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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WCE SIX THE LETHHRIDGK DAILT HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 1. 1915 The Master Key By John Fleming Wilson ly iBeelil tor pi- i Mr, n. photo-dram a. corresponding lo lhe fniUlmentfl of 'Tho Mn.siar Key." may now bo al tha 'J.: tl.eitlei. BV nrrmeamer.l raada with L'nlvortal Film Mftnulaciurhiff company ll noi only to read "Tht MuUr Key" week, but flluo to moving Illustrating our Ihoater. (Copyrlc'nt, 1PH, by J. Fltmlnj THlion) tJihisd. How many locfcad doorm Micro in this TrorldT How many lire Lrylne to find "The Mailer Thomas Gallon found aeM. ihoufihl o( two daughter Ilgih. and told for her. Gallon dlod, his partner. Wllkerson, cams back Mild aeninnded a ahnro of his ft ml- W H- kprBon la seckioK told for (ba iaka at n woman. John Dorr, ih> nilnlDft nanr In whose charge Ruih wan left, Is BlSO flffhlliiff lo fli'.J thu touret Which Thorn M Gallon appwontly wlib. him to hii rrave, WHEN brcikrfojt dispatched In f. a ham's carip Uie called irhai termed council ol war, "So fff hai'e managed 10 mart? tood our eacapo from the fanatics. lis when Ruih and John hiwl Joined lllm apart from lhe natives. "Xow is illie for us to mm back md seek "But the plfuial" Dorr. 'I am suBgeeUng ihLa for Gal- lon's Sir Donald replied coldly. "Ob, I am good for any amount of this kind oC ibe exclaimed. I am wild to go ahead and find do idol-" "So far as we really know tha tJie ylans are In Paveraham re- marked with some "I Intend thai you shall risk your again In such foollEhn Jobn Dorr had Eteadly irowa aiora of tne EnillEhman's attl- luda; and he now bUterly relented his assumption of over Ruih, 4ne raoro so that realliefl :hat favtrshun had already got out of one bad mees and waa undoubtedly when ho proposed to place her In safely. Yet ho waa BO that Jils first Impulse tg insist timt fRuth depend on himself, noL OD SL Donald. Second thought told him thai lie would be playing; unworthy part. "Where ehali we take he de- manded. "So far It learns to that Is safer with "This won't do at Mid with finality. must fo back down the r'vsr, to some cJty wiiere there are Americana and decent people to look altar her. Bombay would ti test of alL" Huth. who not lilted bftlne the aublecl of a conversation that ap- parently tooJt no account of her own. now proteiUd "I know John will kcap looklnr or those plans and all fcr that hs's-ficlns she said. "I'm not )n the way and I don't want to be lafi out ot John Dorr joined Sir Donald In arju- Inc that them waa lUUe senia In going on a wllfl gooas chua and tbat ihe would be far better off wuh rood people of her own race. "But sbe demanded at "i Favertham put In quietly. T know some awfully Jolly AmsricajiB. too missionaries. Then tbere'a your American consul, you know." It waa settled at last and they re- turned by eaay l thence down tha rlvw. Sir Donald "a. ecofl u Kuth found herself Invited to etay i truest at several houses. She chose that ot the American consul, mlddleaired rentlemnn who, with hit wife, pre- sided with true eastern hospitality over a-little group of business man anfl Jleynoldi received the flnryW of adventures and thatked God devoutly that Ruth M t laat under IBB protection fellow countrymen- To Joha her UntiiAEe the world do you mew dreegins tule lifly over half creation aad manner a pitch where they would aak few questions of wandering Europeans, but seeh instant vengeance. HicieiLSea Biute uie-nuur wnen ne titiu I attieij ui (joisuiii" i.unciti, nrst seen her ftt old Tom Gallon's door 'he warned John over and over again wer.e In the hut. lhe He .had ihoughfthat his'devoted ser- V-J natives Droved ineinseivea -arrant vice to her Interests, his constant at- tention to tbe slightest detail that could Insure her future happiness. would have published that lova to her. He was minded to tell her now. to land DraXe might escape till he himself forego all else In order to woo her for j could overtake them. Otherwise the John's prayer was that Wiikerson salients uuuii. f An tho c the and they cow- rds and depended 'oh- the three men to defend .the place. Thia they dld..wllh such success' thai