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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ^EDNM!SDAYy;ANUAilY 13, Ma frUiDGB Daily herald John Wilson ''hmUD INSTALMBNT � Bf p*olaI.�rr�n(rem(siit tar thin pa- ?ielv a pndto-driMtia correupondlui; lo the ii�UIment� of ."I'he Master Koy" may lie seen at the rrrT-' - theftt�r. By nr-'Tatigement lAafle :wlth the Unlvereal Xi'llm MAnufnoturlngr oompany, It Is not onlv bOBBlbl* toJread "The Master Key" each week, but dlao, at ih*'^.f-';A,t\ie-Ater, tb.aee movintr picture! lUuetratlnv thl� atory. ' ' , ' (Copyrlpht, 1D14, by J riemlnir Wll�i\) � STNOPSIfl-Two nrooiioolttr,';, Jfthnes Gallon and Harry Wllker�on, are parti Jicra. 'Gallon makes n, rloh flh'fl and draWa a temporarjr.plan of the looatton of the. vein of grald. Wllkeraon trlon to Btea] thske flutns. Oallon rtilata a.nd they.tiuarrol.r the tlltht Oallon thln�a lie haa kllloa hl� partner, and Seavfls him lying In the camp. QalWn arrives In a small western town, where ho tells the iherlff that he and his partuor wore Attacked by outlaws and that his part-jier .was killed: i The sherlft, his posae and Qallon;�;o to the scene of the hgl.'*. but they, do not nnd wiiKorson. The BherlB tWlnUlnif Gallon has tricked him placds him under arrest. uleantlme Wlllcek'son has recovered and depaitoil. That nlKbtOallon makes his escape find later arrives In San Francisco. Hore he takes ship. The captain of this vcesel Is u collector of curios. Gallon's mind Hs uneasy,and.he,has visions of �Wllksr-Bon returnlnc for the plans. In the captain's cabin is a chest where he Uee^s Gallon opens this and finds Id the Ulor.'.'A%^ol)reaks"oiit~'ln fhe ship. his curios. ________ - a Japanese Idol, with one eye. moves the eye and hides the He re. plans in pauslne- a fight among tho Bailors to get Into thp bo>ats. . Gallon returns to tho deck' to secure the cheat and Is left on board. 'The ship sinks,-but Gallonaaves himself. -HiVlns nothing on whloii to wrllo ho.taJces a key ,^uU an oJii nail iiind on the key BcratcheS the probable location In latitude and l-onKltudo of the ship when U, sank. vHc Is picked up by,^a paaslner steamer and 18 yeara later lendeavora'to And the, location, of the gold strike, but dooa riot sur�eed. At this time John Dorr, the supertntendeot of,tho Master K6y mine, rescues Buth, Gallon's daugliter, from a tragic death following, an explosion In the mine. Ruth, wWle exploring the tunnels, Is thrown tnto'an'ore car by the asplosion, which Bends the car on Its downward flight over tlie trestle. Dorr, while su-Jiorlntendlng tho operations for a trav. ^'^llng buoket, sees'her predloament,- br-ders the bucket swung loose by tta unble, and hangtni; down by his legs, he :�wlnga over the girl and pulls her up to him, thecar rushing on and smaah-;Jng, over the ore dump. Constantly .thlnltlng of his former partner. Wllker-son, James Gallon Is haunted by an ap-paritlbn of the man he hart robbed. His troubled mind almost booomes unbaj-anoodby his anxiety. Wllkerson, who la .%ll,ve, has continually Kearvhed for Gallon, and. writes his cousin, a Mrs. Darnill. in New York, that he Ib at last on the right track.. He arrives at the uitneiand confronts Gallon, who taints fromifright.