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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX TUB LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH G, 191i> The Master _ John Fleming By Wilson ean o- i when 1 ?liarc." shorlfC s Ir. oi. A n.f l.rens oiu ll inr .1 fie! no Uio CftlUui relurn? ;o Uio rl; -o our eyes open. Jiihn! They i will sneak somelliins if they I wilt: for ,he M- j _ what we want." Thijy dlscussei! this for some time and decided thai as sDon as Ivane re- turned with the warrant for Wilher- they would stars out for me. What if it should Ruth laughed, danslinp the key hy Us ribbon "We have the- master key! "Yes" John replieci. more cheerfully, -hu won't kno.v where the place Is, anyway. But we must [irrange to find that wreck and gel the cheat." 'But if the Khip she said. Lots of people will remember the help urging ,hisi on. Before he coulil reach the divide buiieL whizzed by his head, then an- other. He turned madly nnd lircd rapidly down into the shiulov.s at his pursuers. He cursed himself for li's folly when J. aecond br J. H- Sho'wiiH just a lltllo four-year-old plrl. whom 1 had becw tokl Off IP an they oilloil It, and as I I Ihought mracir until 1 BUik Inlo my proiier of his Iff- nlllciuicc. When wo wero left we nut looking' al each other for some Hint! hi silence, 1 aootnff u sweat, do-, niui'U llitle fuce wltli a frume of flaxen curls; what her wondering eyoi took in 1 cannot tell, only Ihey me fuel very large and world-worn. "Would yon like Lo see my sho Bald, and, HllppinR down from lior chair, illsappcared hensath tile labls. 11 ruvHlerlons underworld when one Ii only lour. 1 waited, wondering If I should some chorlnhed doll, or n ciiRhioit iniby, lint whan she came out her hands were quite empty, ilthoiiBh held out cnrcfully. "Isn't he a dear little shd asked suddenly, looking down with ft tender mother-love shlnUie In her eyes, and aha begun lo rock Uio out- stretched arms, as though they Inuead belli 11 little baby. "I'll put him on the she said at last; "be likes to and the fictitious linby was peotly set> down. TKou Bhr begun to me bin liiatgry. "Do you che said, "that was a fire In Ibis buby's house? He brought away hie kltly. but Ills mover an' faver nurse were all burnt." "Not I ejaculate, rtarttid at the complcteneitH rf ihc catastro- phe. lo QBDUS." she tssurei me wilh a delicate fflee. And as I alt, wondering over the bar- barity of childhood, J hear the_iofi little Tolce say wistfully: "My ftnr'R comlnc home "tit Fursdaj- "week." "What will rau say Trhau you I ask unthinkingly. She turns rather red. "I BhflJl not say anything. I'll be too happr for she whisner3. Hut I hare raalleed this glimpse o( a love almost womanly tn' its exprcKsIon, she looks round lo the imagiuary baby IB playing with "the equally Imaginary kitten. Her whole race lights up with a laok to see. two little lots arc playing together she murmurs; "why. His kitty has got into the waste-paper basket. Flense may your dog, or he miSht fwlghtcn Ihc So my big collie la draggod off to a distant corner and there tied up Belleville, "Iiloctored uith a cord, but, being a for ten years for ftimnio troubles and I dog 0; a gentlemanly disposition, ha did not well. I read in the paper j-seems to find It SF binding as Ihe tiuire'a (lanKor. thorc ulwuys IK with two infill worliiiilT umliT water ill cnwn piirimsofi." Hut they'll Ri-l Hie ohosljj fol ahead of "After n.11 our Irou- and tho diver They also turned a deaf Dorr's statement of crimes, including the kldnajJiJio Ruth In San Franrisro. -Jf you have anything against in Harry Wilker- pleas availed only partially. keraosi." the sheriff asserted, "awea G'jt a warrant for him. I'll serve i ihat TrVllkcrson'a son's hand. lajjpii.y It was not until he hafl exrjla.ined to Ruih (ho circumstances under which he had opened the leUer and handed her the enclosure ihat Juhn discovered The sherl'ft made a trip into the mine, G'jt a warrant for him. I'll serve it thai the last jiomon was mlsains, Ihe talked with John Dorr and Tom Kane; quick enough." .part Lhat told of the figures on the and then