their iilmself. he began. But some tbtle change In her manner froze the lot words on hla HUB. h- went on. controlling him- self by a tremendous effort and trying to ipeak Ilehtly, "I'll be off. Thank Heaven you'll fas safe here." There was a struggle In Ruth's breast, too. Yet (he memory of her promise to stilled her. In that long and terrible moment she that John Dorr was all In all :o her. Yet she waa bound to another, hod risked hla life on the strcnsUi of her promise to marry him, and she could not ipeak what was in her heart. She tried to look John bravely In the flyu, and the tears would come In spite of aer. She bowed liar head, and so he eft her, with bitterness in his soul, I COUl I Idol render you got j but 8hfl' firm to carry out his self-appointed tajk no matter -what the outcome. Fftvereham was as good u bis word and tbe old native agreed once more to rlvlc the and puard thin 3tran- i westera firl. ta lo herself, and that Bhe had I lo "I underaUnd that you are Aldn't ha .prompUy- souif on loie j ihan't illr lhe ffirt out of [tell veu! ed nik Go and flnd jour plan. own life. Mlie Calloe L I'm DUre I'4 leawt Dorr trate- fully. .To confldvd 'orttfly ta atlil determined to And ins Iflol and the hidden be too wu the ruDADH. "A man nuned Wllksrion, and a lady, have al- ger who, ha convinced, had lost hii mind. But hia duly wax plain and Sir Donald's injunctions not to be trifled with. That evening the two of toem, iet forth, folio win if in the track of "Wilkerson and his party. would undoubtedly vanish once As the last shot whipped through the low roof, Wilxerson and Dorr had Mme La look at each other by the dim light of a horn lantern. more Into limbo. Wilkerson himself was having difficult Urns of it. The men with him were almost openly rebellious and at every attempt to retrace his road lo the coast he had found himself cut off -wiJUcrson angrily refused tg moke by wandering bands of hillmen whose a BQrLie_ "So far so Wiikerson panted. a "Xow Js the time to end It for answered Dorr. "Let's drive them clean away from here. Else .we'll be worse off than ever." our inast'ot." When M'llkerson's dark, cynical face was composed In sleep Drake Ilxed himself comfortably among the bas- kets, took out his revolver .ind spun ilia cylinder, carefully scanned each slumbering- form and ty'' ".relaxed. Drake Drt, The hut was coma 7y dulet ci- cept for the f lhe sleepers. Outside the night softly. carrying1 no sound whatever. So Droltu, Bjitisiled ihat all was well, allowed himself to fall Into a deep reverie. Long- association with Wilkerson had showed him thai, he had notions to eip'ect from? him. "unless by an appeal to his selfishness. There was but one person who mipht reward woman they both .loved; Jean Darnell. ms m.iiu went baclt to his first days of acquaintance with her In New York and he seemed again to feel tho soft threads of the she wove aboi him. She had found him a young man at the precise point where a woman may either make or mar one for life. He had been nn easy prey for her tigerish desire for a slave, Ha had spent his Ifttla money lavishly upon her, without thoug-ht of other H held wealth! powt-rt lo shook It HOltly. Yea, lhe "Ian 10 still wliliJn; he could hcur ..atle of Hio folded pujjora, llo iieorotf urouiid UIH lull und fliuUnt ull uulcuu hw sot me Idol on liin Xneo and bunt over It, 1U nt the oye which ho hud scon Wllkcraon draw out. It ciime out with difficulty. Then ha licltil It I'D und looked Into tlio dark orifice. There wna nothing Uie rna about to throw the Idol down In illaiiUat when a gllniinerlni; of somelnlnR brleht within lhe head caught his iilteiitlon, lift nlooped flt'ain aud then frozo Tho uplrlt of tho vllo etid wtia moving thin, Tho point of llRlit grow Into brlKhUioas. II approached thu djirk eye socket, plowed llieroln with friKhtful flro. Drako'a whole budy oozed wJtJi bin linnila clonclicd unwillingly ahoiit Hie obacciie form nt m Idol. He pouid not thrust It away. Then the -Hockot fllloti and tho devlllah cyo liulgod uulwanl. jihos- phoroewnt. BleumliiK wlukodnoaa. Drake felt heurl In hla bo.ioln. Then the snake that had lnln so long lihl within tha hollow of the struck forth, rind having struck, slip- fl