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" Well, no! I only gathered that from his various questions," said the other exasperatingly. "But he gradually ceased to bother about the man and finally concentrated on the woman. Now we had a woman!"
" A woman," said Royston quickly. "Was she a blonde? "
" No! She wasn't," answered the man. "Otherwise she might have fitted in with your case. But why not see her chambermaid, sir? " he suggested. "I believe she's one of the usual `nosey' sort."
" I will," decided Royston. "Can you tell me where I can find her? "
" Go upstairs and ask on floor `A'," the man said.
You will find her there-her name's Harris."
Without another word, Royston climbed upstairs to the first floor. He had no difficulty at all in unearthing the maid in question. The man had been right when he summed her up as 'nosey.'
" I wonder if you can tell me about a lady who stayed here last night," he said thoughtfully looking at a sovereign which had mysteriously appeared in his hand. "She left early this morning."
" You mean Madame Domikoff? " she asked, her eyes on the sovereign.
" Yes!" was the reply. "Tell me all about her."
" You are the second gentleman who has asked for her," she said suggestively. "One last night, and now-you. As a matter of fact Madame has not yet arisen."
" What! Ten o'clock and she's not up?" cried Royston scenting trouble.
" We are not supposed to interfere with our visitors' wishes," said the smirking woman. "And the gentleman who was so anxious to meet her last night, might have something to say," she added.

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