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came back from the shop Gracie's mother went up to her room. "Gracie, you're to come downstairs," she said. "Your father wants to speak to you."
Gracie got up and went down. She did not trouble to dry her eyes.
" Seen the paper?" he said, holding out to her the Evening News.
She didn't answer.
" Well, that's the end of that young man," he went on harshly.
They too, Gracie's parents, had been shocked when Fred was arrested, but she was so distressed, she was so convinced that everything could be explained, that they hadn't had the heart to tell her that she must have nothing more to do with him. But now they felt it time to have things out with her.
" So that's where the money came from for those dinners and theatres. And the car. I thought it funny he should have a friend who'd lend him a car on Sundays when he'd be wanting it himself. He hired it, didn't he?"
" I suppose so," she answered miserably. "I just believed what he told me."
" You've had a lucky escape, my girl, that's all I can say."
" He only did it because he wanted to give me a good time. He didn't want me to think I couldn't have everything as nice when I was with him as what I've been used to at home."
" You're not going to make excuses for him, I hope. He's a thief, that's what he is."
" I don't care," she said sullenly.
" You don't care? What d'you mean by that?"
" Exactly what I say. I'm going to wait for him and the moment he comes out I'm going to marry him."
Mrs. Carter gave a gasp of horror.
" Gracie, you can't do a thing like that," she cried. "Think of the disgrace. And what about us? We've always held our heads high. He's a thief, and once a thief always a thief."
" Don't go on calling him a thief," Gracie shrieked, stamping

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