- , - , , CHAPTER V. .The Night. Rider "That hound In tli�ife aiBchat*e. '.'It certainly Is," was Uhe response. �'And-bid Tom Gallon runs'it?" In\some mystorloua way each man realized that, the other was. a kindred ecul.,; Wilkorson reached Into the .scabbard of his saddle and pulled out a flask, divining Bill Tiibbs'. rulitig vice; and the. engineer, o/t^r a long drink, wiped his mouth with the back of Uls oily hands/ . . ,"Ba ybu'arolboklng for Thomas Oal-Iph, are you? Well, ho owns this mine, -but It's mo,8tIy run by a young girl there ' in that ' bungalow on the 'hill. . .You see,, Tom ain't up to what he used to-be." . . . Wllkerson leaned farther over until his stirrup-leather creaked underneath his weight. ; ''What's' the matter?" he said tersely. '"The mine not panning out?" Tubbs looked up ^t him through his flre-saarod and liquor-bleared eyes and siodded. "Yip, lie's imakdng some rocnoy, but the ore is gettlni: worse every day and the old man aick up there In bla'house."..... ..T"B�tter. hove anyther ^rialc, pard- right away!',' he said'brusquely. Wllkerson wrote'on the yelioyiT blank: "Voile .V^t?, C�L, March 17. .., "Jean DArnell,- "Astor HouBS, -, � .: . , "Now Ybrk city,. N.Y.: "Have, found .pallon at last. . "Address Master Key Mlne'tomorrow. � 'i,, �. . "WIUCBRSON." WllkersonriBtrode out of the littlo office , and. 'mounted- his -hbrae. The weary ahimal tried to turn in towards Its accUBtbmed !corrai; , but , Its rider reined it sliarply back- Into.the road towards "The - Master. Key" mine. ThV Gtieit Becomes Alive Tom Kane;-who since the-beginning of the camp had been the open-ha.nded but close-mbUthed' cook, sounded his triangle just' �\^' the auh lit, up the pblished'bbttbni of his-copper dlshpan. Immediately poured voiit 'frpm the quarters - of i t^e unmattied' men a stream of miners,- who tramped down the dusty, Btreet'and ..into ,th? men's hall with winy a loud Jest and rude laugh. ''K,',; vi:' V,, A� he.hac( abrie for manj* yaara, Thomas Gallon went to the window to watch this 'morning; cereroony. He saw'the'flgurpa-arid'^faceB-df ihentalth-ful and familiar to him. Then :hls eye caught the figur* of aThbrBeman- riding leisurely do'wn" the atr^e.t,. &BP*rently ! careless of the scowls from the men. against whbihi he'brushed rfiiikWy. The old niait.rubbed.,hlB. eyes feebly and looked afeajn; yet. It ,i*fis.true; he could never �,mlBtake:. that^ figure nor g^oytn and Introduce me to the bpys that saturnine visage. :Gbdl.Why had - � . - -- . " his bullet nbfcgbne thrnugh that face? ~ "TKe: Miseter Kiy"f � Harry Wllkerson aaw that face at the window abdhis'smila hardened. He rode quietly-.up to the porch, of the bungalow.. 'He thought/he wculd take Gallon by surprise posalbly, biit before he rapped oh the redwood door, GaUon had ha:d time to clutCW the key -"The MastiBr Key': to' the riches in Ban Jaiointo : rslne-and hurriedly thrust It into a; drawer in the deslfand sKut it frbraMtht. ' ---- As the^doorf swung open the two men at eaahiotntr,, Gallon was looked alle^t. Slight It ,Rot he ence more an sudden apparition; a'ghbst from out his r�- WUksrB'oh. :>'^vr' v,;'The'pi�i^ The njan he wa� seeklhg lay propped up m bed flnBerii!* a iTauay -cotton cojrorJat.: ,Wh�n his tJ�tiiJite�>-bent #ver hfm and ajksd- hlrotlf he felt all right, he mustered a sSulia, ,'There's nothing..ijip .matter with me, Ruth," he sal* attonply, k** his glance sought that of John Dbrt. who stood at the fbbt bf the bed. The eyes of the-two men m�t and Dorr imperceptibly noddeA bla head In tbkein that he WbUld ,hbt toll. Ruth stooped: over and said softly, B aha had. aald a thousand nights, *By-lewrby.,papa:'Sleep tig^tr' . She left wa,ving .her hand, but almost Instantly returned with a aulck Klancs at Porr apd aaid: ''Papa, I don't believe you do feel ^*1'.^'"}^'55j'"^^J make you aomethlrig hot to driak, mountain chill. iB.In the air tonight.' Gallon lobked up: "Yes, there alwaya ''Well, I'll bring ybu a tbddy," Ruth called back as she went Intb the kltchon and shut the door, When she was gone John nodded a pleasant "aood-nlghtl" and also left. Then . old Thomas Gallon rose went to hjs worn desk and got �well-thumbed diary? � - ';i am-haunted" (he wrote slowly), "a|wa^yg^ haunted, � all his (rail vphyiiicai: Btreagth ,to face the tiaal cistaJtWhe;. ^ "Still i  partners."