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Simon Templar re peated vaguely. "I don't know ... î think I read something »bout hlm in a newspaper some time ago, bat I'm Mowed if I can remember wbat it was. I «n't keep track of every small Urne crook In creation. What's he been doing? "I just thought you might know something about him," Inspector Per nack answered evasively. He glowered ferociously around the sunny room in which Sta^n was calm ly continuing to eat breakfast, and racked Ms brain for inspiration to keep the interview going. For the truth was that Inspector John Fernack had not called on the, Saint for information about Mr. Dennis Umber. There was really only one law breaker about whom Fernack needed; to go to Stoop Templar for informa thm-and that was the Saint himself. There were Urnes when however hard he toted to mast« them, the thought of all the lawless mischief whlch that tireless buccaneer might be cooking up in secret filled hte mind with such horrific nightmares that he had to do something about them or ex By LESLIE CHARTER IS Published Special Arrsnctment with The düste, Inc, IN TWO PARTS—PART ONE DESTINT. IN THE BOLE OP A PAIR MAIDEN IN DISTRESS, plode. Hie Sotot waantnaylng any «rtitm lar attenUon to Fernack al all. He hte newspaper, and Fer hlm murmur; "Well, tent reading heard nack that Interesting?" "Isn't what interesting?" growled the detective Simon "I see that the public is Invited to Sir. Elliot Vascoe's a g g ressi vely, folded the sheets. an exhibition of art treasures at Mr. Vascoe's bouse on Knickerbocker Place. Admission will be $5, and all the proceeds will go to charity. The exhibition will be opened by Princess Eunice of Greece." Fernack stiffened. "Were you think ing of taking over any of those art treasures?" he inquired menacingly. "Be«use if you were—" "I've often thought about it," said the Saint shamelessly. "I think it's a crime for Vascoe to have so many of them. He doesn't know any more about - ~. ru ' uw .»I ~ ~ « ■ I N m i ii H iiMi * mm a aw aw w Mv ym ww CLASSIFIED *—ADVERTISEMENTS FILM FINISHING * SERVICE REDS QUAUTV Roils developed, eight hi-gloss prints and ONE ENLARGEMENT, 35c (coin). Mall Films Direct to OWL PHOTO SERVICE Fargo. No. Dak. USM Bdway PRINTS FREE—Send 3 negatives for free samples Introducing our marvelous new Deluxe Prints In album form and "sur prise" Western Scenic Enlargement premium. Bend this ad with 6c stamps for return poet age on free prints, negatives, and, scenic premium. DKLUXO PHOTOS. Box S91-R Port land. Oregon. ROLLS DEVELOPED—25c coin. Two 5x7 double weight professional enlargements. 8 gloss print*. CLUB PHOTO SERVICE, Box 110, LsCrosse, Wls. 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We mlso make and repair eom bine dr» per» for *ny m*k* of mmchin*. MONTANA TENT * AWNING OO., *11 8U> Ave. No,. Great Feil», Montau», WELDING OUTFITS WELDING OUTFITS, $32.96: Acetylene generators, 8MJ0; electric wa Mtnrs. 87AM. SUPERIOR Ohio. M N. A. JULY i)M(U .. . _ ,. __. ,_. JSf enough dough to buy an^htag hlsad !?*"u? a bu Z^* îSîLrt gives him something to swank about, * fc w ' c *^ d **; .J* 1 . ff** 1 ** _*?. over his collection, but I suppose you wouldn't see it that way." __ Femack's brow blackened -You're damn right I wouldn't!" he roared "Now get this, Saint. You can Jgk away with Just so much of your line in this town, and no more. You're go Jpg to leave Vascoe's exhibition alone, or by Ood—" "Of course I'm going to leave It alone," said the Saint mildly. My paths are the paths of righteousness. and my ways are the ways of peace, You know me, Fernack. Vascoe will get what's coming to hlm In due time but who am I to take it upon myself to dish it out?" * * * Between Simon Templar and Mr. au nt Vascoe. millionaire and self ^T^nolsseur. no love at a 11 was lost. Simon disliked Vascoe on pin ciple, because he disliked all fat mud mouthed parvenus who took care to obtain grekt publicity for their chartt able works while they practiced all kinds of s m al l meannesses on their employes. Vascoe hated the Saint because Simon had once happened to witness a motor accident in which Vascoe was driving and a child was Injured, and had made the mistake of of fering Simon $500 to forget what he h ad seen. That grievous error had not only falted to save Mr. Vascoe a penny of the fines and damages which he was subsequently compelled to pay, but it had gamed him a punch on the nose which he need not otherwise have suf fered ÄÜlUffSS STtSSÄ up for it by carrying snobbery to new and rarely^ equalled highs!