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IN SOKIA

Prince Carl, which Professor Vivien had declared was caused by a poisoned needle. Unfortunately, in the Prince's case, his system had succumbed. There was much similarity between the two cases. That same rigidity of features he had noticed in the other, seemed to indicate the similarity of the two poisons. Royston had no hesitation in concluding that the same agency had been at work. This was getting interesting ! The criminal he had sought in England and had traced to Vienna-was now in Sokia! The net was beginning to close at last-but who it would close on, he could not even guess at present !

Royston now decided to make use of some of his introductions from Prince Gustave. He was still anxiously awaiting the message from His Excellency the Ambassador in Paris, but he would have to be patient-Ambassadors must not be hurried.
His first visit was to Baron Stron, and fortune favoured him ; for with him he found the other two of that staunch band of Musketeers-the Prime Minister and the Admiral. They greeted him cordially enough, though Royston could see that they were still suffering from the shock of the Prince's death. He wondered if their reception of him would have been so friendly if they had known how Prince Carl had really come by his untimely end-at the hand of a murderer!
" And how was Her Majesty the Queen, when you saw her last?" enquired Baron Stron eagerly.
" I'm afraid I saw very little of Her Majesty," explained Royston. "She kept in strict seclusion at her house in Shelford. She only saw people closely concerned with the sad business she is directing. But I hear she is feeling the blow very severely. I had the

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