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THIS DAILY FREE PRESS; \ r-:l ""To" "do-the saflor justice, Clouts had. jme of those'minds which Bfe open to, . mly 8 single impression at a time., fast then Ills mind was open to the ,Necessity of keeping Donald's elusive fcveetheert from Ida's knowledge. Be could see only the faintest tmnl- poslty now, and he stood with his arms Wretched out to prevent her slipping Bast him. Suddenly he heard a singularly melodious sound proceeding from her throat. . It was a note unknown even to Mac- SJeard. It was. In fact,- the deml-seml- fone between 6 sharp and A", which Is '•riKnown to the Bach scale; though the bagpipes and Oriental music in general tre acquainted with, these subdivisions. It was the swnrming-note. The queen was ready to lead the brood forth upon Its adventures. The spirit, emanating trom her, made itself felt', simultane- »nsly throughout the herd. Instantly, from all quarters ,of the water,' th'e monsters rushed together. rhe hydrogen haze" rolled far away. the ocean opened to its summit. Ida sould see the sky above her, and the Saylight. ' The air became surcharged spith oxygen. Ma'cBeard, amazed by this develop. tnent, rushed in. ', He sounded the dis- persaj- - But the swarming note, took - precedence of the dispersal, and v the monsters, gathering into a gigantic cir- de, ignoring the professor's call, began to scurry wildly about the crater, seeking their leader. MacBeard saw that the creatures were beyond his control. For the first time his tuning forks had failed him. He was afraid of being torn in pieces. And up in the cave Sam Clouts found himself engaged in the most furious tussle that he had ever known. For, like a fury, the queen rushed at him, and Clouts, at. first solicitous about striking a woman, soon found, . himself hard put to it to -maintain the upper hand, with all his strength and with the use of all the 'wrestling tricks he knew. , He panted as he grappled •nth her. ' "It's aH right, marm I" he -pleaded, • 5T11 ask .him If he'll see you. If you'll jonly not lose your head. I didn't mean jto. put you outside, but orders was Borders. I'm only obeying orders, unarm. There ain't no need for them ^hysterics. Now—now, marm!" He was still fighting madly when suddenly her strength seemed to leave iher. Clouts became aware of a spec- •tator of the combat He glanced side- Trise hastily, to see Ida standing be- iside him. "What Is she, Clouts?" whispered Ida. Clouts scratched his thick head. "T •don't rightly know," he answered. "But it's all right, marm. I was just stroll- Ing along, casual like, when I met her. , .'She ain't no friend of mine, marm. '-Nor of the captain's," he added, with fily emphasis. He turned to the queen. -• "If you'll "take my arm, marm, ni Jake yon a ways and ask the captain if she'll see you. I can't do no more," he (muttered in an audible aside. "I've Bone the best.I knew.how for the eap- xain,.and/now he'll hdye-to make hlsi !owri excuses. And I can't .leave a lady " 'to this here place alone, with all them yoings on and jugglings with the water like-r-like Pharaoh." - '-—.;... '^Jl™~ minutes later 1 -tig : little middy, Jjeated : on .deck,^ saw : Clouts and Ida; Apparently reartsen^rom: the dead, &i>- |>r,oach r th_e F55.. Between, them he Sanded he saw a, gosrmmer form that •ejntlllateii in. the STJiiUgntT , ' ~k" There "was ."a space of only a.hundred Spaces between them "and tie boat when cnddenly - the ocean appeared' con- jrnlsed. A wall of water bore down ilpon the flanks, of Fair island. It rolled toward'the submarine, fifty .feet tlgh, its mighty crest upreared. "Hun!_*?. shouted Dayies. It was a^ frantic race between the - wricbmers and the sea. .They gained the submarine with hardly ten seconds to spare. Davies drew them aboard *nd clasped the hatches down. - Next . Instant the boat wns lifte'3 bodily from j£he beach' and spun round like a top. CHAPTER XIV. • , The Unheeded Warning. On the evening of the same day .London was stirred by a sensation •which eclipsed even the interest in the progress of the war. The evening newspapers contained, in. full, Donald's narration of the approaching ruin of the world. The second sea lord, receiving Don- Bid's name, came to the conclusion that matters,of the most pressing-moment -must have .brought the unknown young 1 .American naval officer. He rose from ' Ills desk and shook hands with him cordially. "Sit down, Mr. .Paget," he said warmly. Then he noticed that .Donald .was dressed in. a nondescript diving suit and that his looks were decidedly wild. , ,. Donald sat down and plunged Instantly -into the story of the world danger. It did not lose its dramatic Interest in the manner of its telling. "You must stop the war at once," Donald ended. • "Unite all nations "of . Jfee earth, fot thai is the only way "to Has Raised a New Standard I or ^ Baking Powder Because; it is made in the • raost' careful and scientific manner from, absolutely pure materials that remain pure in the baking and insure wholesome, healthful foods. Because it possesses the greatest leavening power. Because it is not affected by time or weather — it never loses its strength and never fails. Because it .is most economical — you save when you buy it and - you save when you use it.... These are thereasons why Calumet is the standard baking powder • —the choice of millions — more beingsoldthanofanyotherbrand, . Try it — always buy it. Your grocer can supply you. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. J"QTQ UALITY ? i AWARDS "You Must Stop This' War at Once." save the hunian race.' It is a matter of hours, perhaps. Even now these monsters may be speeding southward." The second sea lord hud been unable to interpose a word by reason of the torrent of impassioned speech that poured from-Donald's lips. At first he listened in amazement at What he considered an impudent hoax; then In anger; then,'after'a brief glance at Donald's face, with absolute passivity. "I thank you, Mr. Paget," he said, rising, when 'Donald had ended. • "You have done notable work, and England will not forget it And now, sir, you must be conducted to the prime minister at once, that you may 'apprise aim of these startling events." He touched his bell, and his secretary, a dapper, alert little man, at once appeared. "Excuse me one moment, please," said the second sea lord to Dcas-<3. (To be continued.) 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