilo
was staring straight before blm, as If
ho aw something Invisible to other
"Yesterday wu found the body of
a dog. It bad been killed, its Captain
Gunner had been, by Hie poison of a
"Tim boy from the detective agency
mid tlmt this was eoiieluUe-r-thut
the snake had escaped from tlio room
after killing Captain Gunner and kill
ed the dog. I knew that was Impossible,
for, If there bad btvim a snnko In that
room It could not have got out.
"It was not n nakc that killed Cnp
tain Gunner: It was a cat.
"Captain Gunner bad a friend. Tills
man hated him. One day, In opening
a crrtte of bananas, the friend found
a snake and killed It. He took out tho
"He knew Captain Gunner's habits;
ho know that ho played a harmonica.
"This man had a cat. Ho knew that
cats hated tho sound of tho har
monica. He had often seen this par
ticular rat fly nt Captain Gunner and
scratch him when bo played.
"Hu took tho cat and covered Its
clows with the poison. And then ho
left It In tho room with Captain Gun
ner. Ho knew what would happen."
Onkes and Mr. Snyder were on their
feet. The German bad not moved. He
Mit there, his fingers gripping tho
Mrs. Pickett roso and went to n
closet. She unlocked tho door.
"Kitty I" she called. "Kitty I Kitty I"
A black cat ran swiftly out Into the
With a clatter of crockery and a
rlnglug of glasa tho titbln heaved,
rocked, and overturned as the German
staggered to his feet. Hu throw up his
hands as If to ward something off, A
choking cry came from his lips.
Mrs. Pickett's voice rang through tho
room, cold and biting:
"Captain Muller, you, murdered Cap
tain Gunner 1"
Tho German shuddered. Then me
chanically ho replied:
"Gottl Yes, I killed him."
"You henrd, Mr. Snyder," fnld Mrs.
Pickett. "Uo has confessed before
witnesses, Take him nway."
Tho (lermait allowed himself to bo
moved toward tho door. Ills nrm In
Mr. Snyder's grip felt limp nnd life
less. Mrs. Pickett stooped nnd took some
thing from tho debris on tlio floor. Sho
rose, holding the harmonica,
"You tiro forgetting your Bouvculr,
Cuptaln Muller," site said,
Wo InslHt, howovor, that thoro Is
no comparison bolwoon tho prevail
ing prico Inflations und automohllo
tiros. Tho latter sometimes blow up.
Uoauty, they say, is only skin doop
Hut that, wo Imaglno, duponda upon
whether or not it Is of tho drug store
;Whon you aro weary, and your
spirits nro drooping, nnd you want
to onjoy n good old-fushlonod laugh.
Juat think of (ho agony of mind f
our' distinguish, od crpp 'of-presiden
tial aspirunifli tjio mtspdjiBQ must
simply bo h 1.
1 1 ,
It's comfort Inr to kliow 'Hint nrbl.
trillion is coming into stylo', mid dis
quieting to knovw that stylo., inovor
Gains for 1919 Must Bo Figured
Under U. S. Law Returns
Due March 15.
LAND SALE PROFITS TAXABLE,
Necesry Farm Expenses May Be
Deducted Special Form for Farm
Income Cash er Accrual
Basis for Computing.
A funnel'. nliopHvopef nrlWuloMiuoii
iiitisi ilgtiio up Ills tii't Int bnio'fiir liilll;
and If the farm or business iucuiiie
plus his other liu-nnio wus siilllclont to
ivqulro tin liieoino tax re) urn a com
plete return must bo tiled with the col
lector or Ititermil revenue by Miueli I ft.
A runner should iiHcerlulii the grM
Income or Ids farm by computing all
gains derived from the wile or ex
change of Ids products, whoiher pro
duced on the farm or purchased and
From his rross Income a farmer Is
allowed to charge tiff all of his neces
sary expetiM's In Iho conduct of the
farm dining the year. These Inelinlo
costs of planting, eulllvntliig, harvest
ing nlid marketing. In tmltllllon to
these ooHtM lie may deduct money spent
for ordinary rami twbj or short lire
bought -during the your, such its shov
els, rakes, ete. Also, tile cost or feed
purchnseil for Ids lvo Hock may be
treated as un exjienne In so far as this
coh represeiits actual outlay, but the
value or bin own products red to tuil
tliitls Is not il deductible Mem.
Other farm expeiise allowable are
the com or minor repairs on buildings
(hill not the dwelling hoilM),nn fenccM,
wagons and farm machinery: also bills
paid rnr horxeshoelug. stock powders,
rock nail, services or veterinary, Insur
ance (except mi dwelling Iiouhc), gaso
line for' operating power and sundry
other expehhos which wore paid for In
As to hired help, nil the productive
labor Is n deductible omm-iiko; but tin'
waucK ut hiitiwolmhl servants, or help
hired to liupiove the rami, as In tree
planting, ditching. He., cannot be
claimed ngnlimt comings. A runner Is
not allowed to claim a Hilary ror him
Notr or members of his family who
work on the rami.
