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mart
toward
"Ah .
ight in In.-, direi I
Furth< 1
his hand.
AM attottadini apathji prwatled i;i 'ht»
■**• I'mttil Staten when th:-< rounti . ■» v- thmtt
med with war with Japan Vlth.'unh the roofiiel
hail bam impending for spveral »i-«-k^. and the
Japanese had been mobilizing their n;i\y and ib-
Tu>uaty KfttniK raadi t.. make :i baQisaranl move.
the ( ; ivrrnmeDt h:i.! eomplaceßtrj aad supinely
gone on it* way. even > > ..;;.iii< » tW ..ti '.;* f..rtiticsv
tlona in the Philippines; :u,,l wd I. whrn »:tr w.-vt
finally declared and Japanese varahips sjinnafinl r?
Manila, the Stan and Stripes wen btlW (ruOl !ho
lorl aad 1 hi- white rl.i« of surreo :• run up, autwith-
Staodina thai not a jbvt bad U-en tire,). The - i:itf
;.r teedura mm followed :it Hawaii
1 ha atlßtimstratioa replied with tadin>reuce aad
fvaaion to all testa fr.in the i>res.s and !..t;i;ii
repicaentativea foe information, and lv cap In
climax •■! its apiaiinfj action ordarad all tba [>r:n
ctpal warahipi in th«> l':in:if to rf[n>rt al oace I •
Bahitaur*, and then announced iny-'rr: .u-U thai
there probably w >uld aui be may turjuing ..ti laad
< "is HilUer, aacrMary ..f the British tjabaaq ai
Washington, was ordered to Loadoa t.> lay Ut.re
the Foreign 1 «•»;'■,■ nich ihtaa? •.•• he knew. He was
111 love with NetUM Roberts, tlautch-er ol ■ > «l.t
Bill" Roberta, an eccentrit invcatoc wan m.i::i
tlimeil ell— rebatioai with the t ermneii! .
1 pun the outbreak of bostilities, Norma, lo mh •-<»
abilit) her father said had been due •he perfect i' r;
•if lu^ invention.-*, started on a sserel triptoFtomla,
in enmpaay with several of the nighi officials of
the I nite<l States m\ \ .
Ihe Uovernmeal xutfiienly Lnosd a call t".r vol
unteers, and established :i line ul excummuniratioo
■rroM :he borders ..| Canada aad M.m... War
■bipj were ordered lo patrol both roaxts, the c kbba
were nil, ami wirelr »tatintt3 ,ie-f 1 ..> e,l. ami the
fori'imi representative!! in WasbtnCtoa were told
thai after forty «r>nsht hours the] would not be
permitted to saad or receive any out.-i.le comßunti
ealiinw.
♦ 'mint S.-i«i>. a prominent younii TlipWIM Ml. ri-
mained in the Uatted St» aftet the U-mnninu
of the war m the >trret :ufent "I hi.-. Goramaaaat;
and, ado|>tina the kuim of :i rhii laun.lry man,
50.,11 dnsorerad enough so coovinre him that the
•i(i.n.iu.-itrtt:.i!i waa ent(:iKe\l 111 luvstt-rioiis [wipaia
THE EDGE OF THE PIT
Wiciceison w.is playing with the beautiful
in >;r.iy, whose name, it veins, was Yir^tni.i
Martin. I t.nik itinr.iiur .Mo >Tiij>^h.>ts o4
evetyane in sight, but more partkrularty "t
those tuatiui which l>r,>n lit M: . Martin
into the closest and m si ..i::-.;;'..ir attitude
toward the other ruests,
I mttst confess that v was with much pleas
ure I saw how cheerfully mv i>l<l friends waiiue 1
toward the exqui: ite beauty and gracious ir..i!-.
ner <>t the irl Landoa too wasmach less
peevi h than 1 had expet '.■■ I, and in the ex» ite
meni of the tenni • battle forgot bis tr.-.iMi-.
and banged the balb about with th.- enthusi
.i in ol .i :•■ il sport. So i■- I h.i 1 socceedei] in
not meeting biro alooe; indeed, 1 !iui,t confess
that since ' had indirectly informed hnn ol his
engagement 1 had not 1• •■ > U < - i fairly int>> hi>
eyes. Hut well 1 knew that the iking ol tl;o
•tunn was delayed only far the moment.
Purthermose, . knew it had arrived, when,
just before I had finished dressing for dinner,
i servant came to my room and said that
1. hi. l. in wished t.i ice me alone, an i. ■.; poa -.
ble, it most be it once
In hi ■ manner there w.^ t; »thing of the ap
proaching tempest. 1 w.i^ arranging my tie .it
the in >ment in front ol the mirror, and when 1
had said, Come in " ii answer to hi^ kn ■Is
and h.i i heard the .1.>., r click behind him, I
turned round and found him I>». •kin^ nut only
entirely reserved and > dm in lii^ evening
clothes, bat I thought really very well con
ditioned and athlete .m>! attractive.
" Tike .i cigarette." said I "Yoa wi:' find

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Synopsis of Preceding Chapters
ti •:.- ' tretnei I ■•.- . •> ..fn W-y
ujx>n .» conference . i liwfr*
BaM >ii tba uotskiru : W bf sudd»?
mm - .:::eih:ii|g thai - . • v .:i lit^a*-'
**Onls the cuda can says \ He "iVae.
;":•.. i- ':.•■ \n.l- »at<!i,-.i. m . --t : . V'
l*uici-t Sound, hopta* ••:■■. -■ ■ • r»n*a
ami w:irr. h:.- ■ . . ■ • -..- he »*
.1 i •-. i ba ».t.« ■■
Japan -<••.: the most t • I wir^fc-l*
ewr :n. ■!■:!. .•■■■: ■-' ' '
I'nited Stales
fare. . I the -.-... . - ■: ■
.■. : . ■
Atlantic to pact] < . . » als
I'l'T.M.
Hilli.Tw.i-. *n( >■ i k i • •he !**■>■
• :■»• 1 nitc i Si .
t.> <set tn Washiactun v ■ .
. m iry, k» te a - ■ ■
unable :■• m-i through the üßaavetf
With her aanrj v .: m.i »»
alainal inuiirti.ftv. traw. r.ipU-si >*
with laermaay; Imit .-• . ; il moßifK
the warlike K.i-.' m I r also itW
peared, and, to add I i they •<<*
found la have lad been -• • «riai»" n '
American Ambaaetad r lo IV
Admiral Ruben !•• . - I -\iv-ri ■
mi.1.!.-i.lv appeared ••.■■ c Kirn "• l-<"» 1 -!:
ami asked thai the King. I * ni- !5 *"
the Km 1 urd ol the Ado -">' h: -f
a mysterious journey. I'hev. ■ w.iveiwi. *
-u.iirniv brought . \ . . «bo b* l
m command ■•:' the B !■» t:!W ."
disappeared; ami, yielding I .•.■!■'.■• r"* 0 *
■iui >. the) departs! with th.- '■
I' he n.-\t RMvniiim the • . "
»:i> finaiKJ imtins pearafuU) i ' l '* *
rhanwa impumiMa • ■ ba k i 'I' l I *j"J
>m.»1!.-st tui;U.:«', M.t upin-r « . - « ere ■' <m *r\
in; l»it -hi- n»sM - vn IB °*"
tl.>. :im,) th* tint -h r J i»: ■ h^^
Snnult:iiii-o ii-! v w:-Ji h.r :
thai the Kuiit. I'r.is,,. Mia - ! HF '
tin- Admiralty had taysten . ■ !>•«**
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