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going to be put off by any foolish scruples at this stage ! This was an affair concerning the safety of his own skin. Come what may, he fully intended to save that-even though it meant taking a big risk. He knew that if things went wrong now, he would have to pay the price with, his life ; and he could see no need for that ! So he wired to an address in London demanding the instant presence of someone who was in honour bound to help him. But there are times when even the sons of kings are kept waiting ; and, much to his horror, it so happened that on this occasion the one to whom he fled for help was not to be found. He had been let down. ... Years of precarious living had taught him to expect something like this to happen some day ; but, now that it had come, he felt he could not face it. Death is a dreadful thing to have hanging over one's head when one is healthy and strong and has plenty to live for ; and it was plain to him that it was nothing less than Death itself which threatened him. But who was at the bottom of it all-and how had he found him out? These were questions that only one could answer ; and that man had not responded to his appeal ! Should he throw in the sponge, he wondered, and save his skin by giving the show away? If he did that, there would surely be rich rewards to gain in other directions. These ideas nearly drove him frantic. He played with them for two whole days, till at last he thought he would go crazy. ... He had almost made up his mind to give in, when a mysterious wire arrived. It read-"In Mayfair there are 3196 extra little pigs." It sorely puzzled the Baron who opened it, but it did not baffle the one to whom it was addressed. And ten minutes later, the much harassed young man was asking for a trunk call in the Post Office telephone

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