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wine-card. He turned it over, discovered a section devoted to whisky, and had a bright idea.
" Ere,' he said to the waiter, with an encouraging movement of the head; and then in a confidential manner,
`You 'aven't any old Methuselah Three Stars, 'ave you?' .
The waiter went away to inqurre, and Kipps went on with his soup with an enhanced self-respect. Finally, Old Methuselah being unattainable, he ordered a claret from about the middle of the list. `Let's 'ave some of this,' he said. He knew claret was a good sort of wine.
`A half bottle?' said the waiter.
`Right you are,' said Kipps.
He felt he was getting on. He leant back after his soup, a man of the world, and then slowly brought his eyes round to the ladies in evening dress on his right....
He couldn't have thought it!
They were scorchers. Jest a bit of black velvet over the shoulders !
He looked again. One of them was laughing, with a glass of wine half raised- wicked-looking woman she was; the other, the black velvet one, was eating bits of bread with nervous quickness and talking fast.
He wished old Buggins could see them.
He found a waiter regarding him and blushed deeply. He did not look again for some time, and became confused about his knife and fork over the fish. Presently he remarked a lady in pink to the left of him eating the fish with an entirely different implement.
It was over the vol au vent that he began to o to pieces. He took a knife to it; then saw the lady in pink' was using a fork only, and hastily put down his knife, with a considerable amount of rich creaminess on the blade, upon the cloth. Then he found that a fork in his inexperienced hand was an instrument of chase rather than capture. His ears became violently red, and then he looked up to discover the lady in pink glancing at him, and then smiling, as she spoke to the man beside her.
He hated the lady in pink very much.
He stabbed a large piece of the vol au vent at last, and was too glad of his luck not to make a mouthful of it. But it was an extensive fragment, and pieces escaped him. Shirtfront! `Desh it!' he said, and had resort to his spoon. His

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