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see if they can tell us anything," ordered Royston. "There is something wrong here! "
" But how did he manage to hide his face ?" he demanded of the manager, as Brewer went off.
" He was very seldon here for meals," was the reply. " And when he was, he fed alone in his private sittingroom, attended by his own valet."
Brewer soon returned with the information that the police were well posted in most of his general movements, but as he was so much out of their area, they did not bother much. They did not seem to attach any undue importance to the fact that he always went about well wrapped up-after all, it was known that he had lived abroad a great deal. They had reminded Brewer, too, that they had nothing against the Comte, and did not consider it necessary to shadow him in any special sort of way.
" They are quite right," said Royston, when Brewer repeated this to him. " They cannot be blamed. But I must have the man's description. The whole thing is ridiculous ! Why ! It's like looking for a needle in a cartload of hay and not knowing whether it's there or not ! "
" Mrs. Kenton may know, sir," said Brewer.
Royston looked at him. He had read Gerry Dalton's ideas on the subject-especially about the brooch incident, when the young man's quick eyes had noticed her confusion at the mention of the Comte's name and how she had pricked her finger in order to cover her terror. Although he had travelled nearly three hundred miles already that day, Royston set off bravely to see the Colonel and Mrs. Kenton. He was lucky in finding them at home, and introduced himself at once.
They were horrified at his dreadful news, for both of them were very much attached to Gerry. The Colonel would not believe it at first, and his obstinate

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