Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
rAGE SIX THE TETHBRIDGG DAILY HERALD SATUKDAV, MARCH 20, 1915 The Master Key By John Fleming Wilson By special arrangement lor pa- R pliolo-dmum corresponding to of may now be seen at the _. __ lly made wKH iho Universal KUm AfanufacturZiig company It la no; only possible lo rcM "Tlie Master Key" tnch week, but also lo moving jilc- lures Illustrating our siory at the thetter. TWKI.FTH INSTALMENT riiffi 'and LhaL hd Uvkfil likf any "ne of u i'ai-lfic port. He knew of Wiih this DOIT io be cocicir.. end he rouirni-ii lo co disruss '.T.-itb her iviial ihcy fhuiihl nt-.xi. -If striH h. there Is way io said, in [he 'course of ihr-ii- rtuin. him as n fugitive from Jnsiire 3ml iirJi] 'or The rEhorlfr on v.v.rraru that Tom Kane Riuh this thoughlfuNy ihook l-.e-r iioaii "Ii wouM ine.i.n mir hact lo ll'c mine und all kinds of trouble.' she "J'.i fides, v.-e wouldn't any nearer the; papers father me to have." "That is very John agreed. "U'e'M keep iha.i in reserve In case we oJscot pr that ht> ii.is ;he only plun.Mlieu, is to :r.n.-t iliiri Hindu. 5-wil] hp i hard 's nol pin dt-ieciivts L-n Lhi- "I flor.'l ihink any djiectivf rn-.'ltl rti- ihan myself." rpjy "Left you Jtf it all." sht -''Vcu cn.n'i be lookintr ior this pcjdillti--- mil keeping ttn eye on WlliieyEon anil i 10 me at ihe same time." "The seeing- io you Is Lhe pleas2.ote5[ 'ne m pan of the job.- he said. lnuSbInsly. hes_your ma; Ey Dint of Muscle and Much Use c the Lsnguagc He i Bringing Thrcuqh the Madden ed Crowd. bject of quest. Sir Donald list-' ned quietly, occasionally glancing a.1 was enhanced b r one thing for >'QU 10 Ruth, heauty was enhanced eaid promptly. "Take crottv rxcitement. At the conclusion Jf lock c. sceamer fur [he north, as i 1 Eironcly sujpcci he did." i Rath could not understa fj peddler should do siiis. and lestctl. ''She'a so oxpenslve. 100! "You are merely a younM3ter." Everett said quieily, "and you must 'ay Ihe have a vamtm traveling- with you. It Dorr ex- js aii nsht to do as you like out in this had no one wtiuld dream of LOI only paul -'jiT as ivell in o "Ho would kn ho idol, as he had j or Ihinklny It, had given a Grundy insists on Lhe maid." v j John agreed with Everett the thing was parted to get ihe tickets, in a of merehan- j Everetl's warning- that he had "In the next place and EBL them. don': see how yon are going io accom- plish acythirig." "That is jusi where you can help said Ruih impulsively. For the in-scant Sir Donald actually blushed wilh emliarrassmeni. Then lie gathered himaeir logtther and Avent details uf what they ihe dlTficiilties they ie, S musi expect and The _ _ .iple. What more natural thRn I had heard, nothing I---- that hr- should see the of a J son or Mrs. Darnell, and he could J treat reward tor doing- a pious duty I of no use at the Waiter Key. returning ii io Us native s "Kat that'.s all Ruth In- pratiit-nlly. "f "j know- it." he admliied. "But. a is heLUr than noihinp lo TirDrJt-on. Lei's go and aee Our skipper jierion." The launch capiain received them ScniRlly and listened to John's story. AL its finifih he agreed with John that it Wld very likely that the Indian had recognized a native gotl and would store it to Jis own temple- visited those eastern ports r- I gnad .he fold "I. know iDoyj on a lark from ihe ship will do ijast that off .with an idol a curio, and I the fuss the make abcui it. too. They'll any lenjtni to get bsck a lirit-chop they left he promised to keep eya open for the Hindu and ln- jform them If he got the. smallest clue. Ihej- hftd io be satisfied, Inquiries elsewhere developed noth- helpful. L .Hverelt arrived on iht evening- train after dinner lletened to ihe glory ef fheir a.dvencuraa with great When he bod aeked a few ques- hhd John looked at each FinaUy Everett epohe. mlBhc years" lo -locate that >de witfiont the etmt-t plans." tie aafd thoiicbifully.- "I don't doirtK that your father. Mlu Ruth, many a long Jwur and 'day for lr. Bo DAuat have the plans. If It's In Lhe of'.posalblllty to recover them. 1 th'lnk you to flnfi your "ihere is- Ihe .question of lobrrly. ''It alrewty ed to go 'much lo Kane would do nil belt, of ser looklnf for the bush when, we have one "I point." the promoter a aid iromSHli'. offer ot days a BO atlU Til (Jounce matter to I'll look after the mine, so far as I w.ouldn't taka It for .lehcecl .by a jsmile. -jiixt 'morning -they had barely fcrcukfaHt" -when the launch .waii- fcnnounced, tli'-un found him burst -I located your he "He. came down at looking for a steamer ihe north. .The.