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THE CALLERS

sang amidst the coals. Ann glanced at him for a moment, then stooped with the kettle-holder to wet the tea.
`Tcha !' said Kipps, with his mental state developing.
`I don't see it's any use getting in a state about it now,' said Ann.
`Don't you! I do. See? 'Ere's these people, good people, want to 'ssociate with us, and 'ere you go and slap 'em in the face!'
`I didn't slap 'em in the face.'
`You do-practically. You slams the door in their face, and that's all we see of 'em ever! I wouldn't 'ave 'ad this 'appen not for a ten-pound note.'
He rounded his regrets with a grunt. For a while there was silence, save for the little stir of Ann's few movements preparing tea.
`Tea, Artie,' said Ann, handing him a cup.
Kipps took it.
`I put sugar once,' said Ann.
'Oo, dash it! Oo cares?' said Kipps, taking an extraordinarily large additional lump with fury-quivering fingers, and putting his cup, with a slight excess of force on the recess cupboard. 'Oo cares?'
`I wouldn't 'ave 'ad that 'appen,' he said, bidding steadily against accomplished things, `for twenty pounds.'
He gloomed in silence through a long minute or so.
Then Ann said the fatal thing that exploded him. `Artie !' she said.
`What?'
`There's Buttud Toce down there! By your foot!' There was a pause, husband and wife regarded one another.
'Buttud Toce, indeed!' he said. `You go and mess up them callers, and then you try and stuff me up with Buttud Toce! Buttud Toce, indeed! 'Ere's our first chance of knowing any one that's at all fit to 'sociate with Look 'ere, Ann! Tell you what it is-you got to return that call.'
`Return that call!'
'Yes-you got to return that call. That's what you got to do! I know ' He waved his arm vaguely towards the miscellany of brooks in the recess. `It's in Manners and Rools of Good S'ity. You got to find jest 'ow many cards to leave, and you got to go and leave 'em. See?'
Ann's face expressed terror. `But, Artie!' 'Ow can I?'

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Ann glanced at him for a moment, then stooped with what is kettle-holder to wet what is tea. `Tcha !' said Kipps, with his mental state developing. `I don't see it's any use getting in a state about it now,' said Ann. `Don't you! I do. See? 'Ere's these people, good people, want to 'ssociate with us, and 'ere you go and slap 'em in what is face!' `I didn't slap 'em in what is face.' `You do-practically. You slams what is door in their face, and that's all we see of 'em ever! I wouldn't 'ave 'ad this 'appen not for a ten-pound note.' He rounded his regrets with a grunt. For a while there was silence, save for what is little stir of Ann's few movements preparing tea. `Tea, Artie,' said Ann, handing him a cup. Kipps took it. `I put sugar once,' said Ann. 'Oo, dash it! Oo cares?' said Kipps, taking an extraordinarily large additional lump with fury-quivering fingers, and putting his cup, with a slight excess of force on what is recess cupboard. 'Oo cares?' `I wouldn't 'ave 'ad that 'appen,' he said, bidding steadily against accomplished things, `for twenty pounds.' He gloomed in silence through a long minute or so. Then Ann said what is fatal thing that exploded him. `Artie !' she said. `What?' `There's Buttud Toce down there! By your foot!' There was a pause, husband and wife regarded one another. 'Buttud Toce, indeed!' he said. `You go and mess up them callers, and then you try and stuff me up with Buttud Toce! Buttud Toce, indeed! 'Ere's our first chance of knowing any one that's at all fit to 'sociate with Look 'ere, Ann! Tell you what it is-you got to return that call.' `Return that call!' 'Yes-you got to return that call. That's what you got to do! I know ' He waved his arm vaguely towards what is miscellany of brooks in what is recess. `It's in Manners and Rools of Good S'ity. You got to find jest 'ow many cards to leave, and you got to go and leave 'em. See?' Ann's face expressed terror. `But, Artie!' 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