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only apparent result was to prejudice Joan rather more violently in Haliburton's favour than before, and to make Hughie feel like a backbiter and a busybody. It was a relief when Joan abruptly changed the conversation, and said
" Hughie, have you seen anything of Lance lately ? "
No, Hughie had not. -Why?"
" I'm bothered about him," said Joan, descending from her high horse and slipping into what may be called her confidential mood. "He used to write to me pretty regularly, even after he married that freak, and we were always fond of one another, even though we quarrelled sometimes. But he seems to have dropped out of things altogether lately. Do you know what he is doing?"
" Can't say, I'm sure," said Hughie.
" Could you find out for me ?"
"Of course I will," said Hughie, quite forgetting the present. awkwardness of his relations with Lance in the light of the joyous fact that Lance's sister had just asked him to do her a service. " I'll go and look him up. He may be ill, or short of cash. But can't you get news of him fromfrom -"
He stopped suddenly. He had been about to ask a question which had just struck him as rather ungenerous.
" You mean from Mr Haliburton ?" said Joan, with her usual directness. "I did ask him, but he says he has seen nothing of Lance for quite

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