away. ivhlspcrctl Drnke with thlclt- iRd lonpue, jnmmeii lhe PP back Into uls.ce. Then huddled the Idol Itsolf lllio Us bundle. Inccil thn thont's wllh flirfcnlnp flngprn. he whispered ngaln. Then ha fell ncrosa the bundle (lend, without a sound to wak.'n tlia sleepors. Wilkorson Awakes It was three Hours before the dawn that Harry Wllhcrsnn awoke anil look- ed about him. All the real wero still usleep. Ho rose softly and poercd oui of [lie window. It vory dark oui- .fldo and he could sec iiolhlnt'. He lurnod hla gaze Ktize ivlthln, unit saw Dniku huddled over ilia iwckn. apparently sound asleep. "The in u tiered Wlllterson. "I've sol all nut of Dim I wiuiL. But I suppose I've got 10 take him alontf a ways yet." Ho resolved to be rid 01 tho young- so aoon aa he Wd5 through with Don-. Then ho inuisod, In deep Ihoiiffh, his nffly brows bunt on the object lo his haired. An Instant wns sufficient Tor him Lo make up his nuntl. He stepped over and laid his hind on the younjj man's shoulder. was no response. He shook liim. The stiff body rolled over, showing thn swollen, discolored face. Drake had 'been killed. How? For the Instant Wilkerson wns phy- sically slfkftnp.d. Then hla will asserted Itself, nnd ha acicd Instantly. He was now alone. He must liike no chiinces. Ho plucked away a yards of the heavy park ihonga and Bllpped to Dorr's side. Wilh Incredible swiftness he bound him he slept, lied him hand nnd fool, to the wootlon Etool. Then he awakened hla own men. They scrambled up and at his pealiira made for the pack baskets. Bui Drake stlil lay thcro, and when i hey saw him they thrust themselves a.'j one" man through tha little door- and rtcd In panic. Only Achmef bound by his oalh lo. Sh I Donald. But ho, too. shivered In tha corner and called upon God. Slowly John un-flkcned. too. The first movement brought light upon him Die pressure ot the t hones that bound him. instantly lie knew that hs.hnd been irnpped. Ho fiLrugslcd violently. sold Wilkerson, leaning {o- wards him and showing hla teeth In a1 triumphant snarl. "I've Rot you, and here's where you slay." John resized (hat speech waa uea- less Ho casi his eye.i quickly about lhe hut. All were gone except Achmet, cowcrlnp In the corner, ar.d Drake- Drake waa dead, a hideous and con- torted figure. Then ho looked .up Into enemy's face and smlleaV That smile chilled the blood In AFTER SUFFERING TWO WEARS Mrs. Atelin Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Minneapolis, my little one was born I was rick with pains ID my Hides which the doctors said wero caused by Inflamma- tion. I suffered a great dual avory month and grew vory thin. I was under tho doctor's care for two long yean without any benefit. Finally after repeated sug- gestions to try it got Lydla E- Pink- barn's Vegetable Compound. After tak- ing the third bottle of the Compound I wns able to da my housework and today I nm strong1 and healthy again. 1 will answer letters if anyone wiahei to know eboutmy case. JOSEPH AEEUN, G23 Monroe Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Com- pound, mode from native and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drugs, and today holds the record of being the most successful remedy wo know for womnn'9 Ills. If you neod such a medicine why don't you try it? If you have tlie slightest doubt Hint Lydia E. ble Compound will help toLyclialS.PinklmmMcdlalnoCo. (confidential) vice. Your letter will be opened, rnnd and answered by a TToman, and held in strict confidence. attitude was too threatening to be mis- taken. "TJiey'd-pot us in the he "They'll pot us here sooner or "If you would only drop that idol." remarked Drake, who had Raid nothing, said Drake lor Llie twentieth tlrat but had k t hls end u durinff lhe "thay would be satisfied to lake it and affrayi -t believe a good sneak and let us 50." rush wouia be ihe thing. erson laughed and shook his Wilkerson caat his eyes about the "That idol is ffointf haclc to ihe hut and upon the men he had He saw thai he. waa -helpless. do- stomach as he had for a, dash Into the head. Statsa with he returned. -'But why, in heaven's nianded his companion, "i'ou know darkness Mo evil soul told him that it that these people will