-HaJcyon t noou, and the steward gave in tha galley." be another eiplaJn turned toward her, and1 'hli lieifj. "I'don't think. It pos- "He" -answered che cTe- i down In 'the rups. T3c- 'nf nervous, "Ii's JuuL as Wilkfcrson said sulkily, "I Iiave a daien ihlnsa to attend to. and you can help. The firsL it net io let thht m-fcn oiu o( our or turn a unless know it." In f, few stncences Tilted with In ternena he lold the storj- of the nndlr of the chert and ihe futile search 11 Lhe plans and the absir-acucm ot Lhe idol ihtm. found Lhat Don and Ruth had booked paasaee on Un Halcyon for San Francisco, and had inquired about the Bailing for he look Drake aalde and they determined that thlc cwulrt only mee.n one ihingl Dorr was on the track ol the idol.. follow he aaid sa-vage- Jy. "We've .spent too much to quit now." Jean Darnell-received Draka coolly and listened to WilKerson's expLination of his new acl-.eme without .1 word. Her eyas no gOoA to someone, and feared she would aban- don him. But there was the lenacity of a tigress In her passions, and now she could nut Give up her HWCTt re- venge nor forego ihe thouffht ot pos- the wealth that had once been Tom Gallon's be had tried to conceal. She agreed to go and they decided to leave by train that evening, thus in San Francisco in lime to meet the steamer and vatch Cor Dsrr's movement. days later Everett again met John and Ruth In. the hotel in Kan John'o watt ihar the 'Hindu they sought had undoubtedly "been on the" Halcyon and thai he had bought Ton a steerafe postage Tor Bom- oujnt gat Ihe plans before Everett said yourself in etrnaitly. 'Tou'll stranic lanj where it will be Hkp look- Inr for a. needle In a, hayataok LO get held ot your man." Dorr ihla und out- lined hU tentative plan of geltlnt hold ot the Idol during the ''After alll, we don't ant the idol- I shall try. p-rauade the man of thle, and jtet him lo let me hive the papers concealed in At this mpmani Sir Donald Faver-' aham announced. The entrance of Ihe EnffJishman who had made "r.lmsfir tn attentive lo Ruth at the southern hotel awakened llitla ftnthugiasm in either Dorr or Everett, "By aaid Lhe haroneL, smlllne', "that's not a half bad idea.' I have ight as well eee slay here." nothing- to do and I the chaps in India army therft. ett. Sir Dunald Huttl explained "BroughL added. "K. really believe I'll accepi my company. Neither John HI there.' India pretty well. toecl this, after a sotnewnat extcnglye "You he told Ruth, "I know the fellow's So comes from tribe far in the north'of India. Most of those chaps are looked upon rather sacred, and this man in special, I see, is much respected by the other natives In the steerage. To desecrate his image would simply mean un up- roar that we co'uld never to tho Efttlsfactlon of the captain and his of- ficers. In fact, we-should all get Into the moat aerloua trouble." "Then your odvfce in to wait? she murmured. said the ba.ro; "And the waiting- jgn'L so bad, is i The steamer was slipping easily along acroaa a moonlit sea Lhat night, and Ruth and Sir Donald were far In bows, ivftieiilnfe the waves foam softly away from the cutwater. The girl had awakened during the last few weeks lo the dim happinpss n( Favershiun always the center of men's thouchlE. the Evcr- Shfe was not in love, but she was ready ith you, if you'll j to be. "The experienced man beside her Whm a (surmised thia. His own heart was Everett received i beaiing- a new tune. Ha had lived -j.rmih. IJUL much, and women hart not been aloof ihis proposal with undue Tiuth found u and lief ore from his life- But this fair, proud, in- any of ihem realised ihe seriousness yet self-contained girl of the conversaLJon every thing had wakened in him a deeper feeling Ihan been arranged to confess. _ man to ma. "I don't icanc to thrust myself on you in any said nneny. "I happen Lo hnou India, and to be sure thai I can be of service io you. In fact, I ahould think it a jolly trip, nut if you think" 1 take advantage of the little lady's courtesy, say so." Entirely. flisamieJ. John Dorr had to confess ihai Sir Donald's offer relieved lilm of a reaponsibility too heavy for him. The two parted the boat of tliough Juhn could not re- frain from an repression of jealousy