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DOES NOT PAY 



LET 6LEASM, PIBLISIEI- CHARLES BIRO AND BOB WOOD. EDITORS 




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RIME DOES W 

CHIP GMUffiB! private 

FOLLOWS A FR ANTIC CALL FOR HELP INTO THE 
WILDEST CAPES OF HIS CAREER/ HE'S A . 

SETUP FOR MURDER 

THE CASE OF THE RING THAT CRACKED ITSELF 



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MEANWHILE, BACK AT W OFFICE, 

wewoy was oue fob her shake 

OF SUSFVlSES THAT MIGHT... 




CRIME DOES 



O T PAY 



WhEN THEY HAD LEFT AND I STARTED TO 
TURN AWW, MY ARM TDUCHEO FLESH-COLD 
FLESH! I SWUNG AROUND TO CONFRONT- 
NOT A SCARECROW BUT A COWPSf ! A 

■ CORPSE TIED TO THE 
THEY DION'T J CROSSaAR THAT 
STOP TO LOOK AT 1 FORMED THE ARMS 
THIS! THEY KNEW J Of THE SCARECROW! 



A PEW MINUTES LATER. STBAtTHaLY 
QUNNiWG AND DUCKING, I MADE THE. 
DOOR OF THE FARMHOUSE... 



WHY. YES- \^ 

r suppose r 
so! 

COME I 




Wendy caught on quoclvJ she 
called m£ *ravand apologized 
for being late! but the colo 
sweat of pear was breaking 
out all ove« mej what next? 
i c"al£d l/eutenant rodney 
at police headquarters.' he 

PROMISED TO GET A SCtiAD CAR 
OVER TO MY OFFICE IMMEDIATELY 
AND TO FOLLOW tTIN PERSON 1 
HE ALSO PROMISED TO ALERT 
THE STATE POLICE! MY THIRD 
CALL WAS TO THE STATE POLICE! 
I ASKED THEM TO PICK L*» THj 
DETOUR SIGNS AND MEET ME ON 
THE MAJN HIGHWAY I WHEN 
FINALLY I PUT DOWN THE PHONE 
I NOTICED HOW STILL EVERY- 
THINS WAS IN THE HOUSE! MY 
FLESH WAS CREEPING! I DON'T 
TRUST ANYBODY! I KEPT MY 
BACK TO THE WALL AS I HANDED 
THE WOMAN A CIVE SPOT TO 
COVER THE CALLS AND STARTED 
FOR THE DOOR... 



THE LOOK ON HER FACE WARNED MEt 
I CODGEO JUST IN TIME I LUCK WAS 
WITH ME A6AIN! A BULLET WENT 
'SPLAAT- AGAINST THE DOOR PANEL. 
AND 1 LIT OUT FOR THE ROAD... 




NOT 








VOU CAN U'VTif WE LATER Vg 
UEUTEnANT ROOWEV! 
SETTER GET ON THAT PHONE." 1 
ThEVRE GCHNG TO BLOW I 
THE SAFE Of THE STEEL 1 
COUNTY OETECTIVfi / 
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By THE TIMS BOONEY 
got ho call 
through tv the 
state police the 
coroner had removed 

THE MAN* BOOy FROM 
THE SCARECROW AND 
ff WAS ON ITS WAT TO 
THE MORGUE) THE 
MOTHER OF THE 
MURDERED AVWJ \W>5 
UWDEG A DOCTOR'S 
CARE! TWO STATE 
POLICEMEN RAD BEEN 
STATIONED AT THE 
FARMHOUSE TO PffOT^CT 
HER AGAINST THE 
POSSIBLE RETURN OP 
THE MOBl My CAR HAD 
BEEN HAULED TO A 
POLICE GARAGE AKJD I 
HAD JUST WALkED INTO 
THE BARRACKS WHEN 
RODNEY'S OLL CAME 
THROUGH... 





CRIME DOES NOT 




C R I M E DOES NOT PAY 



AT HEADOUARTERS WE WERE FOLLOWING EVERY OETAIL CF THE 
EXCfTlMS CHASE BY MAP AND SHOUT WAVE BADJO... 



THEY'RE HEADING BACK 
TOWABD TOWN! PROBABLY 
TRYING TO SHAKE CFF PURSUIT* 
RADO CC TO LAV OF?'. WE 
CAN PICK UP 
THE TAIL AT 
ROUTE I03! 

