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CHAPTER XXI - The Opening of the Church

sanctuary of his own stillness. Carlota remained unconscious. There was a consultation of doctors; to no effect. She died at dawn, before her boys could arrive from Mexico; as a cano4 was putting off from the shore with a little breeze, and the passengers were singing the Song of Welcome to Quetzalcoatl, unexpectedly, upon the pale water.

CHAPTER XXII - The Living Huitzilopochtli

THEY buried Dona Carlota in Sayula, and Kate, though a woman, went also to the funeral. Don Ramon followed the coffin, in his white clothes and big hat with the Quetzalcoatl sign. His boys went with him; and there were many strangers, men, in black.
The boys looked odd young shoots, in their black suits with, short breeches and bare knees. They were both round-faced and creamy brown in complexion, both had a touch of fairness. The elder, Pedro, was more like Don Ramon; but his hair was softer, more fluffy than his father's, with a hint of brown. He was sulky and awkward, and kept his head ducked. The younger boy, Cyprian, had the fluffy, upstanding brown hair and the startled, hazel eyes of his mother.
They had come in a motor-car with their aunt, from Guadalajara, and were returning straight to town. In her will, the mother had named guardians in place of the father, stating that the father would consent. And her considerable fortune she had left in trust for the boys. But the father was one of the trustees.
Ramon sat in his room in the hotel, overlooking the lake, , and his two boys sat on the cane settee opposite him.
`What do you want to do, my sons?' said Ramon. `To go back with your Aunt Margarita, and return to school in the , United States?'
The boys remained awhile in sulky silence.
`Yes!' said Cyprian at last, his brown hair seemingto fluff up with indignation. `That is what our mother wished us to ` do. So, of course, we shall do it.'

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