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himself was enjoying a brief period of freedom, his partner for the moment having pled urgent private repairs and vanished to the regions above, and the idea had struck him that Joan might be going supperless.
A brief scrutiny informed him that she was neither in the ball-room nor the supper-room. Then an inspiration seized him. Waiting for a, comparatively quiet moment, he paid a hasty visit to the latter apartment, and having levied a contribution upon the side-table, slipped furtively round the big screen and down the dark passage.
His instincts had not failed him. Miss Joan Gaymer was sitting peacefully upon the roll of red carpet. Her head was lying back against the wall, and the rays of the dusty electric light glinted upon her coppery hair, Her eyes were closed, but she opened them at Hughie's approach, blinking like a sleepy Dryad. -
"Hallo, Hughie !" she observed. "You nearly won a pair of gloves that time. Long evening, this ! "
Hughie began to deposit articles on the floor.
" Supper," he observed briefly.
He laid out a plate of mayonnaise, another of trifle, a bottle about half-full of champagne, and a tumbler.
"Hughie," said Joan, "you're the only reall friend I have in the world! I was nearly crying for something to eat. That, and seeing other

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