I've oar 

AN IDEA". 





""ApTAlN 5IM5 
' AGREED TO My 
' PLAN! THERE'D BS 
POLICE WATCHING, 
BUT MO RAID 
UNLESS Z 
' FAILED TO SHOW 
WTTHlN A REASON 
ABLE LENGTH OF TIME! IF I 
COULD TRICK "B»G RED* OUT 
OF MIS TERRITORY INTO MINE. 
StMS WAS TO CONTACT 
RPONEyANO HAVE HIM SET 
THE STAGE FOR THE BIG BLOW- 
OFF! 

IT TOOK ME ALMOST AW HOUR 
TO HIKE AROUND THE HILL 
AND CUMB OVER IT! I CAME 
DOWN ttj THE BED OFALfTTLE 
STREAM! AS I NEARED THE 
GROUNDS. A STICK CRACKED, 
AND PEBBLES ROLLED 
DOWN.,. 



NOT pay 





O T PAY 



I COULD FEEL THE STING OF DANGER 'N THE AJR-.MV 5K/N 
CRAWLED' I KNEW B*3 RED WASVT FALUNG COMPLETELV 
FOR MV GAME! HE WAS UP TO SOMETHING JLST A5 r WAS. 




yOuR LUG BROUGHT 
HER HOME, ALL fllGHTt 
BUT Tr*AT* NO WAV 
TO TREAT A LAD*! 
ME/J WHAT'S TMf 
(SUN FOR? 




Gun or no Gun, ' 
'■O.'Bt NOT MOU>NG 
ME HERE. NEVILLE.' 
you CAN'T R*SK A 
SHOT' >OL/RE 
ALONE WTTH THREE 
VITNESS 



OH y£AH* JUST TOY AND WALK 
l OUT OF THAT DOOR AND SEE 
WHAT HAPPENS! D-D VOU THINK 
1 WAS DUMB ENOUGH TO COME 
UNGUARDED' CNE OF MV 
CARS FOLLOWED US — 
AS USUAL! 




&S REDS MEN WERE THERE, ALLB/GHT.' WHEN I DUCKED 




BACK. -THE Y CAME AFTER ME, IPJTO THE ROOM} THAT 




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Bi'? RED NEVILLE WAS 
BOI.iNG THE N£>T DAY 
WHEN HE SAW THOSE 
AFFIDAVITS IN THE COURT 
ROOM! UN-n.THE SUSAN 
BOYLE SNATCH. T.IERE HADN'T 
BEEN A SHR£0 ^F EVIDENCE 
TO CONNECT HM WITH THE 
RING! HE HAD „OST SEEN 
THE THIRTEENTH NAME ON 
A LIST OF SUSPECTS! NOW 
WE WECE ABLE TO THROW 
THE BOOK AT HIM! SUSAN 
BOYLE5 TESTlMONy PROVED 
THAT THE RING HAD DE- 
FRAUDED STEEL COUNTy 
OP. HUGE TAX FUNDS, BUT 
IT WAS THE MURDER OF 
THE FARMER'S SON THAT 
TOPPED THE LONG LIST OF 
CHARGES! NEVILLE WAS 
FACE TO FACE WITH, THE 
ELECTRIC CHAIR- 1 



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So THAT WAS THE ST*IV 
OF " THE RING THAT CRACKED 
ITSELF \' A ERANTIC CALL 
FOR HELP OVER THE FHONfi 

had started a chain of 
events ending in the 
murder conviction of 
one of the biggest 
gamblers in the east* 
but the stdrv d»dnt 
stop there; beale, the 
rod who had captured 
wendv got awav) and he 
was clever enough to 
move into the spot 
neville vacated, though 
beale wasn't a gamblerj 
his interests lay in 
another direction, and 
thev led to one of the 
most thrilling adventures 
i have ever encountered! 
i call that owe "the 
case of the deaths head 
ruby"! i'll tell you 
about it next month.' 

