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A CHANGE OF ATMOSPHERE

sat brandishing a loofah, the picture of outraged propriety.
Her heartless opponents advanced to the attack, and seizing the arms of the chair bore it swiftly, occupant and all, down the passage. Joan, utterly unprepared for these tactics, was at first too taken aback to do anything but shriek and wield the loofah ; but shortly recovering her presence of mind, she slipped off the seat and, doubling round her bearers, who were hampered by the chair, scampered back towards the bathroomonly to run heavily into the arms of an unyielding, sunburned, and highly embarrassed gentleman, who had been standing nervously on the other side of the door of that apartment for the last five minutes, awaiting an opportunity to escape, and had suddenly emerged therefrom on a dash to his bedroom, under the perfectly correct impression that it was a case of now or never.
" Oh, I beg your-why, it's Hughie !" cried Joan "Yes, it really is! "
They recoiled, and stood surveying each other. It was their first meeting. Hughie, owing to a breakdown on the branch line, had arrived late the night before, after the ladies had gone to bed. Joan and he had not set eyes on each other for nine years.
Miss Gaymer recovered her equanimity first.
" You're not a bit changed, Hughie,°' she observed with a disarming smile. `6 A little browner-that's all. Am I ? "

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