never let us might give him a chance, tha chance aJone so long as they in Ink we have it- to forever sllll John. Dorr and put an end to his pursuit. Many things can happen In the dark. So they Etolft out leaving Achmet 10 from the defend It hut, watch the bearera. They had Rone You have ihc plans; what more do ou "It brought me. sood luck and old Tarn Gallon bad was the uponse. "Do you think I don't want to [leap It? It's ray Yet a oouplo of nig-hc alarms shook Wllkeraon's resolution and he agreed wilh Drake that they should surrender. the image. Here til by were confromed rush, he whispered, lifted his with a new difficulty. Xonc of their] voice In a wild yell and started for- men had been allowed to knov.' of the; ward. than to be her until Wilkerson had appeared out of Lhe darkness of her past. Even Itign, lie had still been faithful to her, obeyed her every behest, risked life and liberty In hur service, even aided Wllkeraon in n.n endeavor whose success meant that he, Drake, would he cast aside as no lon- ger useful. And now he snt on guard In a. hut In a far country among" a. crowd of aliens whose very tongue was gibberish to his pars. On guard for whom? For what? That WIlkerHon mig-ht finally succeed cvin Jean Darnell of tha tawney and eyes ind Vuxurlant beauty. In tha-L It to be too came into bis own. The mine and its wealth were as much his as Wilkcrson's. The plans were bus as much as "Wllkerson's. Yet tlie man aome distance before they descried I as.cep on the settle had taken every their enemies, comped In a little hol- Jow. Dorr took the lead. "Now with n dangerous. It seemed 'impossible to j men leapine down upon them and fled. That John should have departed presence of the idol and Drake assert- Tho hfllDien scrambled to Iheir feet, without further hurt Ruth ecj [hat to Inform them now would be took one terirfled glance, at the three iorely. It jvemed to make a. definite break In their frank relations and she felE ihac Trhen he returned with the plariB jhe would have 10 receive him on entirely new footing-, ihe footing of a 'business man with his employe. cone up country, and I am 1 Ihat they are on the same "All more -reason why I Dorr answered. "Every hour may be precious. 1 raujt Sir Don- ald- immediately." Tb hla mrprlw Pavftrihun waa cold about the eicuralon. !'So lonr It wu a. caM of fettinf Gallon and yourself out of a hid I did my he told Dorr. I with your an eicellent what you pro- pose la r-Idluulous. The priestf i Ample warning, and I am lhat they look measures to secrete the idol. Tou can fain nethlnf toy further John arfued Trith Bomt Donate? was Immovable. And he most evidently nad sound common cenaii on nil elde. Dorr could not iorfl.to hts temper. "I BiippoM you'll help out. by ItlUDj have that old servant of finally. said cordi- ally. "But I null certainly wmrn you more that I snail In letting you fo." Jaw stlfftncd. "I VUMS that Would bcyoad your ta stnp FfLvtrsham shMk bli iMAd. "A from me to the autherlttei end you would find yourself not onlp da- barred from a foolhsrdy expedl- tloii, but poHfely yet firmly nmde (o lecve the country-." And while tha hurt wan fresh turned to Sir Donald gratefully. Ke had acted- moat -delicately In all their experiences losfeiher. had proved his dtvotion oy coming wJdi them to and during the horrible nlKht- when theJr hotel had been thr center of assault by faniilca-] imtlvea. bad accepted her promise without undue exactions; he had aeerand to be 1 III] he and she could apeak merely drop It by the wayalde, as It mlfht escape noUoe lint! no good would immeaiaie danger was past. Once more back in the .hut, TVJlker- be done. It mua't be delivered to the HOD and Dorr facec! each other, but priests and the condition made (hat''both were BO wearied that In'alienee the white men should allowed sale conduct to the city- How to do Ibis occupied their minds they consented to a truce. Yet Wilker- son could not forbear to tmmt his rival, "It looks as 1C you were always a 111- more definitely. raveraham TTM by no means dull irlnned- he "I that1! "But you won't bo spoil sport, will The tjarontt shook his No. I 11 ean't mrMir, 1'U itop d ht pUred the part of H. kind friend durlnc tha of