/"the end} 

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CRIME DOES 



OT PAY 



REAMER WAS BROKE, BUT REAMER WAS SMART/ HE COULD BE COUNTED 
UPON NOT TO OVERLOOK ANY OPPORTUNITY THAT HHS THROWN IN HIS 
PATH-EVEN A SUBWAY WRECK/ BUT HE FIGURED WITHOUT THE 
KILLER IN THE RED MASK AND THE RE/HOTS POSSIBILITY OF 




CRIM 



STILL. J GOT OUT OWING 
HCtZ THKEE GRAND' LET 
MCa TRy ANO COLLECT 
HMMi ONLY ENOUGH 
MONEY POR COFFEE AND 
OOUGHNL/TS! THIS 10 
THE LOWEST tfVE SUNK 

rrri up till wow, at 

LEAST I KNEW WHERE 
MV NEXT MEAL WAS 

COMtNG prom: 




CRIME 



VET THAT WONT SOLVE ANY- 
1MNCN eENlOSTS GOT CONNEC- 
tions all over the country! 
he'd just make a few 
phone caua amd halp tw£ 
hoods in america would 
be hunting «v 
head; 



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WHEREVER MXJ GO THAT 

KILLER HEADLINE STARES 

YOU INI THE FACE... 

MAKES VOU PEE 





HE'S PROBABLY JU5T A HEfST- 
MAN WITH GROTESQUE SENSE 
OF HUMOR* X OUGHT TO 
kNOW! I'VE HAD ENOUGH 
EXPERIENCE WITH PSYCHO- 
STUNTS— WAIT A MINUTE! - 
WHAT'S THIS ITEM' ^_^ 




Bbsm 5 



COR CRYING OUT LOUD! 
COULD IMITATE TRAUMATIC 
SHOCK WTTHOUT BLINKING AN 
EYELASH. 1 DIDN'T I BLUFF MY 
WAVOUT OF THE ARMY* GOT A 
MEDICAL DISCHARGE WITHOUT 

HAVING ANYTHING WRON. 
EPT INDIGESTIOAJ; 




IF .YOU WORK IT RIGHT. NO DOCTOR 1 
IN THE WORLD CAN PROVE YOU'RE NOT , 
BLUCPING! I COULD HAVE THAT JURY , 
CRYING IN THEIR SEATS! ACCIDENT 
JURIES ACE ALWAYS A SOFT 
TOUCH! BAHI SOME GUY5 HAVE 
ALL THE LUCK.' 




TWO AND A HALF HOURS LATER, 


AS EARLY MORN.'NG WORKERS 


TILLED THE 


SUP WAV.. 


' HEY. YOU! *■ 


LOOK HOW HE 


WAKE UP! 


.SPREADS HIMSELF 


PEOPLE WANT TO 


OUT, LIKE HE 


^SlT DOWN'. , 


L OWNED THE , 




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TAKE IT t|pS 


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CRIME DOES 



"THIS IS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! 
I CAW COLLECT U*E TMV GEORGE 
WHAT'S -MS-NAME! I CAN PRETEND 
TO BE PARALYZED — BOTH LEGS... 
ONE ARM. ..I GOT AWAy WITH A BLUFF . 
BEFORE, WHY WOT WOW* 




BOi WHEN THE 

STRETC HER- BEACERS 
CAME FOR MACK 
REAMER... 



OT PAY 



H... HELP ME! I CANT 
GET UP... I DONT 
FEEL. ANYTHING IN MY 
LEGS1 W... WHAT'S THE 

MATTER* WHY CANT 
I FEEL AW/THING? 

fa 



SOUNDS^ 
UKE TVtS 
MAN IS 
PARALYZED, 

joei.-.TAfcfE 
rr easy, 

FELLOW! WE'LL 
HAVE YOU OUT IN 
A JIFFY! 





BUT THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE! 
THERE'S MOTH IMG WRONG 
WITH My LEGS ! YDU . 
YOURSELF SAID MY 
SPINAL COLUMN WAS 
UNINJURED! 



