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" Then we will go at once to the station and enquire at the hotel," said Royston. " Who else can tell us anything about him ? "
" He is a great friend of the Kentons-Colonel and Mrs., you know, sir-and, of course, Mr. Riddell Warner in Newcastle here," said Brewer, " Though he knows nothing about him beyond the fact that the Comte came over here to see him, bringing an introduction from a very high official in the German Government. The introduction is in order, because I had it verified through the Foreign Office. It would seem that the Foreign Minister of Germany had 'O.K.'d' it."
" That is very strange," said Royston. He was wondering if something had happened of which he had not heard. But what could have happened ? The Comte he had known was dead-he must be! " Well, we will go to the hotel at any rate," he said, " and then we can call and see the Kentons."
It did not take them long to get to the Central Station Hotel, and soon they were closeted with the manager. . . .
" But you don't mean to say that you cannot describe the Comte ? " asked Royston at last.
The manager had told him that the Comte had given up his rooms the previous day and that no one could tell where he had gone. But what had surprised Royston was the fact that no one seemed to know what he looked like.
" Did you know this, Brewer ?" he asked, turning to him.
" Well, sir, I understood he was suffering from a severe cold all the time he was in the north-and for that reason always went out well wrapped up about the mouth and throat. There seemed no mystery about that ! But I didn't know that no one had seen his face."
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