^ Besides works of art, lie collected titles: for high-sounding names, and all the more obvloustrappfngsof noblhtyThe had an nim n q fawning adoration/ Therefore he nrovlded lavish enter tournent tor ^y P ^läfrlmhmtii^ no tahlMwhom he could luretoto his hoS with the attractions of hte H., or, chef and hte verv excellent wine bracketed «h th» who .ere m«e discriminating by angling for them with the bait of charity, which it was "gf sjnts «• «j. «• —cessive wealth woiSd have been a nat ural target tor one of the Saint's raids on those undesirable citizens whom he Included in the comprehensive and de scriptive classification of "the ungodly," but the truth is that up till then the Saint had never been Interested enough to do anything about it. But In Simon Tempter's impulsive life there was a factor of destiny that was always taking such decisions out of hte hands. Anyone with a less sub lime faith in hte guiding star might have called it coincidence, but to the Saint that word was merely a chicken hearted half-truth. Certain things were ordained, and when the signs pointed there was no turning back. * Two days after Fernack's warning, he was speeding back to the city after an afternoon's swimming and basking in the sun at the Westchester Country club when he saw a small coupe of rather ancient vintage standing by the roadside. The hood of the coupe was open, and a young man was very busy with the engine. Near thecar stood a remarkably pretty girl, and she was what really caught the Saint's eye. She seemed dis tressed and frightened, twisting her inn I ; t nil? I I » ( 9 jfvt. * % 7a r ù Sj ' mm. i Jt... Qualified experts have proved that Seagram's 5 and 7 Crown are better tasting than the famous blended whiskies of the old days / wm . WM m generations the House of Seagram has been famous for the skill of in master blenders. That's why the finer taste of Crowns is so popular today! Ac tually, over 129 million bottles of Crowns in all sizes have been sold since 1934. At the bar or wherever you buy —think before you drink...say Seagram's and be sure; Copr. 7938, StMprnmDiuUltTi Carp^Extcmtiit O frets: Sew York $1.10 PT. $1.40 PT. Cade 328-0 C#4*«8-C At a cost of $25 a quart, Seagram recently collected different brands of blended whiskies—famous pre mium whiskies of the old days... and asked its staff of qualified ex perts to compare them, side by side, with Crowns. The result? Crowns were judged far superior to every tingle brand ...smoother, milder, better tasting. Craftsmanship counts! For four I I * . ,;3 :-'X S csss* ■* 0$, ' ... n *' è Wffïsw 158 g ■dusaa m & ww l 1st. M »«caw*» *0** ÄftSS® : X in rraia*. 00 PROOF. Mumusi nr* CSOWW WnCSEO WHISKEY. TIM.* straight whiskey, 7334* aetaral «Mts distilled fr.« Amerl American grots«. N PROOF. «riet . . _____ , . _ . as if she was w realized that he knew a h £f. .^d met ]*' r , a *tL a ri Sî? distaste for Mr. Elliot Vaacoe ala not apply to Vascoe's slim, auburn-haired daughter, whom Simon would have pre pared to put forward In any company as a triumphant refutation of the theories of heredity. He Jammed on his brakes and backed up to the creak down. "Hullo, Meryl, he said. Is there anything I can do? "This is Mr. Fulton—Mr. Templar, The girl made the Introduction with breathless haste. "WeYe^ been here 'vc-Quarters of an hour. The Saint started to get out. I never was much of a mechanic. i he murmured. "But If I can unscrew j anything or screw anything up— ; That wouldn't knows everything about cars, and he s a ready token it * euTs voice was^aky with dawning boPf- But *£ y°" f°*^ d jouræif— I've simply got to be back be fore seven I Do you think you could, 1 oo it? . ... . | "*• « Uke a ***** of We 4,10 deaUl c ^ . .. h ^ d turned to r ,.u ( ^'Whkt abo^t vôu r ^l^he^He was a few anA simnn deM^ut^ro^lbo^of hto "SL"f ^ abotft mr he «W "You tov tT2t Me^l b«k I'm g^ng «SiTmSStoricwredc move R . , ,, ™ m av a n ni „ ht " , , , .. Meryl Vascoe was already In the Saints car, and Simon returned to the MpfiÄäÖUi tion s ;_ '"What are you doing with that scoundrel? Simon said melpdramat Jcally. " 'Don't you know that he «nt be trusted with a decent woman?'" She laughed. "That isnt what I'm worried about," she said. "Though I dont suppose he'd be very enthusiastic about our being togethVr-I havent forgotten what a scene we had about that dance where you plckol Pje up «.d took me on to 'tetoS T£ kSf.