I DONT 
WANT MONEY! 
WHATS MONEY 
IF I CAN'T 
WALK AGAIKH 
WHY DID THIS 
HAVE TO 
HAPPEN TO . 
ME' WHVI J 




A FEW DAYS LATER- 



LIKE I SAID BEFORE. 
NOW I CAN PAY YOU, 
FENTON— WTTH INTEREST! 
MY LAWYER. THE BEST 
MOUTHPIECE *J TOWN, 

is suing the crry for 

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never mentioned it to each other. They were 
•oo busy practicing their own methods to bother 
with theories. What little reading they did was 
concerned wirh racing forms. The two had a 
formula which applied equally well to arson, 
larceny, forgery and murder. They tackled each 
job as if came along, made sure their tracks were 
covered, and whenever possible, pinned the mis- 
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The way they tossed money away on the races, 
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the easy way! But nobody ever checked on their 
bets and, after all, some horses did bring in 
money. So they were classed as lucky, even by 
the Pinkerton deieciives who kept an eye on 
shady characters at Belmont, Laurel, Pimlico and 
other tracks as far south as Hialeah. 

Trapp and Soft Shoe were so confident of their 
ability to dodge the law (hat (hey had picked 
Old Singleton Prout as the jock pot to end all 
jack pots, should the need arise! Singleton was 
a horse-player, too, in his.oWh way. He studied 
the horses, the jockeys, (he weather and running 
conditions a( a track, (hen made book on his 



findings. But he pn!y accepted bets on horses he 
felt sure would lose! The fact that he gave good 
odds kept his customers coming back, and his 
weekly take would have made any regular bookie 
jealous. 

Singleton also mimeographed a confidential 
scratch sheet of winners, which he sold at five 
bucks per copy to a small group of regulars, 
including Trapp and Soft Shoe. All that those in 
the know had to do was ring the old man's 
bell after eight P.M. and trade a bill for tomor- 
row's racing score! 

Because they were customers deluxe, Singleton 
had occasionally invited Trapp and Soft Shoe 
into his basement rooms when (he weather was 
bad, and (he ink hadn'( dried on his scratch 
sheets. Each time their keen eyes had spotted 
bundles of green stuff (hat was neither cabbage 
nor spinach but answered to cither nickname! 

Tonight the partners were going to snitch 
those bundles! Shortly before eight they ap- 
proached Singleton's apartment, ntu by the front 
door— which lay between Jerry's newsstand and 
Mike's barber shop— but by the back alley. Trapp 
tinkered with (he lock on (he back door. It 
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in the cat-footed style which had won him his 
dime. He reached the doorway of the little room 
Singleton used as an office, still undiscovered. 
The old man was leaning, stoop shouldered, over 
a table in the corner, lit only by the inadequate 
rays of a flashlight which lay at his elbow. He 
was making sure the ink was dry oo the day's 
sheets. 

Soft Shoe lived up 10 his reputation as he 
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dles of currency he had seen stacked there. As 
neatly as though the scene had been rehearsed, 
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turned rhe other way in the semi-darkness. The 
old man carried his racing sheets to a desk near 
the door, and tugged on a lamp-cord, but (he 
light did not come on! He picked up a phone 
from the desk and dialed a number. 

"Hello! Hello!" Singleton looked annoyed. 
"Yes, this is Prout again! No, the electrician isn't 
here yet. . . . You're sure he's on his way? . . . 
Well . . ." 

Soft Shoe had almost reached the door when 
Singleton slammed the receiver down abruptly 
and turned. Only for an instant did the old man 
look startled, then, seeing the cash in the crook's 
hands, Singleton pounched for the desk, whipped 
a gun from a half-open drawer and came full 
about in what seemed like a single move. Soft 
Shoe had no time to dodge before the old man 
was upon him. 

But Singleton never used the gun. Trapp 
Kelper was in the doorway. His hand had only 
a short distance to travel with the thing it cur- 
ried. A blackjack thudded dully at the base of 
Singleton Prout's skull and the old man dropped 
like a poled ox! Soft Shoe Morton sucked in 
his breath. 

"Yipes, Trapp! That was for keeps!" 

"Right! All we needed was a chump to take 
the rap and he's on bis way! The electrician is 
due! Step on it!" 

Soft Shoe nodded. Trapp pulled a late paper 
from his pocket and tossed it on the desk. He 
picked iip three scratch sheets, and nudged Soft 
Shoe through the door, leaving it ajar. 

Safely back on the front street, Soft Shoe sidled 
into the barber shop and spoke to Mike, who 
was busy shaving a customer. Both could sec 
Trapp going down the steps to Singleton's door 
througtj the big window. 

"Slip me five, Mike, and I'll pick up your 
Singleton special. Tomorrow's supposed to be 
red hot." 

