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"But what's your idea now?""I do not believe that my father is innocent; but I believe thatthere are people more guilty than he, - skillful and prudent knaves,who have made use of him as a man of straw, - villains who willquietly digest their share of the millions (the biggest one, ofcourse), while he will be sent to prison."A fugitive blush colored Mlle. Lucienne's cheeks.

"That being the case," she interrupted, "what do you expect to do?""Avenge my father, if possible, and discover his accomplices, if hehas any."She held out her hand to him.

"That's right," she said. "But how will you go about it?""I don't know yet. At any rate, I must first of all run to thenewspaper office, and get that woman's address."But Mlle. Lucienne stopped him.

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"No," she uttered: "it isn't there that you must go. You must comewith me to see my friend the commissary."Maxence received this suggestion with a gesture of surprise, almostof terror.

"Why, how can you think of such a thing?" he exclaimed. "My fatheris fleeing from justice; and you want me to take for my confidant acommissary of police, - the very man whose duty it is to arrest him,if he can find him!"But he interrupted himself for a moment, staring and gaping, as ifthe truth had suddenly flashed upon his mind in dazzling evidence.

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"For my father has not gone abroad," he went on. "It is in Paristhat he is hiding: I am sure of it. You have seen him?"Mlle. Lucienne really thought that Maxence was losing his mind.

"I have seen your father - I?" she said.

"Yes, last evening. How could I have forgotten it? While you werewaiting for me down stairs, between eleven and half-past eleven amiddle-aged man, thin, wearing a long overcoat, came and asked forme.""Yes, I remember.""He spoke to you in the yard.""That's a fact.""What did he tell you?"She hesitated for a moment, evidently trying to tax her memory; then,"Nothing," she replied, "that he had not already said before theFortins; that he wanted to see you on important business, and wassorry not to find you in. What surprised me, though, is, that hewas speaking as if he knew me, and knew that I was a friend of yours."Then, striking her forehead," Perhaps you are right," she went on. "Perhaps that man was indeedyour father. Wait a minute. Yes, he seemed quite excited, and atevery moment he looked around towards the door. He said it would beimpossible for him to return, but that he would write to you, andthat probably he would require your assistance and your services.""You see," exclaimed Maxence, almost crazy with subdued excitement,"it was my father. He is going to write; to return, perhaps; and,under the circumstances, to apply to a commissary of police wouldbe sheer folly, almost treason."She shook her head.

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"So much the more reason," she uttered, "why you should follow myadvice. Have you ever had occasion to repent doing so?""No, but you may be mistaken.""I am not mistaken."She expressed herself in a tone of such absolute-certainty, thatMaxence, in the disorder of his mind, was at a loss to know what toimagine, what to believe.

"You must have some reason to urge me thus," he said.

"I have.""Why not tell it to me then?""Because I should have no proofs to furnish you of my assertions.

Because I should have to go into details which you would notunderstand. Because, above all, I am following one of thoseinexplicable presentiments which never deceive."It was evident that she was not willing to unveil her whole mind;and yet Maxence felt himself terribly staggered.

Think of my agony," he said, " if I were to cause my father's arrest.""Would my own be less? Can any misfortune strike you withoutreaching me? Let us reason a little. What were you saying a momentsince? That certainly your father is not as guilty as people think;at any rate, that he is not alone guilty; that he has been but theinstrument of rascals more skillful and more powerful than himself;and that he has had but a small share of the twelve millions?""Such is my absolute conviction.""And that you would like to deliver up to justice the villains whohave benefitted by your father's crime, and who think themselves sureof impunity?"Tears of anger fell from Maxence's eyes.

"Do you wish to take away all my courage?" he murmured.