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strong coffee in the meantime." He knew what to dohe was very fond of detective novels !
" And I will see to the Baron," cried Bunny. "But buck up, Carl! We mustn't be too long."
Carl sat looking at them in a half dazed manner. He wanted time.
" All right," was the very sleepy answer. "But I must see to the Baron first. Will he be all right if we get him off to bed? "
" You have quite enough to do to look after yourself. Leave him to us," said Ajax firmly.
" Where's Ivan? " cried Carl petulantly ; his brain was still very fogged through the power of the drug.
" Never mind him, for goodness' sake ! Can't you manage to bath yourself without a valet for once? " came the caustic comment.
Indignant with his tormentors and stung by their reproaches, Carl hurried off to the bathroom, without another word.
" Yes," said Bunny thoughtfully, when he had gone, " I would like to know where that blighter is myself." It was strange what a dislike he had taken to Ivan. "And also why the lunch table is not cleared away at five o'clock in the afternoon?"
" It almost looks as though he expected this to happen, and stayed away on purpose," commented Ajax, as he stood watching the hot water beginning to rise in the percolator.
" Well, it's evident, at any rate, that Carl and the Baron did not bring this on themselves. They are not drunk. We must certainly have that wine examined. Do you remember how the same thing happened the night the letters were stolen? It's no mere coincidence. But whoever did this took a tremendous risk of being found out!"

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