Mike stepped to the cash register, dug out a 
bill and passed it over. Soft Shoe hurried out and 
joined Trapp, who was pressing Singleton's 
doorbell. Both spoke aloud in greeting, as though 
the old man had answered the door, then Soft 
Shoe stepped up to the sidewalk where Jerry 
was peering around from his newsstand into the 
vague dark below. 

"Old Proui wants his late paper, Jerry," Soft 
Shoe said, picking up a copy from the stand. 
This had happened a number of times before 



when Singleton had actually been present! Jerry 
would practically swear he'd seen the old roan 
down there at the door— and heard his voice! 

The newspaper went under Soft Shoe's coat 
(although it was s|ightly lumpy with green- 
backs!) and stayed there until he and Trapp re- 
entered the barber shop. While Trapp was hand- 
ing Mike a copy of the scratch sheet, Soft Shoe 
dropped the paper on a chair where any customer 
could have left it. 

Trapp and Soft Shoe were playing at their 
favorite poolroom less than an hour later when 
Inspector Tim MacManus walked in on them. 

"You two were the last to see Singleton Prout 
alive," he said. "Tell me the details. Just what 
happened when you stopped there." 

"You mean the old man kicked in?" Soft Shoe 
looked astounded. The inspector nodded and 
looked at Trapp. 

"Well, we rang the bell," Trapp said, "and 
when Prout came to the door, we bought three 
scratch sheets— one apiece and one for Mike, the 
barber." 

"Yeah,"' Soft Shoe put in, "and I got his paper 
for him from Jerry." 

"I saw che newspaper on Prout's desk," Mac- 
Manus nodded. "You say he came right away 
when Kelper rang the doorbell?" 

"1 didn't say that," Soft Shoe drawled, "but 
as a matter of fact he did. Come eight o'clock 
and Old Singleton listened for that door like 
it was a dinner call! But with customers paying 
five bucks apiece, who could blame him?" 

"Nobody could." the inspector decided. He 
turned to a detective who had followed him in. 
"Bring that fellow in here." 

Trapp and Soft Shoe could tell by the man's 
panic that he was their fall guy, the electrician. 
He, taking the two crooks to be friends of 
Singleton Prout, broke down completely. 

"J didn't do it!" He was almost in tears. "So 
help me, I didn't! 1 came because Mr. Prout kept 
phoning about an electrician. The door was 
open, so 1 walked in. When J saw him lying there 
1 couldn't believe it, but I called the police. Why 
would I—?" , 

The two crooks were staring blankly, as though 
they had suddenly lost a dear friend. Inspector 
MacManus' face was a mask as he said: "Tell 
them why you went there, Jennings!" 

"Mr. Prout kept calling and calling. 1 never 
heard anybody kick up such a fuss (list hecausc 
their front doorbell was out of order!" 

"And what time did you arrive?" MttcManiU 
pressed 'him. 

"Almost exactly at eight o'clock," Jennings 
said. "1 got the lights going right after tailing 
you. You arrived at eight twenty-one!" 

MacManus was watching two faces, melt, 
freeze, melt again Trapp Kelper and Soft Shoe 
Morton were both thinking of an electrician 
whose wiring did not fail— the man up the river 
who tested the electric chair! 

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NEARLY-BLIND DOCTOR WAS A MASTER- 
STROKE OF PLANNING, OF ACTING, OF 
OUICK TUN KING! ON HIS WAV HOME 
HENR^ STOPPED IN SEVERAL DRUGSTORES 
AND PURCHASED A NUMBER OF HOT WATER 
BOTTLES... 



PAY 



"'W8VEri6 J WURRV, GIVE MYSELF TlMETO 
WORK UP A GOOD SWEAT, A FEVER, 
BEFORE... SOMEBODY'S AT THE FRONT 
OOOfl-DR MARiN. PERHAPS) OH.DEAR, 
THE OOMPUCATIOWS! 





TSK'. XJUR HEART 
'5 BEATING LIKE A 
TRIPHAMMER, AAR 
CAMPBELL! YOU 
SHOULD BE IN A 
HOSPITAL! YOUR 
BREATHING B SO 
RAPID! AND YOU'RE 
WHEE2ING... WAS 
THAT YOUR WIFE WHO 
LET ME IN 
SHOULD UKE TO 
TALK wrm 
HER. 



