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INTRODUCES THE HEROINE.

His fare at this feast would be cold beef and dry toast.
He turned over the envelope.
" H'm-drink. Don't suppose she'll have anything, but I can't take that for granted. There's a bottle of Berncastler Doctor and some Beaune. I wonder if it would be best to have them open before I ask her what she'll drink or ask her what she'll drink before I open them. I'll have 'em open, I think. She might refuse if she saw the corks weren't drawn. Anyhow Mrs Ames will probably take some. But Great Scott ! I must ask Mrs Ames first, mustn't I? That's settled anyway. She'll probably take whatever Mrs Ames takes.
° ` Then there are the table decorations. I wish to goodness I could remember whether it xvas wall-flower she said. I think it must have been, because I remember making some putrid joke to her once about like attracting unlike. Anyhow, it's too late to change it now. I've plumped for wall-flower, and the room simply stinks of it.
" Then the seats. Me at the head, with Mrs Ames on one hand and her on the other. Uncle Jimmy at the end, with Ames on his left and Dicky Lunn between Mrs Ames and Uncle Jimmy. Yes, Ames must sit there. Lord knows, Dicky Lunn should be safe enough, but you never know what sort of man a girl won't take a fancy to. And after all, Ames is married," added the infatuated youth.

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