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THE ENQUIRY BEGINS

"Now, what about all this business?" countered Royston.
" Well, Johnny," began Bunny, " we have something very important to tell you. We have found out that Ivan, the valet, was in the car when Parsons was knocked down and that he is not Parsons' son at all."
" You mean that the whole business was faked so that Ivan could get into Carl's rooms as his servant? " asked Royston, seeing the gist of the statement.
" It looks like that, doesn't it?" said Ajax. "That woman calling herself Mrs. Parsons came along, almost as soon as the accident occurred, and asked that the supposed son should be taken on in the father's place."
" And Baron Erfurt made all the arrangements, I suppose," said Royston slowly.
" Why, yes," cried Bunny. "In fact, Carl told me that he, himself, did not like the idea at first. Then, after Ivan got into the place and began to make himself useful, he changed his mind."
" Then the Baron engaged Ivan?" asked Royston.
" Yes," answered Ajax. "Good Heavens you don't suspect "
" My dear young man," said Royston from the added dignity of being some five or six years older. "It's my duty to suspect everyone."
" Even you," grunted Bunny at his friend.
Ajax looked so uncomfortable that they both laughed. It helped to relieve the strain a little.
" Why, then," said Royston, going back, "did Ivan want to get into the Prince's rooms? "
" To get the letters, of course," cried Bunny.
" But why did he want the letters, and why did he stay after he stole them? Surely if they were all he wanted he would have made off as soon as he got them. And how did the Prince find the letters again,

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