FATE SEEMED TO BE ON HENRYS 
SIDE— NOT ONLY HAD THE DOC- 
TOR UNWITTINGLY FURNISHED A 
DEATH CEJTnFICArE, BUT MIS 
SIGNATURE AS WELL ON THE 
PRESCRIPTION ! 



...THERE-HEWRy GOMPEL IS 
DEAD OF BROKCHO -PNEUMONIA 
FROM HERE ON, I MUST BE EX- 
TREMELY CAREFUL. 1 NO NEED TO 
LET THAT BUSYBODY MRS. ROSS, 
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS! 
XL MAKE A OUICK RECOVERY 
ANO PULL OUT OF HERE! 



LATER THAT WEEK, 'ELIZA GOMPEL7 ARMED 
WITH THE DEATH CERTIFICATE AND OTHER 
FORGED PAPERS- HURRIED TO THE OFFICES 
OF THE PINNACLE UFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 



I DONT UKE TO A WELL. EVERYTHING 
APPEAR .MERCENARY \ SEEMS TO BE IN 
SO SOON AFTER MY 1 ORDER! I'LL SEE TO IT 
POOR HENRYS DEATH, (THAT YOU VvONT HAVE 
BUT— WELL, rT*S /TO WAIT LOW' FOR A 
CHECK, MRS GOMPEL- 
AND MAY I EXTEND 
MY SlWCEREST 
SYMPATHY? I KNOW 
WHAT A SHOCK THIS HAS 
KEN TO VOU: 



JUST THAT I'M SO 

N NSED OF 

MONEY- . 



NOT LONG 
AFTERWARD, 
A CHECK MAOE- 
OUT TO ELIZA 
GOMPEL. BENEFICI- 
ARY ARRIVED 
AT THE BOARD- 
ING HOUSE AND 
WAS ©UICKLY CASHED 
BY THE "BEREAVED 
WIDOW"! HENRY 
COMPEL KNEW IT 
WOULD BE SAFER TO 
LEAVE NEW YORK 
NOW! HE TOLD 
MRS. ROSS THAT 
HE WAS GOING 
TO CALIFORNIA FOR 
HIS HEALTH! BUT 
SOMETHING WAS 
BOTHERING THE 
LANDLADY.- . 



I MUST SAY MR. GOMPEL 
HAS ACTED STRAUGELY THESE 
LAST FEW DAYS. .SNEAKING 
AROUND, HARDLY LEAVING 
HIS ROOM! NOW WHATB HE 
UP TO WITH THAT BUNDLE— 
AND SO EARLY IN THE MORN- 
WO. UKE HE DOESN'T WANT 
TO BE SEEN! AMD AFTER 
MRS. GCMPEl'S DISAP- 
PEARANCE! MAY- 
BE I SHOULD 
GOTO THE 
POUCE! 



WELL, IT'S OVER 
NOW'. "EU7A GOMPEL' 
IS NO MORE! FIRST, 
I GET RID OF THESE 
, COSTUMES! THEN THE 
I WIGS ANO MAKE-UP , 
. GO DOWN SOME 1 
1 SEM/ER! THEN, I'LL 1 
BE FREE IN CANADA \ 
OR MEXICO! I'LL / 
LIVE ON THAT y 
TEN thousand: 






AFTER MUCH THOUGHT, MRS. ROS5 PAID A 
VSIT TO POLCE HEADOUARTER5... 



I DON'T SEE ANYTHING \ T DONT BELIEVE 
WRONG WITH THROWING J IT! I HAVEN'T 
AWAY OLD CLOTHES, LADX7 SEEN HER SINCE 



OR WITH GOING TO 

CALIFORNIA, EITHER! 

YOU SAY THIS GOMPEL 

TOLD YOU HIS WIFE 

WENT OUT WEST 

TO FIND A PLACE 

FOR THEM TO 

LIVE 



HE BECAME ILL 
SEVERAL WEEKS A60: 
I'V KEPT MY EYES 
OPEN, BUT NOT A 
SIGN OF HER! BE- 
SIDES. WHY WOULD 
HE THROW HER 
CLOTHES AWAY, 
UNLESS— " 




CRIME DOES NOT PAY 




Suspicion of 
murder mr gompel 

rw AFRAID WE'LL 
HAVE TO DETAIN YOU 
AUTTLE LONGER-AT 
LEAST UNTIL WE 
t_EARN WHERE 
YOUR WIFE IS — 
IF SHE'S 
AUVE! 



