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BY ROYAL COMMAND ~ 1933.07.09
the leader of the revolutionists advanced, Tarzan leaped toward him. Facing
the ape-man's dagger, the man quailed and fell to the ground screaming
for mercy. The others, frightened, took to their heels. Tarzan signaled
their leader to go, and turned to the princess. He understood no word of
her thanks, but he knew she was at prayer when she turned to the city and
cried out, "Woe is upon our people! The gods have given us plenty
and men have desecrated the gift."
Deep into the jungle she followed the ape-man until
he brought her to a happy reunion with her brother Prince Tutamken, who
lay wounded. Uttering incantations, she made magic potions to ease his
pain. Until the rising of Goro the moon the little group sat by the fire.
That night Nikotris awoke with a start. It seemed to her that her father,
who had died in the temple, stood again before her and cried out, "It is
thou who art to avenge me, with the aid of Tarzan and his apes.
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