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open, so that he could keep watch. Carl knew that he was a very light sleeper. Furthermore, he was armed with a formidable automatic which he knew how to use to the very best advantage. Why, then, had he not awakened too?
That moment's pause probably saved Carl's life ; for by the time he got out of bed and put on his dressing gown, the man in the next room had slipped out of the door into the darkness beyond ; and that man would have sold his liberty and identity very dearly indeed! Thus when Carl switched on the light, he could not see a sign of anyone ; but the door was wide open, and the `oak' unlatched! Now it was their custom every night to `sport' (shut and sneck) this outer door, and securely lock the inner door as well. The Baron himself used to get up when Parsons came each morning and let him in. Why, then, Carl was wondering, were these doors open? Surely the Baron had not forgotten to shut them? Then he got a shock! His eyes caught sight of something that made his heart stand still-the despatch box stood wide open on the table! With a strangled sort of cry he rushed over, hoping against hope that its contents were still intact. But no! All his mother's letters were gone!
It was a fearful shock. And again, in a momentary spasm of sheer terror, he found himself demanding, Where was the Baron ?
Carl hurried over to his guardian's room. The door which ought to have been wide open was tight shut, and, as he flung it open, he stopped suddenly where he stood: there inside was the old man sound asleep !with a most beatific smile on his usually stern hard features. It did not need a detective to see that the Baron was quite drunk ! It stunned him for a moment to find the man who had been solemnly charged to

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