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"You understand what I say?" I lead-wic- k
asked.
"'es; but why do u think I was
misl.ik'ii?" he whispered.
the man who was guilty lias
confessed and given proof of his crime."
"Who was it"'"
"Valet ins Galhraith."
closed his ces; his
(icrgi.
mind could bear no more and
forsook him. 'I hroughout the
remainder of the d.iy and the following
niglit hii s.vmptouis were feverish, but
next morning lie was calmer, and his
frii ud not being there he eagi rly
the nurse fof p.irticulais regarding Valerius Cialbraith's confes ion. And they
being gien linn, he remained silent
an thougiitful, pondering oer what he
had heard, dwelling on the ir.Wery that
had
the tr.uely, or the part
he had fell prompted to take when believing himself thing, and on the speculations which had perplexed linn on
that he was destined to re
cover.
And meanwhile Olive Dumbarton,
wins,. he..!tii li.iil been tmdermiud by
the cruel suspense, terrible anxietv and
mental strain which the tragedy of her
husband's death and its consequences
had laid upon her, broke down the moment perfect relief was aisiind her
Prompt and careful treatment alone
saed her from brain fever, but utter
prostiation, mentally and plnsically, re truth.
mained, and at tunes she despaired of
"As yet you are a mere boy, and
ever regaining Her tornier condition.
can
So soon as she was able to leave her she a mere girl, and neither of you
be expected to know vour own "minds."
Riviera,
she
rooms
fo
the
was
ordered
daughter's.
her
"Oh, Mrs. Dtjmbafton,'' he replied,
there to nnuui m til winter had passed, hurriedly,
"Valerius."
and with a tone of reproach.
(ieorRt
left
had
so
when
Hostock
that
'Valerius?" repeated Olive Dumbarme,
but vou make a mNtake.
"Pardon
et the lii'spital in IVhruarx she was still
the truth not
ton incredulousU.
am quite resolved to marry Veronica
abro.i'l and had by that time almost rereaching her mind.
and no one else. You don't understand
"He was found dead ttiis morning on covered her strength.
how I lov'e her."
his1
study. His man came
a couch in
She smiled at his earnestness.
here to tell us, but I would not disturb
CHAPTKR XXXIV.
"And I don't think Veronica will ever
ou.
It is terrible, terrible, mother
In March Mrs. Dumbarton was back mairy anv man but me," he added,
dear."
in town, but not to the houe or to proudly. ''She told me site wouldn't.
only
reply
Olive
A low moan was the
"Vou have settled it between jou?"
the district which was fraught with
Hut no sooner had such terriblii associations and memoriis
Dumbarton gave.
"Practically. We felt sur.e you, who
she realised the sudden deatli of 'i' for her, for Quinton Quave having vol- have always been so good and kind,
whom she had seen in health and unteered to find her a new divelhui'
would not stand in the way of our
strength a few days previously than Iter he had by lucky chance found a quaint happiness."
siiiiuises,
her
active ntiud began to form
i
delightful house ni
to let.
"Nor shall I, Quinton; but I want
vivid imagination to shape fears. After whiJi he had immediately taken for to make sure your love is not fancy.
a long pause she said:
her.
It would be a terrible tiling for the
"This is pitiful poor Valerius. Tell
And here, in this house which wel- or both of you to wake some day to the
mc all, Veronica?"
comed her by its brightness, its air of knowledge that what you thought was
"It is thought it is feared hut
solidity, its promise of reality turned out to be iIluion."
nothing yet known. A letter lay on
his desk "directed to George Con's, and
on the table a bottle which had contained chloroform."
Presently she asked in a voice that
was almost a whisper:
"Is there no letter for me?"
"1 don't know, mother.
I have been
so scared, but I'll co and sec."
d
room,
I,eft alone in the
jftjw-uwiii-u-Ammv
c
her nrief and pitv for Valerius, to
n
immifti' i
"ether with the fear which lay behind
i
them, overcame her, and she began Jo
ob and cry hysterically. Seeing this,
Veronica, on her return, could not keep
back her tears, and they both wept bit
terly for some time. When eventually
the irl was able to control herself and
had partially succeeded in soothing her
mother, she produced an envelooe direc
ted by Valerius and sealed with red
wax, bearing his monogram. And the
curtains having been drawn and the
blinds raised, Olive Dumbarton with
trembling hands opened the letter and
read there the confession she bad dread
ed and anticipated.
