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" 'Until when?
" 'The 13th of June this year.'
" 'Did you quarrel with him?'
" 'No, sir; when he left me on the
evening of the 12th he told me I was
the only person in the world he lov
ed.' " 'Your first intimation of this de
parture, then, was when you read it
in the newspapers?'
" Tes, sir.'
" 'What did you do then?'
" 'As soon as I could get myself to
gether I walked out of the flat and
got a position with Mrs. '
" 'That will do; call the next witness.'
"Harvey's father absolutely denied
that Harvey had ever had any con
versation with him about the flat
" 'Where is your son now?' he was
" 'Somewhere in South Africa look
ing after a large investment of
mine,' he answered.
"Well, to make a long story short,
Mrs. Waverly, they managed to make
me look like an adventuress and a
thief. The jury found me, guilty and
I was sentenced to a year in the re
formatory, but at my dear employ
er's request I was paroled to her, and
now comes the question upon which
I want to ask your advice.
(To Be Continued.)
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ONE?" SAYS DE JEDGE
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