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CHAPTER SEVEN

`That must have been a very long time ago. I mean, I shouldn't have thought -'
`Ah well, sir, it was of course my father who attended to Sir Walter mostly. I was a very young man at the time.'
`Oh, I see.'
`We have some curious gentlemen in here,' he went on in his quiet voice. `There was a young gentleman came in once, an old customer, very smartly dressed he was, this time, with a pink carnation in his buttonhole, and he asked me for a shave, and when I had shaved him, he wanted his hair trimmed, and then a shampoo, and when I had dried his hair and left him for a moment, I saw him holding his hands up and looking at them, so I looked at them, and said, "Well, you don't wan't a manicure, Mr. Tallow," - that was his name, a curious name - and he said, "I was wondering" - beautiful kept hands they were -"I was wondering," he said. "No, I think they'll do." Well, when I'd finished with him, he got up and went to the basin, I can see him now, standing there, his mind on something else, and he'd turned on the tap, and he was standing there letting the water run over his fingers, and he had this carnation in his left hand, and he was flicking the water on to it from his fingers to freshen it up. And then he put it back in his buttonhole, and fixed himself up in the glass, and said "Well, good-bye, Alderson, pray for me," and I said "Good luck, sir," not knowing of course what he was after, and he went out. That was in the morning, and in the evening paper that night I saw that they'd found his body. Shot through the head.'
`Good God!' burst out from Reginald.
`Yes, sir. I never knew which way it was. Sometimes I've thought he was getting himself up that way to

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