John's thltt W4J ln and he airongly that blm had bordered on love- tear open no old WQUnds cfewrful. aJ- waya, aJwu'B at her call but nevor In- until the day when they found them- tic late." he Enid, bandlnp his rifle to selves really attacked in force and had j Drake throwing himself back to take refuge In a. native huL Here! against (he wall, while John dropped toeir pofillion waa so actively perilous I on the single stool by the table. ihat they nac! no time for anything! "I heard you got (he idul." John said but preparations for defence. "They- mean business thie Drake growled, as they did thalr beat to barricade [lie door and win- In a dull tone -Yes! and what wai .In the Idol, John nodded anrt WJlkeraon, despite Drake's gesture of angry remonHtranco, went on, his eyes half closed. alstent on hii prlvllefie. The Amertcan conlu] Hied him from first ani3 told hla wife that Kuth wouJtJ be a too} If she preferred a hare- brained Idiot to a idlld with DO about Mm and position In society. ____ ______ Xrs. iae.-. rsbufis4 i.rini that hflfl been dofr. "I btlleva hllli them." "And our own aren't up upi "I got the deeds, and the master key, flrhtlni with good trice, tlther." Wll- and the Idol and the plans Tom Gal- keraon confeaafld. "Thcae half vhdea >on tried lo: murder me for. I have no tun A." I'm ahead in this same." "It's an odd Drake itid when i Again John noddtci, -bis ffitljue HO afternoon passed without an as- I ffreat that he could not rouie himself sault, "LhaL.we heftr firing but nane of even to reply. It Is dlrocUd at ._____________. Wllkeraon watched him a moment "That's WUfceraon respended I and then iftld. In an altered tone, thoughtfully, "I wonder who !t can that's all right. We'll catch e, little needed ileep and get away be- Hft WR3 soon to know, fur aftar fere daylight. Time'enough then Lo nightfall John Dorr and hii sintjls tanuant rode up to the hut land Uled for admittance. A tews when Blii acuffht Ruia'a conAdencjn, mereli' Ii as htr opinion that all were eJlke, t dogma, the consul was tfto witt to argue. But ht Sir Donald the fraadom of ibft con- to It that he hid every chance to visit with Ruth. Now the baronet WM net only no dullrrrt, but Vritd been In a. that forbade him to Uncer toe long before claiming Ruth openly aa hii nanctc. At ixtctlr the mo- ment lie offered tar a gorffaous rlr.f pressed hie lulr. ardently. Ha iKld nothing of the promise he had el toted, and Ruth for very ename's ac- Ilia ring anil the gmlulatlona of. Mr. enaulnc con uloa. hln wife But IT> Eplte of thlB both men kept their eyes open until Wilkerson laughed uneasily. "What's the usor; dlacerned In thnir flight. I I've jot what I want Bnti we'ie iwo to For the moment Wllkerscr. did not I one you. I'm Coins'Lo sleep, recognize hla old enemy, dlapulsed aa You'd better Drake will he wns in native costume, but when he watch." was sure he reluctantly opened the' felt thr.t his alrensth wa.i at an door and admitted him. John Hunt? end. It didn't geem that anything hlmielf Inside and Jemmtd the door to much Just a lecond now, axeep't rest. Huth rt tiled wat sife. Wilkerson could not vanish on Hi nurface. Than stared at tha j very well. He dropped his weary head man opposite him. "Wllkeraonl" he jrasp ton his trms and Instantly lost eon- "Yes. was the snarling re- To the soundneit of hii "What ire Scins Wilkerion waited, a few 'mi "Some nlllmon looh UK for enemlic and chaicd UB much all dar Dorr. explained. "TVe saw tlili _ and then goi up and went to the pnvK bankets. Dorr did not stir, "Keep both eyes open, George." Wll- hut and when H was dark enough to In ft loW tone to hln com ronaeal our movemonli wa made -for "I'll hp wide awake In A cau- tO" ,i of hours. %N 0- BARON ROTHSCHILD DIES IN 76th YEAR London, March. Rothschild of the great bunk- ing house of that name died today. lie was the head of the British branch of the family. He wns 76 yenrs of 050, and dentli was duo to com plications following an operation on day mat. A 4 Wllkerson's heart and changed hie pur-, poso. He could not muster e pur-, i nervo I BOY YOUNG AND FOOLISH The proud falter entered tho office oE tho editor. Ho, the dad. not the careworn editor, slowed with pride and perspiration. He held Eoraethlns In his hand. He held It rtnrly. "My began, fathw, a poem. Is only ten yean old, tuitl------" 'Never the edl- enough to aboot ihe man who sat help- tor, encouragingly, "ae may outgrow leas before him. Dorr, tho nemeala it." who had embittered his life and foiled I And TrJtli that ho hll tart his dearest hopes. Now, be 1 icw, was the score for know. They was in .lila power, i Gf Hhaplng the destiny of PliIladelphlB Ledger. ?ver. No one would would llnd him and Drake together, one dead o( some mysterious Waste Ellmlnittd "Does your husband waits hii poison or (lJse.