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CHAPTER IV - THE COMMANDER'S SECRET

looked still further behind things for the real cause of it all !
But perhaps her own mother was really to blame. She, like everyone else, had noticed the Commander's preoccupied manner during the last few months ; but whilst her daughter put it down to worry at work, she found the explanation in the fascinating Mrs. Kenton. And, woman-like, she let her imagination run away with her.
So it came to pass that before anyone could realise it, Mrs. Finch and her mother were on their way to the West Indies on a six months' cruise. And when a certain man received a note from the Commander to the effect that they had actually sailed, he just laughed.
He could do all he wanted in six months !
The Commander went down and saw his wife off at Southampton, returning the day after she sailed. He was still worrying over the whole affair. His memory had been getting steadily worse lately, and by this time he had quite grown to think that the cruise had been forced upon him by his wife. Then, for another thing, they had not really been able to afford so expensive a holiday and when this seemed to be on the point of cancelling the trip a packet arrived containing five crisp bank-notes, each for a hundred pounds. This caused much alarm to his peace of mind and completely astonished his wife.
There was nothing to indicate the origin of this mysterious letter ; and other than the notes, it simply contained a typewritten slip bearing the words " For the Holiday Fund."
When in Southampton, he had remembered another of his strange impressions, and went to an oculist to act on it. . . The man who examined his eyes told him outright that he did not need what he demanded, and there had been some unpleasantness. But he came away with a pair of dark tinted spectacles, which he

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