sought out Wilksrsoii. With this John must perforce Toucincr they sought it. In vain. look- tome as if this satisfied, but after a conference Mi "Well." said Ruth rhBcrfully. "at for the courts" slowly when Kane it was agreed that Ihe latter I have ibc (tnrt now wl; know ror cne cour.a. ne 'should tfo lo the county seal and make what UiRse sUuid for." nlrl nrrlt- ivcll fnrmfU complaint and procure a i lu- "Hip and a f-r Wllkeraon'F nfrert iht -J H..I i Heed, "of h. stirrerl. Ho ret-jrnp'l to ;lin i 3 -i hill camp anil th-nce nnl nop' duiellv marie hi, way upward, lakhiq oc tnire of rvrrv hush and rock that r ho find brcit: urtfetl own men to he had deeds. "I and he thoiurh misht afford him screen. f He wa.s to the low when n him and stepped forward. 1 "I'm merely colnc out" lilllc ways j for a wallt." "Not nllowftd nfler rite: fiirMicr "They've 'ihe npot, If those iif are Uie 'IJul ti'.i.e When the m'o fcuais were doss to jiher Jolm SILW thut Mrs. Darnell wa.i ilh stftssri-sss' IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD-TAKE SALTS Says Backache is sign you have been eating too much meat, which forms uric acid. "When you wake up with backache id dull misery the. kiduey .region it generally means you have heeirrut- ing too much moat, says a well-known authority; Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kidneys in their effort, to filter ji from the blood anil they In- come 'sort ol' paralyzed and lossy. When your kidneys gel sluggish anil clos you must relieve: them, like you relieve your bowels; removing lllc body's uHnous wUste, else you have backache, aick headache, dizzy spells; your atonmch sours, Lonyuo is coated, ind when the wcalhcr in bud you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is rlniidy. full of sediment, channels often sore, water scalds and yuu are obliged to seek relief two or three during thy night. Either consult a good, reliable phy- sician ul. once or gel from your phar- macist about four ounces of Jad Sulla; lake a lablCBiioonfu] jn o glass water before bieakfast for a few day? and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from Llie acid of grapes and lemon juice, com- bined with and has heen used for generations to clean and stimulate s'llBe'5'' illso neutralize Ihs aolds in NIP urine so H no longer irri- r.l A ,rvs i, up in'' wn J hr'oiizfl of bur -J-M. har oyn Inios. .thus endln.c bladder weakness. n. inir.sllr.H .ifin-jnivh (ind j Jad Salts is ;i life silver for regular I I'm nra-.p- lllcf i 'A t u ja no! Injures and inakeK a dcliclllfnl, nf- clrillil. Sold by j. u. t r.n gain in tenderness, but my thoughts are Interrupted by a hook being fated Jemima to" a boarding a very strict one. "But it waa a school in South she stipu- lates, and I know she Is nnillnp con-, solatlon In the thought of there being stray lions and tigers ready to make a meal of naughty little girls win move habies1 bottles. And again I feel that children rery cruel, and IhatAs we grow oldor. what we lose in imagination we surftly ndernei _. r. -unted Ihrust' Into ray hands, and ii baby Tbice asking'for a please." 1 select one at random. It Is the "Babes In the. but before I have finished the first page I hear a little looking up, I see two blue eyes drowned in tears. "Shall I f asked tiouKly. but the baby shakes her Hut before we reach the soft nrnia are flune round my neck and a damn lace ia pressiil lo my cheek. "Poor, poor little wobln W8d- bweay she sobs unexpectedly. "What a. of they, had Record In Crost-Examlnation. Something like a record in lengthy croas-examlnnllon was accomiiHshed In Liverpool, England, by Mr. Grcer, who, with Mr. Leslie Scott ti his of- ponent, appeared at St. George's hall In u referred case in which the Lan- cashire Watch Company fa. a parly. The crosE-examlnatlon of the of the compnny started on Tueiday morning, and stH! going strong on Saturday as Hie court sat dally for nearly eight hours. deal lasted for over 4U hours. His Employment. "What is your iiusbaud a witness yag asked at a Lambeth (Loo- don) Is working for tha reply. Wonjrii- nro to l moving plcUui'ti .'oi war ictiiics ;