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trwil.liil n,Bht, vivid and
caniiK tlioiightt ,lle Wa ,M,wrrlr to
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trouble., ihvrllin? on the present with
!oin tile future with it drrad ikv
ibiluirv Iltil when nt last caine
t wa pruhitind, imr did wake until
tlr 111 the iiiormttK. ll.e fOK which
had Iiiiiib niouriifully vr the city the
j.rpiouH evening had ,U;l ,f quite
lilted, and at firal thought the dull cray
atiiiiMphrre wa the uf earlv daWti
A jjlame at her watch showed hr ii
;vaj past 10 o'clock, ami he touched
A if awaitinK Hie signal, Veronica
inimcdiatelv ent.r.d, hatity yt
iroseil the room, am) flinutilf;
one arm rouml her mother'n iholilderii
"Oil. mother, mother." the girl murmured
with a mitt in her thfoaU
The terror dominant in croilica'i
voice ttntck it. heart r. in whote iniinl
iintiiediately arose a foreshadowing of
pain, a foreboding of horror.
"What if It. child1" khr alrrJ
carcely abte to frame her tentenee.
"StHnethinu ha h.ipp. ur.l "
"Ah. I know . Ik- 1, dead." Olive
numhariun tepli. J hi a tone of desiair.
" N'ot XI r Butock," vaid Verotma,
"No Who then"'" Iter moth' r asked
hurriedl). a haul lifted from her
heart, hrr ee flted iiurstioningl) upon
''alerni'' rfpmied Olive Dumbarton
mcredulotiwi,, the truth mt
reaching her rund
"He wa found dead thl morning on
a eoHcli in hi tudy. Hi uwn came
here to tell u, lull I would tt tllsfitrb
ou It i tern We, terrible, mother
A low iiHMii wai llie only reply Olive
Dumltartati ipm. Out no wmrr had
lie reahrei Ihc gudtleii tlftiih nf one
whom the had aeeit In health ami
(trena;th a few davi prevlmnlj" than her
active mind began to form niitnic, her
vivid imagination to ihape fear. After
a kKiK pHtc ilif Mid:
it pitiful poor Valerius. Tell
tnc all, Veronica r
"It Is thouRht it Is feared but
nothing yet known. A letter fay nu
hit detk direetetl to George lorii, and
rm the table a bottle which had contained
Ireetly she asked in a voice that
wa almost a whisper:
"1 1 there no letter for me?"
"I don't know, mother. I have been
mi eared. but I'll no ami see.'
lrft alone in the room,
her grief and pity for Valerius, together
with the fear which lav behind
thein. overcame her, and ihe began to
sob and cry hysterically. Seeing this,
Veronua, on her return, could not keep
batk her trar, and they both wept bitterly
for some time. When eventually
the Rirl able to control herself and
liad partially succeeded in soothing her
mother, she produced an envelope directed
by Valerius and sealed with red
wax, bearing his monogram. And the
curtains having Iteen drawn and the
blinds raied, Olive Dumbarton with
trembling hands opened tilt letter and
read there the confession she bad dreaded
Meanwhile all was enrffusion in the
house where the bodt hi Valerius
lav; servant front room
to room with a bewildered air; policemen
going to and fro; the chilling,
stagnating atmosphere of death weigh
mg upon all. And among those who
came and went was Mackworth, who.
not without disappointment, reahred
that the case which had puzzled him
had Iteen brought to an end without
Ins aid Of intervention.
But the previous night the Inspector
had returned from Paris, whither he
had gone, to ascertain for himself if
Valernts liad been there on the night
o the Hoxton Road tragedv Without
much difficulty Mackworth had learned
of (jfllbraith's absence from his hotel
11 that date, and armed with this fact
1- id hastened to London, resolving
! further to trace the movements of the
mail who it now seemed possible was
connected with Dumbarton's death.
With morning Mackworth found his
labors mmecessarv. Valerius had es
caped. Iraing n letter which acknowledged
When m due time a jury had returned
verdict declaring Valerius
BMi'tv of tbe death of David
Dumbarton and the innocence alike of
Olive and George Uostock was established.
