Robin had gone back to his own town; he was cashier in a big bank there.
Crane drove back to the village and went at once to the cashier, Mr. Lane's house.
Only the cashier and Alan Porter knew that it was in the vault.
Why did not the cashier come, now that he was ready for him?
The cashier had always considered his employer a hard man, and, in truth, who hadn't?
There was accusation, denunciation, abhorrence in the cashier's gaze.
The cashier's hand had been strengthened by Crane's contribution of evidence.
The boy pointed with his thumb to the door of the cashier's office.
Crane and the cashier were still closeted in the latter's office.
For several years he had been cashier in a well-known banking-house.