^bS out with BUI Pulton, so when I went out this afternoon I told hlm I was going shopping with an old school friend." "I take it that Papa doesn't like Bill Pulton, and you do. so you meet him on the quiet. That's sensible enough. But what's your father got against him? He looked good enough to me. Does he wash, or something?" "You don't have to insult my father when I'm listening," she said stiffly, "and then there's Lord Eastrldge—" Simon swerved the car dizzily under the arm of a policeman who was try ing to hold them up. "Who?" he demanded. "The Earl of Eastrldge—he's staying with us Just now. He nod to go and see some lawyers this afternoon, but he'll be back tor dinner, and if I'm not home and dressed when they ring the gone, fatherll have a fit." "Poor little rich girl," said the Saint sympathetically. "So you have to dash home to play hostess to another of your father's expensive phonies." "Oh, no; this one's perfectly gen uine. He's quite nice, really, only he's so wet. But father's been caught too often before. He got hold of this Earl's passport and took it down to the Brit ish Consulate, and they said it was quite all right." "The idea being." Simon commented shrewdly, "that papa doesn't want any comebacks after he's made you the Countess of Eastrldge." "You see. all Biffs got Is his radio business, and he's invented a new tube that's going to make him a fortune, but 1 got father to lend him the $20.000 Bill needed to develop it. Father gave him the money, but he made Bill sign a sort of mortgage that gave father the right to take his invention away from him if the money wasn't paid back. Now father says that if Bill tries marr y me bell foreclose, and BUI wouldn't have anything left. I know how Bm ' 8 Belting on, and I know if he only has a few months more hell be aWe 10 P»y father back ten times over »« uv ". momho ,,chance 11 •• to a ^ 8 * She shook her head. «But father says that If I don't 1 marry Lord Eastrldge as soon as he asks me to—and I know he's going to— he'll foreclose on Bill anyway, and BUI wont get a penny tor all his work.'' H ,,_ lovelv face tightened with a wve^mce tho u g ht these things onlv hanoened in Die tares/ she «Id huskUy P ^How can any man u. like thatr** ) . tt, know ' d tog ' sald ^ ^ ^ ty ' . . That ™ ft »oui^ mvret nveof hlsdollare m an admisSon to Mr Elliot Vasco's hlblt , n certain things were Indublt |bivordained j| e arrived lust after the official opening^on the first day The rooms ITS toe edition bMSSd were crowded with aspiring an S per- 1 spiring socialites. Simon Templar shouldered his way through them until he sighted Vascoe Wtfh Vascoe^ uid Meryl was a taU and Immaculately dressed young man with a pink face whose amiable stu pldlty was accentuated by a chin that I began too late and. a forehead that stopped too soon. Simon had no dlffl* cultyln identifying him as the Earl of Eastri dge and 7 Umt was how Meryl introduced him before Vascoe turned is » . ag. In. It's a pubUc exhibition, I believe, Did you come in on a free pass?" Vascoe recovered himself with dlffl culty, but his large face remained an ugjy purple. "Come to have a look round, have you?" he asked offensively. "Well, you can look as much as you like. I flatter myself this place Is burglar-proof." Meryl ^Md white and the ^rl tittered. Other guests who were with m eamhot hovemd expecunuy SUSThÄT®. with unruffled good humor, "Burglar-proof Is It?" he said tol erantly. "You really think it's burglar proof. Well, weU, well!" He patted Mr. Vascoe's bald head affectionately. "Now, I'll tell you what I'll do, Patty, I'll bet you $20,000 a week.