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VERONICA TAKES A HAND

render to passion was something quite new to her experience-even though it was so natural in those whose blood was pulsing with Slavonic fires. To her, love was a more sensible sort of thing-trustfulness and companionship. The rest all followed as a sequence. But Veronica kept her head, and did not attempt to check her friend.
" Well, Yolanda, and what has happened to make you so sad? " she asked at length. When she heard that this romantic lover had not turned up after such a long time, she began to fear that the Princess had only been the passing fancy of some unscrupulous young fellow from the 'Varsity, who had been playing a part to suit the occasion. She did not say anything of these thoughts at the time. She remembered her own rather foolish encouragement of Prince Carl, and her conscience gave a rather guilty twinge. Poor Carl ! how happy he and Yolanda would have been, had Fate not stepped in ! The two girls were very silent for a while, and the car soon pulled up at Trinity. Leaving the Princess in the car she slipped round to Bunny's rooms intending to surprise him. But they were so horribly empty, and had such a deserted look about them that she was rather frightened-she could not say why. On the way back to the car she called at the porter's lodge to find out if they knew the time Bunny had gone out. Her horror mounted high over her surprise when she learned that both Ajax and Bunny had not been seen for a week, and were supposed to have `gone down.'
She was trembling all over when she joined Yolanda outside, and it was that young lady's turn to show her resourcefulness.
" We must telephone your father at once," she said. Speaking to the footman she instructed him to return

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