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CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME

and asks me would 'arf-a-dollar be any good to me, and, if so, would I mind playin' at bein' a butler for a hour or two. I felt a fool, like, dressed up that way, but I always was one to oblige a bit o' skirt. Been weak with women," he added autobiographically, "from a boy. This fer me?"-as Hughie opened the street-door and sped the parting guest in a particularly acceptable manner. "Thank you, Captain ! Good day !"
He shuffled down the steps and along the street, obviously on his way to liquidate Hughie's halfcrown, and the donor of that gratuity returned to the dining-room, where he took Mr Mould's laboriously indited receipt from the table. Then he went upstairs, feeling desperately sorry for Mr and Mrs Lance. He had done what he could for them, in his eminently practical fashion, and set them on their feet again ; but-for how long? Debts ! Millstones ! Poor things !
On the landing above he encountered Mrs Gaymer, wide-eyed and incredulous.
" Lance would like to see you now," she said. "In here!" She opened a door. °` And-and-I say," she added, half in a whisper, "surely you don't mean to say he's been and gawn !"
For answer Hughie awkwardly handed her the stamped receipt, and passed into the bedroom.
His interview with Lance lasted an hour and a half. Much passed between them during that period, and by the time Hughie rose and said he must be going, each man had entirely revised his

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