/ aald^ Wllkereon, , - hlB throat, Where that'gMden' k^yVhung so long; and. t.heh he, m'atiakbd'itd ralEe hla eyesiandr'say liiB*i"flely;"What do you .want?';.,, ';--\'--;'r V.';� Wllkerson flung liia riding-quirt on the table and; pulled' 6ff'his jcauntlets. "Well," he dravfled, '.'pai-tner.; I guess there are several things' I'-wi!tnt''--Th.B fixed his' dark eyes ,an the *61d.'; man- "and there's ene:thlng''lim'^i�' "Your share?"'pa|rrled,Oanon.,-'Now Mliteri,-partherj'I .aqivgftlng to stand no nonaanoe," \ ' -'i ^ � Fbr bne-.IjiBtir u.'the;.mlae;';owner'B face greW;Bterr. ttiid plttleBB os'.lt had been on thdt �l*Kt Whth'he'^haa abandoned Kie dying :;parthei:;.-"But he heard a step 6n the outBldep,�Wsh, and his face aoftened:. With'a pleading gesture he ttirned.-to the^man who confronted hlpn:,'.. .m "My God! IHarry! 1 ^dld -U for the and Blrl." ' "-^ i' ,. his I- Theevl! soul of Wllltefson,f)ared behind those cold'eyoB-of hiB and'*cr the first time in hla llfe,.he told'the truth And I'must have krwT.V'w=r ^U'r�sb^n"ir'V^?v"i ^Lli^rf'^^r/'^oster Key' to buy and that Ruth la safe?" . . , |� '*.'�..____,,, ; ^* At that, momint; he glanced up and thopsht, he saw the sinister face j)f| "What'Wbman?!', 'il Wllkerabn lj|a?>eid..fbnwai�iani:ihls lips i"iB�tb?^erpart-ner^at the wlndur." By \ hissed 'hate ai, h^^^t^-^W^; '$>o > ot, the strongest effort bf will he man-Remember thBt,i*qnJnn;-.lnjyailB V st^^ years a4bV| tb speak torjr^f thbught your the strongest v-�-- �........^ ...... aged to .control himself and went on ,five writing: '.'Wllkerson still alive by night! . When win he come out Into the day? her out of camp, ai He shall never, have the key that would fatuously-''she rich unlbck; the , secret -to ray little glrl'a happiness; 7l will trust John." ; , ; Aofoaa'tba.ContinafTt iti,waB.nb apparltlonthat ,Gallon 'liad seenatthe window-this time; it was really f WllkoFBon. who, after., one aatlB-fled. g:Ian Btdbd on tli�( great, divide 1 his desk. haWtVTpr John. The young man stepped quietly forward and stooped over. ;.*My: will, John! 1 leave Ruth 'The Master Key."- In the desk-bring It!" "Read It!" he-v.-hispered, and in obedience to that thin, but imperious voice, John Dorr openad the document and read it aloud: ' '�� . -. . I leave all my propertv to my daughter. Ruth, to come into'her full possession on her eighteenth birthday. I direct her never to let so of 'The Ma.iter Key,' wliffih will make my little fflrl happv." .. So ran the last words. The old man lifted, himself still farther up and called for a-pen and ink. Then, muster-injv his falling powers, he wrote in a firm hand the further words: "U -direct that my daughter . keep Harry Wllkerson as superintendent until, she is eighteen. I appoint;-jas executor of this, niy last wlll.and iosta-ment, John Dorr; M \ f i-�-,v "THtiMAS GALLON." � Tho::pen- fell � bothers you. It all the BtomMH suBeren* trha have been relieved of tbelr misery:,: and restored to health by Stiuuri'a j Dyspepsia Tablets could be gatl^arsd ' tofrether Into one column. tbeyVoold ! make a larger body ot men, women and children than wer^ ever gathered;; together on this globe. r This fact is a fact befsanse no town i is BO small that Stuaa-t's byt^ieipBia'. Tablets are not to be found tn Its r drug store. Wherever you may go,, there you will And in every {drug I store Stuart's Dyspepela TMblets;; price, 50c per box. > [,. A small trial sample package of'-Stuart's Dyspepsia TaA>lets will be! mailed free to anyone addreeslAg F.: A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart  BuUdlnik;" Marshall, Mich.