Wear nnd Tenr.
Purchase ur fnrm machinery, wag
ons, work iinliimls, etc., iiIho the cost
or construction or extension of build
ings, silos, fencing, etc., hhotild bo con
sidered uihllllonal Investments In the
farm and are uot proper deductions
A reasonable allowance may be
claimed for wear add tear on farm
buildings (except tho farmhouse),
fences, machinery, work animals, wag
ons, tanks, windmills nnd other farm
equipment which Is used In tho con
duct of the fann,
As to niitos and tractors, Iho cost of
these is not an expense, although the
cost of their upkeep Ih an allowable
deduction, If tlio machines are used ex
clusively for rain i purposes and not
ror pleasure. Also, In such cases, n de
duction ror wear aud'lcnr Is allowed.
The loi or n growing crop Is not n
proper deduction front Income, Inas
much as tho vnlue of the crop hud not
licen taken Into groH Income, The
loss of a building or of machinery
through Mtni'in, lightning, llooth etc., Is
nn allowable deduction, hut care should
bo lined to ascertain the correct Iohh
sustained, us restricted by Ineomo tax
No deduction Is allowed In Iho case
of Ions of animals raised on tho farm,
but a ohs Is deductible from gross In
eomo If the animals bad been pur
chased for draft or breeding ptitiosca.
Khrliikugciln weight or value of farm
products hold for favorable market
prices cannot be deducted as a loss, for
tlio reason that when such products
are sold Iho shrinkage will ho reflected
In tho selling price.
Salo of Farms and Land.
The value of agricultural lauds has
been Jumping during the past few
years, and during lUlr) ninny owners
sold out putt or ul of their lands at
big prollls. AH such gttln constitute
Income nnd nilist ho tnKeu Into Iho net
.Income for the year.
Any person who sold part of n fnrm
or ranch, or part of a parcel or land,
must also show any gains realized by
The method of figuring gains and
losxcs on such transactions y pro
scribed In the Income Tax regulations,
copies of which may bo set'iiYed from
Internal lUivcnuo Collectors.
Forms for Returns.
Tho Internal Itovonue Ilureau has
Issued ait Improved Form 10IOF for
the use of farmers. ' This form, to
gether with Form 1010A or 10-10, will
give Iho farmer explicit Information
as to how to properly figure his net
Income for 1010.
There am two methods of figuring n
farmer's Income tax return tlds year,
lie may tuiiko Ids return on the basis
of (he illlYoreiico between tho money
ami goods received for his products
mid the cash paid out for actual allow
able farm oNponsea within the year,
Or' lie may mnUo Ids return on tho ac
itiiuI hijHljf. twhlch means computing
,tho reVciptH und expenses that pertain
to tho taxable year, excluding Income
Ciinu'I nntl expenses Incurred In pre
vious oy succeeding years.
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AnKlmm otA-i nlll.ru COtllll Well llf-
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French gardeners regarding tho usn
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cases where French gardeners nro
,n.t,in nn rnntmt lund. u Hahko
tlmt Hhntttd tho
k . t.-. . . ,i I n I
gurooner uo ruiiuuuu '" ;
I...., Im nnvMiifinfi fti ctimnvfl inn
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top soil to a spocltlod depth. It Is
....!.,.. in ann.lv nllVnrhnrn frntll
4 tn s inches or triftnuru a your
.i ..-i. -.1 u rnt.l.. I.. Mitinnaliiil
fend mixed with tho soil and in tho
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COIirso or a tow wooks nneouien n iiun..m;i..
of tho sold Itsolf. It Is needless to -o-
ututn tlmt. Homu enormous crops nro Orogon manufacturers nrrt
irrown on Ibis land.
-- . .
Whllo It would not bo postdblu
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flclont quantities of manure to apply
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11 HI IIIU rillU llllll Ik 13 wntw w
kronen Kitruunein, joi u
.ii.uibt itn mtidn to hocuro us much
. i ., j ..ITiivl
tliiii material as possible nnd put
directly upon thn land wncn mtoii
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I corner or tho gnrdott v. in
tlllllg ill tilO llfttttrO of inUtlll
ill tilled tltltl COmtlOStOCl IOgCt.1 IT
good ono. Into, this jdlo shoo
nn wceon mtu cm noiwcnr vuy
'nolo seeds, pieces oi boo, mi
In from tho Inwn. loaves and ro
IJy turning tho pile at ititcn
Ik. t-lr-li miitlnur mntnrlflt In tir
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wiultii ih hijilhuiu iui iuu uiunnir
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.garden soil. Owing to the Hi
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1 llinun rrnnu thAl make a OUlck
'unci ronulro plenty of fertility J,'
ltloaan.cn of nil clnsses have wind
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given jobs to roturncu snmierill
- 'romalim for tho consumer ne
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of liouses going and thus ctoh
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It employment for men returr-a
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nniply protected, but will bo actually!
nnd glowlnR effulgence of thanlts ts
uoro acceptably in tho year to come.i