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in Bulkrania. Many a time the Queen had wondered why he preferred his German home, but she never learned its secret.
And Madame Freda was perfectly happy and content. This powerfully-minded man exercised a fascination over her that she easily mistook for the most exquisite of all passions-and so he had always seemed to hold her ! When he came to live in the capital, she came with him ; and because he was wealthy and she was charming, they soon rose to a very high place in Society, and became favourites at the Court. Though only the Emperor and her husband knew the secret of the move to the metropolis of the Empire. Indeed she was ignorant of all the Grand Duke's work and schemes. All she did was to obey. She never even questioned the expedient of being known as Frau Witte-the name by which her husband seemed to be known in Society ; though sometimes she thought it strange that, with his ancient title and rank, they should not take advantage of it at a court where everyone was Royal or semi-Royal. Still, she was happy enough ; and, as yet, had not been drawn into sharing the Grand Duke's plans.-That day had yet to come.
" And now," the Chief was saying to the automaton who watched his very eyelids lest they flickered unobserved, " this cable-is it quite satisfactory ?"
" Did your Excellency think so, the last time you used it ? " was the toneless question.
" Yes. It is quite all right from my end-but I there any chance of it going wrong ? I cannot have my plans ruined at the last moment by a mere mechanical breakdown."
" Everything is in duplicate," said the colourless voice.
" But there is only one cable," insisted the Chief.

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"Your Excellency," said the other. "It was the best they could do. Short of being sawn asunder it is quite safe."
The other laughed grimly.
" There isn't much fear of that," he said. But, after all, he could not know eveyything !

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