-ise, Dorr evidently slaJn talking by marauders. Siife? Even Wllker- replied determined loot- ing -woman. "I don't let him hla time. When It cornea to polltloi, he improves hie time listening to me." aon's cowardly heart could find no risk. Hut the man smiled at him, and 1 [hereby aplte of mastered the craven In "All rhrht." Mid, hoaraely. In answer to aome unspoken question; "I'll juat leave you here alone. I'm olns1 on my way." Then he turned and drove Achmet out of iho hut with kicks and nnd Insured hlg complete departure by firing Joli shot urtcr him. still ItepL alienee while hia onmny liaatlly made ready the pack that contained the and searcherl Drake's pockets. He did not even re- spond with a look to Wllkeraon's flne.1 farewell, garnished wl th n n onth. .Speech was uaelcsa. He glared at Drake's twisted form. rho had him? But as his eyes more ftccnalomed 10 Lhe vaffua Tight he snw another form nnd know thing lo himself and would continue Lo do so. And Jean? Drake laughed silently. He linew her price. He remembered his laat con- versations v-ith her, those half confi- dential talks when she hart Insinuat- ingly warned him to keep a watchful eyo on Wllkerson. He had been given to understand that It was the gold she wished. And ho, Drake, had the hey to that gold in hie own keeping: for the while HE set his teeth when he real- ized how Wij'kerson despised him, had counted him altogether a5 a mere pawn In the Krca.1 game. He hud nofc even hut. as the wick of [ho lantern burned troubled to conceal from him the hiding down, the shadow j slcnpCHl forth from place of the plant! They wert> oneu the walls and In dosed him. while more within the-Idol, for Wilkerson had death kept Ua unwinking" eyes upon boasted that he had-pui them back and i him. Tat John thaiiffnt of but one. Ho would leave them there till he reached called on no God to sav- him. Ho merely cried oui into the night the evil lurk hc.d held tc. .ho laat. A prnytsh serpent lay coiled icsldo the body, bright eyes fixed on the llvlnp its head and neck- waving- faintly to Juiil fro. John niade a. mighty Glrnyple In hla londa and arake llftod Us mallff- iant head higher. Helpless, Dorr aubr ided. He waa lo certain death. Whon would the stlnjj strike homa? In his agony he bowed his head again and blindly called, "Ruth! And the darkness deepened In tho America again. He recalled his words: "Let the idol keep 'em for mo JUHI as It did for Gallon. won't serve two It's a poor idol that laBtera.' And the Idol lay there wrapped In bundle under Ms feat- The price oi Jean Darnell! Q The thought -worked In hla mind B.C-' lively. He could not refrain from fol- lowing it out to KB logical conclusion. Why shtfuld it be "VVllkcrEon who re- turned with the plans and claimed her? Why should he, Drake, continue lo play Ihe ilsvo? A moment while they slept the slave? A moment while they slept and tho plans were Then, when WHk arson un 911 spec tin fly preaented the Idol and pulled out Its eye, there would be It would be George Drake who held the master key 'lo Jean Darnell's avaricious heart. he rlreamed, open-eyed, starlns ir.lc a future where ho mnn- Icr and not the eiave. And In waK- ilrcam lie touched the bundle nnd fefi bc-ncip.lb tht rude covering the hard contours of Iho image. Affaln it ran through hii bead, like s call: you-have the price of happiness beneath your hand. Slowly he yielded to lhe temptation. Gradually, with eyes constantly fixed on the motlonlea forms of 'Wllkerson and Dorr, he got bundle between Mi Then 'lib unlaced the (us- tunings tremulously. 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