Meanwhile all was coiifusion in the
house where the boat, oi Valerius Gal
braith lay; servants going from room
to room with a bewildered air; policemen going to and fro; the chilling,
stagnating atmosphere of death weigh
ing upon all. And among those who
C3me and went was Mackworth, who,
realized
not without disappointment,
that the case which had puzzled him
had been brought to an end without
his aid or intervention.
But ihf previous night the inspector
had returned irom .Fans, whither tic
had gone, to ascertain for himself if
Valerius had been there on the night
Without
o the Hoxton Road tragedy.
much difficulty Mackworth had learned
of Galbraith s absence from his hotel
'i that date, and armed with this fact
CHAPTER XXXIIT.
Olive Dumbarton spent a wakeful,
restful, mil troubled night, vivid ami
scaring thoughts she was powerless to
batiHi, picturing the pa-- t with its
troubles, dwelling on the present with
mystery,
impenetrable
its seemingly
showing the future with its drtail
But when at !a-- t lup came
it was" profound, nor did she wake until
lite in the morning. The fog which
had hung mournfully over the city the
previous evening had not yet quite
lifted, and at first thought the dull gray
atmosphere was the light of early d.iWii.
A glance at her watch showed her it
was past 10 o'clock, and she touched
her hell.
As if awaiting the signal, Veronica
immediately entered, hastily yet noise-less- h
cro-'se- d
the room, and flinging
one "arm round her mother's, shoulders,
kised her.
"Oh, mother, mother," the girl murmured with a sob in her throat.
I lie terror
eromca s
dominant m
voice struck it? hcaiir, in whose mind
immediately arose a fo!cludowiiig of
pain, a foreboding of horror.
"What is it, child"'" she asked,
scarcely able to frame her sentence.
"Something has happened."
"Ah, I know: he i dead." Olive
Dumbarton replied in a tone of despair.
"Not .Mr. liostock," said Veronica,
quickly.
Who then?" her moth r ask"No.
ed hurriedly, a load lifted from her
heart, her ees fixed questioning! upon
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comfort,
the
fir-s-t
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flow can I thank you? What words
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you would have done, for the sacrifice
you would have made for me?"
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"Yes," he answered, impressed by
the gravity of her voices "that would
be terrible, but I cannot imagine it
happening to Veronica or to me, for
I love her cry dearly, and she But
what test can I give you?"
"Time is the only test which can be
employed. Become engaged for twelve
months, and then if you and she are
still of the same opinion, you cad
marry."
"Twelve months is a long time," he
said regretfully, "and I thought but
never mind; it wont be long passing
if we may see each other com:
Thank you. I can't tell ypn how'
you have made me. I wMl ge
Verohiea now, and starting 6 Mw'ent
towards the1 garden, where he knew the"
girl was waiting for him.
,
"How long yea have been. I thought
you were" Mrit coming to tell me?
What has owther said? Veronica exclaimed in Uefrous impatience as he
desired."
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trembling voice ready to break into
tears or laughter.
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gagement vet, vou know. I hat alvv.ivs
begins with a kiss."
Must ours?' she asked, pouting
prettily even while she raited lar
flushed face to his.
A second later she cried out:
"Ah, you have taken three."
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PHONOGRAPH
It was in the earlv summer that
Qumton Quavc, looking shy and ner-oii- s,
came to t.ll Olive Dumbarton
that, jti-- t having been taken into partnership by his father, he was now lit a
position to marry.
"I hcartly, congratulate: you, Qttin-ton- ,"
she said warmly.
"Oh! thank you, thank you," he exclaimed, feeling fresh courage to continue. "And you know I hope, there's
onl. one girl I wish to marr."
"1 should be shocked to hear you intended to niarrv two or three," replied
Olive, who coufd not keep from laughing.
(Juinton lai-'h- ed
likewise.
"I fear 1 am rather foolish," he stammered ; "but what 1 meant to say was
I love no one, I never have loved JJfiy
one, but Veronica and and "
"She knows thi- -, I suppose?" Mrs.
Dumbarton said.
"Oh, yes, I'm sure she does; at least
I strove to let her know that I cared for
her aliove every one else."
"And do yoti think she loves you?"
"I hope you won't think me conceited
when 1 say I fancy she doesT And
that's the reason I've come to ask your
permission to marry her."
Olive Dumbarton leaned back in her
chair, a pensive look upon her face as
she remembered her own early marriage.
"I hope you have no objection to me;
that vou don't dislike me," Quinton
said, alarmed by the silence which had
succeeded his last speech.
"Xo, indeed, Quinton, I Hke you very
much."
"Vou are awfully good."
"But you are verv young, and Veron
ica is younger still.
"We grow older every day, you
know," he said, as solemnly a if he
were for the firt time asserting a great
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