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CHAPTER XXV - A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY

him, and for him to silence the pertinent enquiries of the gendarme who had appeared mysteriously from apparently nowhere 1 The man got a shock to see Royston's credentials, and from that moment he was treated as a prince.
" The time," Royston gasped when he got a moment to breathe, " -the time."
" Twelve noon, m'sieu," said the fawning attendant.
Royston dashed out of the train on to the platform. He would be too late ! He could never do it now ! He rushed breathlessly along to the exit hall. But he did not get very far. All at once there began an ominous rumble in the distance, and as it grew nearer it grew more menacing-it sounded like the angry roar of a beast of prey when it springs for its victim.
But he did not need to ask its cause. . . . He hardly needed to hear the excited cry of the populace as the rapidly travelling news reached them a few moments later. The Archduke was dead . . . and he had failed. . . !

A few days after this, Gerry Dalton himself was going to be called on to play the principal part in a great tragedy. He had heard only that morning that Royston was on his way to help him. Nothing had happened in the north for a week and Gerry had become absolutely frantic. At last he had rung up the Chief and was told that Royston would come up at once. Gerry did not know of the General's kindly reception of Royston when he returned hot-foot from Bosnia to report failure at Serajevo. General Mason knew quite well, by now, what had happened to cause their plans to go wrong. Furthermore, he was able to assure Royston that even if he had not befallen that terrible adventure in the train, he could not have prevented the murder, for two strange men had

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