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THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT The Handsome Man by MARGARET TURNBULL V lnuldraliolm by mWIN MY~3S Copyright by Margaret TurnbulL W. N. U. ~rvice. THE S'PORY ~,i~ " Returning to London, practi- cally penniless, after an unsuc- cessful business trip. Sir George 8andison taks$ dinner with hie widowed stepmother, his old nurse, "AggT.' He did not ap- prove Of her marriage to hie fa- father, but her explanation eat- isflee him. Little ie left of the estate, and Lady Sandison pro- poses that they go to the United St~ttes to visit her brother, Rob- ert MacBeth, wealthy contractor. CHAPTER 1--Continued --3-- Agnes, Lady Sandison, glared at stepson. "Such a to-do about a pickle money. Well, that's that, now we come down to bare rock. even at the rent I have out of they foreigners, won't you at the first. You've the taxes pay, and one or two debts At the of the second year you'll have a bit left over, but It will be at end of the second. Wlmt's your Sir George lifted his hands, and let fall. "I have none as yet.. I to go to my uncle and ask him." "You'll get nothing," interrupted Sandlson grimly. "I was to him, He'll do nothing." Sir George blushed. Lady Sandison gave him a keen "It wasn't because I asked that Lord Cheddar-Armstrong do anything for his sister's Indeed, I didn't ask him outright. came to the solicitor's office, to see the settlement of the estate, asked to see me. He was agalnat for the oll business. He consid- that you had thrown the little your mother had left you away." "I did." t'And he said there was no more money going that gait, and asked me to tell you that he'd sons his own to start In life. He wished welt but he didn't care to see you had made ~ome effort to a useful member of society." "MeanIn gY"' ~Marrylng money, I take it." ~But how?" Lady Sandisou laughed. "He left to you. He said something about share of the family looks being that the Armstrongs were r