pocket a small note-case of brown morocco leather, with the initials "C.R." stamped upon it in gilt.
"Does this belong to you?" questioned the Tiger.
"Not to me," replied Frank. "But I believe it belongs to my cousin, Mr. Raynor.
"I picked it up a few minutes ago as I was strolling along. Perhaps you will be so good us to give it to its owner."
Frank took the case from the Tiger, and thanked him. Even to this man, suspecting him as he did for a despicable spy, he could only be courteous. And, indeed, but for this suspicion, Frank would rather have liked the man's face, now he saw it closely; the thought passed through his mind that, for a Tiger, he was a civilized one. There was a tone of pleasant freedom in the voice; the dark grey eyes, gazing steadily into Frank's, were earnest and good.
"You come from Trennach," said Frank suddenly,