MURQaUf a Bur 

THIS (S RIDICULOUS! 
(THERE IS NO MRS- 
GOMPEJ.! «VE NEVER 
BEEN...! MEAW.^,^ 

/THAT'S A LIE! THERE 

/WAS A MRS. GOMPEL! 

I'VE SPOKEN WTTH 

HER A COZEN TIMES! 

IF THERE ISN'T A 

MRS. GOMPEL NOW, 

ITS ONIV BECAUSE 

THIS BEAST HAS 

.DONE AIAAY 
| A *TTH HER.' 



SO, HENRY GOMPEL 

WAS LOCKED UP 

IN THE TOMB6! 

SEVERAL DAYS 

LATER, LOS ANGELES ■ 
AUTHORITIES WIRED 
THAT THEV COULD FIND 
NO TRACE OF EL'ZA 
GOMPEL! MEANWHILE, 
THE NEW YORK POLCE 
MAO UNCOVERED THE 
THJ THOUSAND DOLLARS 
IN HENRYS SUITCASE! 
TERRIFIEO, HENRY WAS 
NOW WU-UNG ">0 TELL 
All ABOUT HOW HE 
HAD DEFRALiOED THE 
INSURANCE COMClA\Y BUT 
THE MAN WHO HAD 
SOLD HIM "THE POLICY 
ALSO SWORE THAT HE 
KNEW ELIZA GOMPCLl 
THAT DID *Tl- 

HENRY WAS iNOCTED 

FOR MURDER! 




..AND IN MY OPINION, 
THiS SWiNDUSR FORCED 

his wife to bring the 
false death certificate 
to .we to claim, the 
benefits' todenythg 
em stench of that 
poor woman ps an out- 
rageous fabrication: 




CURCLBlV ENOUGH, IT WAS A DEFENSE WITNESS WHO 
D'D-HENgy GOMPEL THE MOST HARM.- - 

I ASK VOU TQ\ WELL, I TRIED NOT TO HURT HrS FffcLINGr^ 
EXPLAIN MORE \ BUT H6 ACT WAS TERRIBLE! NO ONE 
FULLY WHY ' YOU \ WAS SUPPOSED TO KNOW GOMPEL 
REFUSED TO LET I WAS A MAN TILL THE FIMSH, WHEN H 
THE DEFENDANT /CAUGHT H*5 WIG ON AN UMBRELLA RjB 
CONTINUE IN / BUT ONE MAN CALLED OUT, u TAk£ OFFj 
YOUR T*SJ>* FAKE HAIR, MISTER, WE KNOW ^OJ^ 
VAUDEVILLE \ """w^ ANT NO LADY!'. 
fc.-BlU^SlR! 



% 



CRIME DOES 



THOSE who 
BELIEVED THAT 
EVEN COMPELS 
OWN ATTORNEY 
WAS COMNCED 
OCMJSOUILT! 
INDEED, MIS 

et*o«t ON 

BEHALF OC fr*S 
CLIENT CUD 
SEEM HALF- 
HEARTED: THEN 
CAA\E Tl v\E TO 
SUM UP FOR 
THE STATE OF 
NEWVORK... 



fwt KAV^ PROVED BEMDND A DOU8T THAT \ 
THERE WAS AMRS.GOWPEL' THE DEFEN- 
DANT APPARENTIY BBJEVSD THAT IF MB 
MERELY GOT RID OF ELIZA GOMPCL"S BOOM 
IT WOULD BE POSSIBLE TO PROSECUTE HIM ! 
BUT THE LAW NEEDS ONLY THE CORPUS 
DELICTI — PWOOF THAT THE VICTIM EXISTED 
AND HAS BV SOME MEANS BEEW DONE S 
AWAV WITH! 



