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will by the time I'm done with her. I'm glad I caught you before you got in. Tell the Chief I'll be through to him before noon, will you? Thanks. "
Delbury continued his way alone. Arrived at Greydene, he rang and, when the maid appeared, asked to be allowed to see Miss Mercia Lyall with as little delay as possible.
The maid hesitated, looking him up and down, and then timidly asked if she could take his card to her. Candidly, Delbury didn't look as though he was of the type who carried visiting-cards.
Delbury laid his card face downward on the tray.
" Don't look at that, miss," he said pointedly. " Just take it straight through to your mistress. Tell her I'd like to see her privately."
In two minutes the maid was back, looking white and not a little frightened. And Delbury knew, and he grinned silently to himself, that the maid had taken a peep at that card before she took it in.
He was shown into the study, and in a little while Mercia came in. She pushed the door open, and paused on the threshold, looking the man frankly in the eyes.
" Mr. Delbury ?" she said quietly.
" Yes, madam, if you please. Would you mind closing the door? Thank you."
Delbury looked at her hard as she came into the centre of the room. Mercia's appearance was a bit of a shock to him. He confessed, all in that fleet-

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