That the latter had confessed
to n murder of which he had not been
guilty was set down by the press and
received by the public as a consequence
of the dehrimn from which he
liad suffered, being a not
Uncommon occurrence with tho4 whose
minds were temporarily affected by
drink, fever or accidents.
As time passed George Uostock s
consciousness, at first faint and
gradually strengthened and retained
Its hold for longer periods and
five days after the last operation he
was enabled to answer iluestionS. His
replies, which were always monosyllabic,
seemed delivered wrtlt reluctance, and jt
was thought advisable not to tax Ins
mind by addressing Inquiries, or enlightening
hint regarding what had
happcneif until his brain regained more
of its former strength.
Again and again Headwck had felt
prompted to tell him of Galbra.ths confession,
but that he feared to disobey
orders. But when one afternoon, while
seated beside the patient, the latter suddenly
"How is she?" .
"Head wick, knowing to whom he referred,
astircd him she was well. A
look of contentment that relieved its
weariness passed across Rostock s face.
Then his friend, bending over him,
said, in a low voice:
"We know now that you made a mistake;
that you never killed Dumbarton."
..... , ...
Rostock looked at tne ii.m.....
anxiously wondering, but made no reply.
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"You understand what I say?"
"Vis; but why do ott think I was
mistak'ii?" he whispered.
"Ik-cause the man who, was guilty ha
confessed and given proof of his crime."
"Who was it?
George RoRtock closed his ccs; his
mind could hear no more and
forRook him. Throughout the
remainder of the day and the following
night his symptoms were feverish, but
next morning he was calmer, and his
friend not lteing there he eagerly asked
the nurse for particulars regarding Valerius
Galbraith's confession. And they
being given him, he remained silent
and thoughtful, pondering over what he
had heard, dwelling on the invstcry that
Had Miru. umleil the tragedy, or the part
lie had felt prompted to take when believing
himself (King, and on the speculation
which had tterplexed him on recognizing
flat he was destined to recover.
And meanwhile Olive Dumbarton,
whose health h.id been uiidermmd by
the cruel suspense, terrible anxietv and
mental strain which the tragedy of her
husband's death and its cotueoucnccs
had laid upon Iter, broke down the mo
ment tierfcct relief was assurrd her
I'rouipt and careful treatment alone
aed her from brain fever, but utter
prostration, mentally and !i) sicnlly, re
mained, ami at times she despaired of
ever regaining her former condition.
So soon as she was able to leave her
rooms site was ordered o the Riviera.
there to rem im until winter had passed,
o that when (Jcore Rostock had left
the hospital in February she was still
abroad and had by that time almost recovered
In March Mrs. Dumbarton was back
jn" town, but not to Ihe houe or to
UHf mi strict which was fraught with
such ternblii associations and memories
for her, for Qulnton Quavc having volume-red
to find her a new dwellin"
he had In l.nky banco found a 'uai"t
delightful lion- hi K- t" lit
wbi.li ir had immediately taken for
And here, in this louse which wcl
comrd Si. r by its brightness, its air of
old fabiuned si'idity, its promise of
It was in the early 9tuiihier thai
Quinton Quavc, looking shy and nervous,
came to t.ll Olive Dumbarton
that, just having been takeu into partnership
by Ills father, he wa9 now in a
position to marry.
"I hcartly congratulate: you,
she said warmly.
"Oh I (hank you, thank you," he
claimed, feeling frfsh courage to conJ
tunic. "And you knoWi hope, there's
oiil;, one girl 1 wislt to marr."
"I should be shocked to hear yoh intended
to marry two 6r three," replied
Olive, who could not keep from" laughing.
(Juiuton Implied likewise
"I fear 1 am rather foolish." he stammered;
"but what I meant to say" Was
I love iid one, I never have JoVed Wy
one, but Veronica" and and "
"She knows this, 1 suppose?' Mrs.
"Oh, yes, I'm sure she does; at least
I strove to lei her know that I cared for
her above every one tUe."
"And do yotf think she loves you?"
"I Iiodc you Won't think the concell4
when I say I fancy she doeiT Ana
that's the reason I've come fo ask you?
permission to marry her."
