While he was thinking thus elatedly

  • While he was thinking thus elatedly, he remembered that he wanted
    some clean linen in the morning.

    This he purchased fake oakleys, together with a half-dozen ties, and went to
    the Palmer House.  As he entered he thought he saw Drouet
    ascending the stairs with a key.  Surely not Drouet! Then he
    thought, perhaps they had changed their abode temporarily.  He
    went straight up to the desk.

    "Is Mr. Drouet stopping here?" he asked of the clerk.

    "I think he is," said the latter






    , consulting his private registry
    list.  "Yes."

    "Is that so?" exclaimed Hurstwood, otherwise concealing his
    astonishment.  "Alone?" he added.

    "Yes," said the clerk.

    Hurstwood turned away and set his lips so as best to express and
    conceal his feelings.

    "How's that?" he thought.  "They've had a row."

    He hastened to his room with rising spirits and changed his
    linen.  As he did so replica oakley sunglasses, he made up his mind that if Carrie was
    alone, or if she had gone to another place, it behooved him to
    find out.  He decided to call at once.

    "I know what I'll do," he thought.  "I'll go to the door and ask
    if Mr. Drouet is at home.  That will bring out whether he is
    there or not and where Carrie is."

    He was almost moved to some muscular display as he thought of it.
    He decided to go immediately after supper.

    On coming down from his room at six, he looked carefully about to
    see if Drouet was present and then went out to lunch.  He could
    scarcely eat fake oakley sunglasses, however, he was so anxious to be about his errand.
    Before starting he thought it well to discover where Drouet would
    be, and returned to his hotel.

    "Has Mr. Drouet gone out?" he asked of the clerk.

    "No," answered the latter, "he's in his room.  Do you wish to
    send up a card?"
    "No, I'll call around later wholesale oakley sunglasses," answered Hurstwood, and strolled