Under the Big Dipper
servant, I am, in deepest sympathy and devotion, “Yours most sincerely, “John Randolph Morton.”

He enclosed this letter in one he had written to Don, because he wished Helène to read it after Tyler had seen her. He then drove to the Post-office and despatched the letters himself.

The rest of the afternoon he spent in making various calls on officials and agents, and by midnight he was on the train rushing to Liverpool where early the next morning he boarded the steamer which was to carry him home—home at last!

← Page-421 p.422 Page-423 →