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THE EMPORIUM

that great suspended resolve of his to kiss her flared up to hot determination, and he hurried out and whistled in the yard. There was a silence, and then old Kipps appeared behind him.
`It's no good your whistling there, my boy,' said old Kipps in a loud, clear tone, designed to be audible over the wall. `They've cleared out all you 'ad any truck with. She's gone as help to Ashford, my boy. Help! Slavey is what we used to call 'em, but times are changed. Wonder they didn't say lady-'elp while they was about it. It 'ud be like 'em.'
And Sid ? Sid had gone too. `Arrand boy or somethink,' said old Kipps. `To one of these here brasted cicycle shops.'
`Has 'e?' said Kipps, with a feeling that he had been gripped about the chest; and he turned quickly and went indoors.
Old Kipps, still supposing him present, went on to further observations of an anti-Pornick tendency ....
When Kipps got upstairs, safe in his own bedroom, he sat down on the bed and stared at nothing. They were caught-they were all caught. All life took on the hue of one perpetual dismal Monday morning. The Hurons were scattered, the wrecks and the beach had passed away from him, the sun of those warm evenings at Littlestone had set for evermore ....
The only pleasure left for the brief remainder of' his holiday after that was to think he was not in the shop. Even that was transient. Two more days, one more day, half a day. When he went back there were one or two very dismal nights indeed. He went so far as to write home some vague intimation of his feelings about business and his prospects, quoting Minton, but Mrs. Kipps answered him, `Did he want the Pornicks to say he wasn't good enough to be a draper?' This dreadful possibility was, of course, conclusive in the matter. `No,' he resolved they should not say he failed at that.
jHe derived much help from a`manly' sermon delivered in an enormous voice by a large, fat, sun-red clergyman, ust home from a colonial bishopric he had resigned on the plea of ill-health, exhorting him that whatever his hand found to do, he was to do with all his might, and the revision of his catechism preparatory to his confirmation

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