*' For a moment Vascoe seemed to be In a tangle with his own vocal chords. He could only stand and gasp like a —some have Saint smiled It's burgled within fish. "You—you have the effrontery to come here and tell me you're going burgle my house?" he spluttered. "Y —you ruffian! I'll have you handed over to the police! I never beard of such—such—such—" "I haven't committed any crime yet. that I know of," said the Saint pa tiently. "I'm simply offering you a sporting bet. Of course, If you're fright ened of losing—" "Such - insolence!" howled Vas furiously. "I've got detectives here." s looked wildly around for them. Or if $20,000 is too much for you," Imperturbably. $20,000," Vascoe re te OU 00* He Simon continued "I'll take your torted viciously. "If you've got that much money. I'd be glad to break you as well as see you sent to Jail. And If anything happens after this, the po lice will know who to look for!" < "That will be quite a change for them," said the Saint. "And now, in the circumstances, I think we outfit to have a stakeholder.** He scanned the circle of faces that that gathered round them, and singled out a dark, cadaverous-looking man who was absorbing the scene from the background with an air of disillusioned melancholy. "I see Morgan Dean of the Daily Mail over there," he said. "Suppose we each give him our check for $20,000. He can pay them into his own bank and write a check for $40,000 when the bet's settled. Then there won't be any difficulty about the winner collecting, What about It. Dean?" The columnist rubbed his chin, "Sure," he drawled lugubriously. <# My bank'll probably die of shoclTbut it ft^ ' DUl iU ^rh* n ^ç re aij set" said the SalnL taking out his checkbook. "Unless Mr Vascoe wants to back out_'' Vascoe drew himself up and a ma lignant glitter came into his small eyes. "It suits me." he said swagger "Mr. Dean will have my check afternoon. He stalked away, still fuming, and Morgan Dean's long sad face came closed to the Saint. 8 "Son." he said, ''I like a good story as much m any oneAnd tUkeyoI And nobody'd cheer louder than me if Vascoe took a brodle. But don't you think you've bitten off more than you ch y ew? x know how muchvÆ V«™. and I'd say he'd almost be ? la ? to spend twenty grand to see you * n J** 1 - Besides, it wouldn't do you any good. You couldn't sell stuff like this." "You could sell it without the slight est trouble." Simon contradlctedhlm. 'J?*™*™ «?, "umber of collect«, J^o «rot particular how they make collections, and who don't care them to toe public, And 1 ve never been in Jail, anyway— on ® £JJ«ht to try everything once." f^^ack saw the headlines, "® ar .^ *î lew » l he . w } n . ô °^ 01 street. He burst into theSainfs and ap»£finent like a whirling dervish. . n ?? anl M g °* ,5? bu « led brassily, thrusting a crumpled copy of the Daily Madl under the S&hits nose. I ve warned you once, bf^ty? he inquired reasonably, ^ but bb" we:™ tadnkli "8 with Imps °, f t " [ ?9. k f ry - I've done Is to bet that fbere 11 be a burglary at Vascoe s wlth ¥ aybe \ , ho pbig to ,dea bito somebody else 1 « head. to y our nastv, ^^clous i^d somethlng useful to XK,* 0 ?K^.V y Æ > ili.7 0U . flnd ** JS""*" thing about Vascoes nsurance? (To Be Continued) Relief From Eczema "For several years I have had ecaem* on my arms and tegs. The Itching was so bad it sometimes seemed as if I could stand it no longer. At night It would itch and burn, and I would scratch it until the skin opened bled, and matter drained out of it tegs were In a very bad condition looked all red and sore. I tried all kinds of preparations and treatments, but none seemed to help. "Finally someone suggested that I try 'Skin-Ease' which I could buy from the Wong Sun do so, and after using for only one have stopped and S vmcn x coma Duy rr Company. I decided to using this preparation week, my tegs and arms and the eczema certainly recom who is 8 Uf as it sure have Is all mend 'Sin-Ease' to anyone i ring from any skin disease, ly helped me." ed itching . I woula fe MR. SIMON HOLBINGKB, 1612 8. Thurmond St., Sheridan, Wyoming. For Information, Write or Call Wong Sun Company Great Falls, Mont.