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CHAPTER X - A CRY IN THE NIGHT

had some hair in his hand-from a beard, you said, sir," went on Brewer. " What colour was it ?"
" A darkish brown with a decided gingery tint. That's what puzzles me."
" And do you know anyone with a beard like that ?" asked Brewer.
And all at once Gerry realised he did!

Once more, there was excitement in the Colony at Priory Terrace. Mr. Durkheim had returned to No. 14. There was an air of expectation among the ladies, and a general sort of satisfaction among the men. He was certain to give some of his famous dinner-parties, and they all appreciated these functions very heartily.
They were not disappointed.
That very night-it was the Friday, the day after Gerry and his lieutenant had been in conferenceMr. Durkheim was to hold the first of his entertainments. A charmingly worded invitation had been sent to a select few that very morning, craving their presence in spite of the shortness of the notice-and not one of them refused. Thus quite a happy little crowd met in the big lounge at eight o'clock that evening, and sipped the wonderful old brown sherry their host was so proud of. He himself had not arrived yet ; but he had asked Madelaine Kenton to be his hostess for the evening ; explaining that he might be a little late in joining his guests. Close on the Colonel and his wife came the Peabodys, looking as shabby as ever ; and as it was only a small party, the number was to be made up by the Commander and Molly Finch. Gerry Dalton telephoned at the last moment to say he could not come.
Molly, herself, was very upset. For the last halfhour she had been sitting all dressed and ready to go to No. 14 (which was only next door), and her father

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