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ROBERT W. CHABERS From Chapter !. of 'The revels "The Talkers" in January HEARST'S INTERNATIONAL. r eATURNINE, without delusions, Then he encircled her waist again grew gSadoul went about his business in ahe drew a swift, agonized breath and life doing no particular good, and Lif lurched forward against him. nmd noisier, eroRetoe to silk-cldter . s''agg-hrm aha * ul by a tlent. ehad eena litlefell backward, and then, as he caught her, and Sutton, of everything, and always clever--art th-en-I-or---coll-ps-di-hi student, medical student, reporter, critic, Sutten tried to fnd her pulse, and writer-intelligent, aoroit. Beaegd;1-rried to locate her ,hear aet fa e-He entaie nodlsin onen e ou t. There was nothig tolosn ing mankind, its friendship or its love; her, went out to the gallery ad he neither expected nor desired anything shouted down through the clatter and of it exetthe saturnine amusement Th n sf4 b~ f f1 ~ lme music: which he extracted from it, and which e"Sadoull Sadoul Come up here!" was his principal form of pleasure. yo ed. you better with wae Cac trippe him up. An- PocanT. and come up. I don't know swering his call for an English stenog- what ails her. * rapher one day the American firm on the th endntgregtin g Sadoul and Pockman, in gorgeous coe C'4 . Rue Colchas sent him a girl, Gilda Green- tumes but unmasked, entered together in fascinated. ,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~a way, equipped to take dictation. o h rm nosyC a br Ovl afwmn~s vrhr aoladSt re had not app"ar' that Gilds equipped newest and greatest c1ck-n t rluton watched him. She wore no stays more than that. Sadoul silently went there was not much to her bodice anyway .)GLi U LII mass aor nor. yau s uywn ia Sadoul became her shadow everywhere. And, always wishing for. It will be gay--amasked affair. thnthdareyrvel. save onyfrcranlnsogeitne esee All the men dress as kings; all the womenas queens. h w e ace i; h esrl etit a il !' aeonyfo etanlie f eisac, esemd You have that wonderful green costume you wore o vrtigh a on rocpe utn a girl atteata al ae' o? Whsesda adPcna oly " M w~~~~~~~Z to have utterly mastered her. But those occult lines a h uinblhvntyu? berring's."... g hl She nodded. Her eyes, which were emerald- Thi gir "s dea t reeae Pok' stil look-uo erhdaled ee ae His Ipresio uon hr hadalredy ben ma e en, widened. nsgifctlataou.Tehehrgdhi he could stamp it no deeper, the girl was not in love - "I'd like to go," Gola said.boysulewetvrtoheeepnad a d withShhm. Sheneverwouldbe. Anddheoknewest. n ' c eem to She seemed to be a passionless little thing, her beathi ,lden ch s containing nothing-thea Ofaborted. A masked figure followed th noiselessly up MS~e d esn't scou w er. ned enIEarly in Spring a cabled offer from New York stairs and slipped behind the portieres to observe FiehusadpsdsncPokahddet brought Sadoul's affairs to a cliev. For three days the save oolslforerformed lisestartlisgstancelhe.seome o Sadoul beat at her very soul to club It into sbmis- Sutton, face td face with his first real adventure, Hi <mprsion. Then he crawled and wept. The lines held. was fascinated by the little Queen in reen-a;ot Again he battered her with his implacable will prepared perhaps to encounter such youthful shy till her bruised, stupefied mind gave. up. But the ne at Derring's. And now he attempted to ds atheut ynd cover her identity, rather roughly, but she evadednot She was in a dae when the civil ceremony was his curiosity and ardent advances and coaed him Eaperformed. He cabled to New York, giving up his to show her Derring's quarters. quarters at the Fireside Club, and requesting his The masked man watched them out of narrow sfriend, Dr. Pocnaw, to secure for him a furnished eye-slits. They visited the farther rooms; then, a Aga housekeeping apartment on Riverside Drive having satisfied her curiosity, the Queen in Green He was having his way with her-or tried to bee all~~~~~ie held. o erdinyhel tS ere he was having ist whe the tii ceremon wasp y d peHAnd then Destiny pulled an ugly face at him. sutto rera ir t s ply ar L a seo For the girl utterly refused to submit to the relig- S O lre . An to e r h . masked and they had stopped by the terese houseeping p te o Riversild close that the man behind them could Drveb d :ti" " "them-that the girl turned impulsively to utton, almsmecpil repn costecutr "George Dering is giving a dance at his studio put her arms around his neck, and too k alariment to-night" said Sadoul one day to Gilds pi.onately as he gave it. Faer their return to New York. "If you care to It lasted u a second. She sg-pped ( I n Jnay AR S come you'll have one of those good times' you're the portier. Both seemed hotly embarssed. ahis Is One of the Gems in the Rich and Varied totment of daTreasuresyntoJ urldo S EAS'ST RAIOA Ltberaiaa you?"