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closed upon his mouth from behind, and having thus acquired a good purchase, turned its, owner deftly round and conducted him downstairs.
Death-like silence reigned at the luncheon-table. Hughie wondered how much they had heard. Not that it mattered greatly, for Master Lance's accusations, making allowances for alcoholic directness, partook very largely of the nature of those already levelled at Hughie by more. conventional deputations.
Before returning to his seat, Hughie crossed to the window and looked down into the street.
Mr Lance Gaymer was being assisted into a waiting hansom by the kindly hands of Mr Guy Haliburton.
Hughie, having seen all he expected to see. returned with faltering steps to his duties as a' host.
It was a delicate moment, calling for the exercise of much tact. Even Mildred Leroy hesitated. Joan had flushed red, whether with shame, or anger, or sympathy, it was hard to say. Mr D'Arcy regarded her curiously.
But heavy-footed husbands sometimes rush in, with success, where the most wary and diplomatic wives fear -to tread. Jack Leroy cleared his throat.
" Now Hughie, my son," he observed, "when you've quite done interviewin' all your pals on the door-mat, perhaps you'll give your guests a chance.

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