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DEPUTATIONS-WITH A DIFFERENCE

" Nothing out of the way," said Hughie uneasily. "You'll stay to lunch, won't you? I am expecting the Leroys and D'Arcy. We can all go on to a matinee afterwards."
Miss Harbord assumed the expression of one who is not to be won over by fair words, and endeavoured to catch Miss Gaymer s eye-an enterprise which failed signally, as the latter lady rose from her seat and strolled to the window.
" Mr Marrable," began Miss Harbord, taking up her parable single-handed, "Joan wishes to have a chat with you about money-matters."
" No I don't, Hughie," said Miss Gaymer promptly, over her shoulder.
" Well then, dear," said Miss Harbord calmly, "you ought to. Women leave these things to men far too much as it is. Joan has an oldfashioned notion," she added to Hughie, ,that it is not quite nice for girls to know anything about money - matters : hence her reluctance. However, I will conduct her case for her."
Miss Harbord crossed her legs, threw herself back in her chair in a manner which demonstrated most conclusively her contempt for appearances and feminine ideas of decorum, and began :
-Tell me, Mr 1VIarrable, what interest does Joan get on her money?"
Hughie gaped feebly. Half an hour ago he had put Mr Lance Gaymer to the door for an almost precisely similar question. But Lance

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