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THE ENQUIRY BEGINS

he suddenly shot at the other. But his shot went wide of its mark for the Baron answered the question quite openly.
" Yes," he answered simply. " I am sure we were both drugged. The wine did taste wrong. I remembered that fact when I thought it over afterwards. There was nothing at all wrong with the food."
" Then why did you not say so before?" asked Royston.
" Well, m'sieu," said the other, "consider my position. Here was this foolish thing happening to an old man of my experience without my being able to prevent it. Besides this, when I spoke about it to Carl he forbade me to say anything-saying that I was an old ass. Yes, m'sieu, he called me that," he added, and Royston detected a tear in the corner of his eye. "But then, soon after that, Lord Valentine came in and told us that he had had the wine examined, and it had been found to be quite harmless. What could I say after that?"
Royston felt sure that the old man was right. At any rate his story rang true.
" Well!" he said, "don't worry any more, Baron. I will let you know how things go on. Good-night."
He left Baron Erfurt sitting just as he had found him, gazing out into the life of Cambridge, as it fled by on its carefree way. . . .
He found Bunny and Ajax waiting impatiently for him in Bunny's rooms at Trinity.
" Where the dickens have you been all the time?" cried Bunny when Royston put his head in the door. "The coffee's cold ! "
" Well, my dear Bunny," laughed Royston. "Why not make some more? " Bunny laughed.

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