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"Fact is, old man," broke in Leroy, in response to his wife's appealing glances, "we didn't want to say anything at all, but the missis thought it best-considerin' the way people are talkin', and all that. Can .I be of any use? Been speculatin', or anything?"
" No, Jack, I haven't," said Hughie shortly.
Mrs Leroy gave a helpless look at her husband, and said desperately :
" But, Hughie, we can't leave things like this ! You simply don't know what stories are going about. It is ruining your chances with Joey, too. She thinks you are a noodle."
" I know it," said Hughie.
-Well, look here," said Leroy, "can't you give us some sort of explanation - some yarn we could put about the place to account for this state of things "
" What state of things?" said Hughie doggedly. He was in an unpleasant temper.
" Well, Hughie," said Mrs Leroy, keeping hers, "here is Joan, known to have been left a lot of money for her immediate use-she admits it herself-living quite humbly and cheaply, and obviously not well off. People are asking why. There are two explanations given. One, the more popular, is that you have embezzled or speculqted the money all away. The other, which prevails among the Elite-"
" The people who are really in the know, you know," explained Leroy.

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