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friendship ; she brought to him her little troubles, and occasionally ministered to his ; and in every way she showed him that she liked and trusted him. A vainer or cleverer man would have taken heart of grace at these signs. Hughie did not. IIc was Joan's guardian, and as such entitled to her confidence ; also her very good friend, and as such ontitled to her affection. That was all. It was rotten luck, of course, that she was not sufficiently fond of him to marry him, but then rotten luck is a thing one must be prepared for in this world. He would get accustomed to the situation in time : meanwhile there must be no more castles in the air.
" I'll tell you what," he continued presently. " I shall be in town on Wednesday. I'll go and look Lance up then."
" But, Hughie," cried Joan in dismay, " Wednesday is the day of the entertainment. You must come to that. What is your engagement, if it's not indiscreet to inquire?"
" Dentist," said Hughie lugubriously.
" Dentist?" Joan laughed, or rather crowed, in '-her characteristically childlike way. Hughie at the dentist's ! It seems so funny," she exeplained apologetically.
" It will be the reverse of funny," said Hughie severely, " when he gets hold of me, Do you know how long it is since I sat in a, dentist's chair? Eight years, no less!"
" You'll catch it! " said Miss Gaymer confidently.

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