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sor Heard the jingle of keysand
When he slipped Into the shop
the jeweler was kneeling before
a big s'afe, twisting the 'knob this
way and that The younger man
stood triumphantly over him
Finallythe door swung open, Mr.
liolstadt thrust inhis hand and
pulled it-ojit' with a string of enor
Ihous diamonds dangling i r.omhis
fingers. " ' .
The young man, his eyes never
leaving the other's face, was
reaching otit for 'them, when the
professor pushed over a vase. It
fell with a crash. Theyouug'man
leaped backward. Suddenly, as
though released from the spell,
the jeweler-raised his head. He
saw the diamonds between His
fingers, then lopked at-the young
man before him.
"Guiffor-d!" he cried.
The professor turned toward
the door." At the threshold He
looked back. The young man had
thrown himself on his knees be
fore the other. fi -
"God forgive me,, uncle ! Iiieed
ed money, ITiypnotjzd,' you, as
you slept to make you. steal the
jewels for me."
The professor went out quietly,
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