Olive Dumbarton leaned back in her
chair, a pensive look upon her face as
he remembered her own early marriage.
"I hope you have no objection to me;
that you don't dislike me," Quinton
said, alarmed by the silen.ee which had
succeeded bis last speech.
"No, indeed, Quinton, I hke you very
"You are awfully good."
"Ruf you are very young, and
is younger still. '
"We grow older every day, you
know," he said, as solemnly as if he
were for thfe first time asserting a great
"As yet you are a there boy, and
she a tnertf girl, and neither of you can
be expected td khoto youF own minds."
"Oh, Mrs. Dtlfnbartoii,'' he replied,
hurriedly, and with a tone of reproach.
"Pardon me, but yuti make a mistake.
I am quite resolved to mafry Verofilca
and no one else. You don t understand
bow 1 loVe her."
She smiled at Ills eafriesihts.
"And I don't think Veronica will ever
marry any mail but hie," he added,
proudly. "Slid told me She wouldii't'
"You hayif settled if between your"
"Practically. Wi felt su yoth who
have always been to good and kind
would not Stand in the way ot our
"Nor shall I( Quinton) but I .want
to make sure your love is not fancy.
It would be a terrible thing for the
or both of you to wake! some day. to trie
knowledge that what you ihotigm was
reality turned out to be illusion."
Anil aa the llanira coimumril each aeimrntfi ahect It waa A though a year of bis
eilitcnce hail eacapvd his craap.
comfort, she met George Bostock for
the first time since his accident. As he
entered the room where she awaited
him, she rose nervously and advanced
with outstretched hands, her eyes meeting
his, her heart too full for utterance
of what she felt.
He was tcihng her in a voice he strove
to steady and command how glad he
was they had met again after what
seemed a century, because of all the
darkness it had held for both, when she
suddenly interrupted ium, for she could
keep no longer silent:
"How can I thank you? What words
of mine can tell you how I feel for what
you would have dorit, for the sacrifice
you would have made for mc?"
It was now his turn to remain mute,
but only for n Stcondl the opportunity
lie desired was given him, and lie rapidly
"Give me( if you can, your love; it
is the one thing" I have hoped for and
Very calmly, her eyes seeking his, she
"It is yours already."
"Mine?" he exclaimed in delight, and
he took her in his arms as if he would
snatch her from all further pain and
shelter her from care.
While the short afternoon of that
spring day died, they two emptied their
hearts. lie told her what he believed
she neither knew nor suspected, how
from the first day be "saw her a fresh
interest had come into his lonely life,
and out of this interest had sprung a
love that was to him a revelation; told
her of the pride he had felt in her success,
of the happiness he had found in
her friendship, of the grief he had
known because he was unable to claim
her as his own.
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"Yes," he answered, impressed by
the gravity 6f her voice "that would
be terrible, but I cannot imagine it
happening to Veronica or io me, for
I love her yery dearly, and she-But
what (est can I give you ?"
"Time- is the' only test which can be
cmployedi Become engaged for twelve?
months, and then if you and she are
stili of the same opinion you cart
"Twelve trionths is a long time," he
said regretfully, "and I
never niihdj ft won't be long passing
If we may see each other contWwfalry.
Thank you. I can't tell you hoW Mfcto;
you have tuade me. I will g jUM ten
Veronica now' and starting up m Went
towards the garden, where he knew the
girl was waiting for him. .
"How long yea have been. I thought
yoti we're fcereY coming to tell me?
What has mether said?,f Veronic ex-claimed
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"She says we must be engaged for
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"She does? Oh, Quinton, I can hardly
believe it, can you?" she said, her
trembling voice ready to break into
tears br laughter.
"We haven't entered into our engagement
yet, you know. That always
begins with a kiss."
Must ours?" she asked, pouting
prettily even while she raised htr
flushed fac6 to his.
A scond Inter she cried out:
"Ah, you have taken three."
"'Hint wfc are engaged."
"Yes' he ailswercd, laughingly
that's for luck."
A Boston boy, with the proverbial Boston
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exclaimed the aunt, "I am surprised"
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