O T PAY 



YOU'VE SEEN EXHBTT ONE -THE CLOTHING OF THIS 
MAN'S WIFE! WOW, WHOSE STORY WILL YOU BELIEVE - 
THAT OF A CONFESSED 5VMKOLER, A MAW WVOSE 
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<W>NY OF THOSE RELIABLE WITNESSES, VMO,^ * 

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OT PAY 




ALL FOUR OF THB SUSPECTS SAID 



mmwmm 

"0 MHWTT DSDDJL DODRflf 

BUT WE OF mm DID! WHAT KIND OF A DETECTIVE. 
ARB VOU? CAN 10U PIECE TOGETHER THE 
CLUES AND NAME THE MURDERER} 



CRIME DOES 



OT PAY 



HI, DOC! SEE 
AhTfTHING OF 

THAT LAZY 

fWJTNER OC 

MINE, KEN 

BLAKE 




NOT 




CRIME DOES 



OT PAY 





M3J-RE A DETsenvscAewTri 

MAYBE YOU CAN TELL ME 
WHY THERE'S SO MUCH 
ACTMTy AROUND T08EV5 
OFFICE TOOAV! FIRST, A ■% 
STRANGER, THE*J H)S 
PARTNER, THEN HIS WIFE' 
SAY. THEWS MRS. , 
„ TOMy COMJNO > 
*^^OUT AGAfM! ^*^ 


\ maybe to»*t\ 

|wm too bust 

/to talk to 

/ MR] »rOU; 

run into anv' 

VnEW MYSTE*i£5 

dick, phone 

/ME AT HEAO- 

. ovuwrrtasi 

W*MA! MA^ 




tV^\v, 




ic 






/Sjtof 



HELLO, 
MR. REP* 3 ! 
GOIN6 UP 
TO SEE JIM 

TOB6X MAy 
I A6K* 




DETECTIVE CASSIDY. 1 HURRY! 
SOMEBODY MUST HAVE. 
SHOT MR. GRAPF, OUR 
CLERK! HES LYING OUT 
BACK IN THE ALLEY".' 




\tdseyi say he's the fiuv\ caU 

GOT TOBEY, i WHO KEPT SLiPPtN' CASH I TWl 
TOO.. .OR../ TO GRAFF! HIS BARTNER./ 
GONG...Ta.\ SLAKE, JUST PHONED/ Ml . . 
FROM THE, DEPOT— S THERE,*, 
TO SEE IF TOBSyi NOTHING*" 

WAS HERE AT / MORA 1 CAN I 
THE MOTEU ytC HERCl TM I 
MEACiNS POO. 

the pfipcm 





LETS GO OVER TO YOUR OFFICE. 
ITS JUST ACROSS THE LOT! 
ACCORDING TO DICK, WHO OjNS 

THE NEWSSTAND, SOME 

STRANGER WENT UPSTAIR* 

BEFORE YOU DID -BUT D'CK 

DIDN'T SEE EITHER OF 

XXJ COME DOWN! 



HE COULDN'T HAVE ~N 
, SEEN Ait BECAUSE I 

CAME DOWN THE 

/FiffC TOWER AND OUT 

'THE SIDE EXIT.' I TOOK 

THE SHORT CUT TO 

MAKE SURE TDBEV 

PONT CATCH 

A TRAinjJ 





WE'LL TAKE >OU FIRST, PRENTICE! 

>cua STORY has just ONE FLAW! 

yOU COULD HAVE WALKED IN 
HERE AFTER BLAKE HAD COME 
AND GONE! THAT WOULD MEAN 
YOU WERE ARGUING WITH TQflEY j 
WHEN HE ARRIVED! By THE 
wav, did you POUR 
THAT DRINK' 




I POURED THAT DRINK, CASSlOy! I PUT THE\ 
BOTTLE BACK ON THE DESK AMD TOOK THE f 
GLASS OVER TO THE WINDOW! I GLANCED 
OVER TOWARD THE STATION AND WONDERED 1 
tF JIM TOBEV HAD HEADED THERE! SO 
SET THE DR'NK DOWN AND 
LEFT IMMEDIATELV! 




CRIME 



© * s M OT PAY 

BUT 1 SURE FELT LIKE iX BY >OU« MNl 
NEEDED A DQlNK WHEN t \ ADWSSON. I 

saw ToeEys aooyj : wa# J that make* < 

GOING TO PICK UP THE JYOJ THE LAST \ 
GLASS, WHEN IT HIT ME ^ ONE WHO 5AW J 
THAT IT MAY HAVE BEEN TOeEV DEAD , 

TDMV5 CWNK! DID THAT 
MAKE ME FEEL &CKJ 




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