He caught sight of Mrs. Elroy in a box and vowed he would make her pay to the uttermost for the misery she had caused.
Mrs. Elroy found it slow at night, but her thoughts were busy.
It was Mrs. Elroy, and Hector's heart almost stopped beating.
He recognized Mrs. Elroy, although he had not seen her for several years.
She said Hector Woodridge pointed the revolver at Elroy and as he advanced, fired.
Hector caught sight of Mrs. Elroy's glance and smiled; she was not far away.
Elroy was a weak-minded, foolish fellow; she married him for his money.
"I don't see what you have to complain of," said Mrs. Elroy.
She said I held the revolver pointed at Elroy, but she pulled my hand back, and it went off, killing him.
"Here you are; I thought you were not coming," said Mrs. Elroy, as Hector came up.