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THE POINT OF HONOUR

"`Are you refusing to go because of our conversation of the other night?' Don Pedro asked.
" 'I have been thinking over what you said. I think your demand unreasonable, but I shall accede to it. The only way I can cease my friendship with Pepe is by not going to places where I am likely to meet him.' A tremor of pain passed over her lovely face. `Perhaps it is best.'
" 'Do you love him still?'
" 'Yes.'
" Don Pedro felt himself go cold with anguish.
" 'Then why did you marry me?'
" `Pepe was away, in Cuba, no one knew when he would come back. Perhaps never. My father said that I must marry you.'
" 'To save him from ruin?'
" 'From worse than ruin.'
" 'I am very sorry for you.'
" 'You have been kind to me. I have done everything in my power to prove to you that I am grateful."
" `And does Pepe love you?'
" She shook her head and smiled sadly.
" 'Men are different. He's young. He's too gay to love anyone very long. No, to him I'm just the friend whom he used to play with when he was a child and flirt with when he was a boy. He can make jokes about the love he once had for me:
" He took her hand and pressed it, then kissed it and left her. He went to the ball by himself. His friends were sorry to hear of Soledad's indisposition, but after expressing a proper sympathy devoted themselves to the evening's amusement. Don Pedro drifted into the card-room. There was room at a table, and he sat down to play chemin de fer. He played with extraordinary luck and made a good deal of money. One of the players laughingly asked where Soledad was that evening. Don Pedro saw another give him a startled glance, but he laughed and answered that she was safely in bed and asleep. Then an unlucky incident occurred. Some young man came into the

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