to I and himself. Eut lie kne teresta we.re now douljly ostimate him asji possible rival, when he allowed io go so far us contemplating marriage with R'uth. He liksd the young and --none knew better than he the effect that constant association must have upon -a young and very impressionable girl. John's own sentiments were unmistak- able; he was-deeply in love. From Hong Kong they transhipped to .1 P. O. steamer for .Bombay and under Sir .Donald's expert guidance the...... "lie has already started, I unfler- stand from some of the natives I know." "Then what are we to John "Bhala is some hundreds of miles up Sir Donald continued. "Part of the way we can go by roil, but part of the road we must travel cither on foot or by we so." "Of course we Etre Ruth. most earnestly beg you to aton sa.id the baronet. "You don't know your India as I do, tnd even if we accomplish our purpose should run double risk In getting back." They arjjued the matter for some lime, but Ruth refused to consider re- Treat at this stage, and John, impressed though he was by Lhe others' eviticnc sincerity, could not help feeling thai aa an outsider dld.noi understand the necessity of Lhe recovery of the plans. When he and Sir Donald Lalked It over alone ihe baronet waa even more insistent. He characterized the whole expedition as rush and plainly stated that should, tile British, government get wind-of such :i search immediate steps would be taken Lo see Lhat the Ameri- cans went no farther. Dorp was unconvinced, and finally intimated that Faversliam had not meant what ho said when he volun- teered to help them. Sir Donald shrugged hia shoulders and admitted himself helpless in tha face of such arguments. least I ran so and do what 1 can lo save the youns woman from j acEiial he remarked. "I by no j means promise 10 give you active as-. ]tu Jjuuao, WB Blmll would llo u'tmt lio Ulinw mluht nioaii lily own dciilb, bill ho holp- loay In Hie Kflp of this fe-u-cet ptiutilon. Yol he would not go without at least Ja word of hope, und promise. "j'li got ha lold Iior, "It will lift u tutrd Joli, bul I'll auvo him. l-'or yi-nr wiki1. Hufh! und wiicn I coino back wiili Site Jciint'il furii'nrd. gloriously con- tent thut-John war. UP broiijthl buck to her- Sho did not road arlcht tli eijirobslon In Lhu nnui's Shp thrt.w out her llltle Imnds to him joy- "I'll always yon if you wl sho lift suired d lazily and she withdrew before hi- covilil put out his liaiiyls or jay u word. Five nilnutey he hastily imik I up his way bacli tuwn leniulc. To hln dyinp diiy Sir Poimld never nblc .to exjJliilh jusi how he found John Dorr, how exlrl- civled from th? nml) yulled fur the life uf fiV implotiu inan who imd laid foul hunds on iheir sa- rred jfod. Hlg own rMolluction was of desperately using ItU tongue, hi muscles and his o' tin lujual Inirleacios or iv native oily. Join himtelt" could eive clear (icscriu- rlffn, bul confessed Him ho Jiad jjlvi1 up hope of rescue when Sir Doual had appfiurcd its by mafflo. It WHS wlien they reached Uie hotol, and KuLh was on Hie watching. When tVA-rshnm !up and cnlled ouU "I alip JeonoJ over, Jicr eyes and threw him H kiss. The baronet's henrt beat high. He had won lur for bis wife. The fact i hat Dorr and Ruih hud galled toe IndJa did noL t-scupc keraon'o and- Mrs. nliarp acnaos, und they sailed with Drake as their companion ihe next steamer. can .oaally pick up Dorr's irall TVhou wo land.'7 Wllkersoii' told them. found this criie. Within two days lie had ascertained ihutthisy had for the Interior under Ihe escort, of Sir DonaJd Faversliam- Withoui delay they followed, mid In due time landed In Bhala. not lone after Sir Donald had rescued Don from the mob who had seized him L'hen Jib Jtnd' tried 'o ihe ilol. Wllkeraon grinned when he loid itrff. Dtirnell of this fiasco, "Hut will you fare any she demanded. be said confidently. 'Til let Dorr and this Brlllah bnronol burn Lheir finRerB KCttinc the llilnp. Tlien Til Hei It nway from them. Ifa a wny back to America, and if we atlek tljrht to Dorr ivc.'Il aooner ot later be able handle the pln.ni) bur- "Thcn Lne Key wiil be ours "or Rood and (Ts Be Continued) BIRDS ARE FARMER'S FRIEND Mortified By Pimply Face Stunrt't Calcium Wafers Will Quickly Reitore Good Looks and Clear Complexion lo Your Faca. Let Us Send You a Free Trial Pack- age to Prove It. 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