-Advt ' ' _---.-'- - extravaeortoe; Iifueas we'll have to ,,, ____, ___ fr^ntte/ri^::^^?:- ''"""^f' ^tantlal tone of confidence was '^i- Mm lilt; forone,- sTi you Better pack! Poc the momentv.T6hn did not-speak: but the slow., color rose In his cheelts until It': seemed? tb- overflow Into the whltes^othlB eyesi. The superintendent slowly drew back. Cringing beneath the contemptuous, angry gaze that at any moment.might .flash Into a scorching flame. Th^y confronted- each other thus for a mbment; then Dorr turned on hla heel and walked off. As he did so he brushed Into old Tom Kane. "John!"..8ald Tom, "I've got to talk I tb ybu. .'-You better come down to the cook house and get a cup of coffee. It's -It's trouble!".- The bid man hastened a-ivay, his grim face bent, tbward the ground. r A moment later,Dbrr crossed that threshold that no one ln'"The Master ICoy" mine ever crossed unless invited. Ho saw something very like tears in the bid cook's, eyes as he handed'him a cup of hoi coffee.,,. ,-"�What is it, Tom?"  "The miners won't stand any more of Wllkerson and they are going to strike tonight, when shift comes off!" Tom crocked. "Lots of them arc packing their duds now to get out. Damn him! TCc has ruined little Ruthle's propertKiJ' .. -.'. ; '�I-m eirald- Itsu;j,'lo,- ihem, Tom,' Dorr said, a little huskily. "I have beon discharged and 1 am leaving myself tonight." \.He wai norfeotly amazed at the offset of his woffla. -, Evening Dropping the coffeepot with a crash on the t&p of>the', range, Tom iCeene dashed out of tho door and.Into tho nearest. group >of- miner's, goslioulating and lauRhlng hysterically. Me rfaid two w-ords and. then crushed back, his bright .eyes gleaming fiercely. -That-savers � the mine for Ruthle, ,Tohn!",he gUBped.-, "Tho miners were Just g^olng .to quit quietly; now they will make 'Wllkerson take you back and youGan.raakb him straighten matteK out with them." He pddred^ anxiously up Into th. young, man's face: . "Tou won't desert her, will you, John'?".' - With an inarticulate growl /lji. �swung'out �Jrtlb the sunsihine a.::i vl-bowed his. way through the str,j .heard, the .sound ibi. a scuffle .wltr lie kIcKcd upon thg,.frail barrier stood ;in.�:lde just in time tQ see Wili-croon "drawa-"gun on'^tho old miner. "Divop thfll giuj,,you dogll' he :L..,,-loweu; and wltlr onq.leaii was at Wi.'ir .craon's; tliToat I Ataiit >jjy magic,' tli>. door was.llllcd wlth-grlmy bJid beard.,.j! faces;- landing ,a.-3ieavy ,biQW on tjn', 'chest': ?-t-lidt "'Sent?^llWer8on"'--stasgei-.'i,j ijacki.;Jehn.,:Ilun�,'~the.:.,-Kun- icrash.nj; throu.cjh. tlje.-vvindg^V^w.ung aroun-, r,s, the miners Jnithe ifnerway. and s'jM; "Kecp'bUt of-thlal;,-.Thl8 Is my flii'i.;!" WJlk^Vson. :nHk tSle' ttadltlbnaV �..--nered-iat, ;Wa8 nbw ready tb flght f (.-.(-, �bualyts.-rH6,-.was.,no,pygmy In strenmria and: a6t:'afflle*as.-a'^'paiither..' He. m.^'^,, nsed':to/land; t[Wo; stlnglnir' blowu - ��n'8!ii%yovb.efer�,-iI>orr.drove-.hlRi aji agb.i(jst, tlje-^wall^'IAld his poT��>-fti,' hand**iQ!>:hHtt'ai5l,',thrust,h4m,'to- ti;i flcvbr.lftr'ahsblttteMi.WpleSsness,: Hi. f!?*-! -- ^vSs�iBt^eC�Hb*'^Vt* ,thd--'.nnal::; bibKwiiVhvrt^hBAtja-ueht sight -of Ju�Wi|; � whlte'�*tc8-. Ho leiljed'WllK�-K-.a as his fe'Bt*-fluns-hJm liltb: the bornsret"^ strbd�i,|t'Bllently, -c,:!!. -iStie ran to rji^'li^. und,,daijiii-nf>5tl'-Jj>j;4tr?l''-'*,-'''yv- a 'Jon�!-f�i'''.h-li V'iViii.jS �.\B ijyiJtanrii', dent throughout, artdat the adjoucn-inent.all were opnfiUent of the return of the Liberal'the next gen-eral election. , -i - . : ANOTHEf* PEACE OFFER Carleton County cine Uat^ has~ been wounded in 4ihe.; fighting In Prance. , m Read The Sory See the Pictures of 'A - i mi ;