Keating angrily asks if he's got the Stoneridge project.
Dominique says yes and then says he needs to go chat with Wynand.
Wynand tells Keating he wants to marry Dominique.
He offers Keating $250,000 as a settlement, and a broken-down Keating accepts after some futile shouting.
Dominique goes to visit Steven Mallory to find out where Roark is.
They have tea and visit.
Turns out Roark is building a department store in Ohio.
Dominique heads off for Reno, where she is getting her divorce.
Fun fact: Reno lowered their waiting periods on divorces to six weeks in 1931, making it a super popular destination for people looking to get a quickie divorce.
Meanwhile Toohey and Alvah Scarrett hear about the news, and both of them flip out...but for different reasons. Scarrett thinks a Wynand and Dominique union is a scandal doomed for failure, and Toohey is scared of those two joining forces against him.
Dominique makes a pit stop in Ohio and visits with Roark.
She updates him on the situation.
He's not happy about it, but he accepts her right to act as she chooses.
The two sit and talk easily for a while, and then Roark bids her goodbye at the train station and says he'll keep waiting for her.