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CHAPTER ELEVEN

(young lady? girl? what do you call them?) smiled at him in friendly fashion, warmed by the pleasant October morning which came in by report with each new customer. Silk stockings? Certainly, sir. What size ?
`Oh!' said Reginald. `Well, I don't - I quite forgot - I mean I never thought - They're for my wife,' he explained, as if the trade should now be able to make the necessary calculations.
But the young woman was still in need of data.
`What size shoe does Moddam take?'
`There you've got me again.' He tried to visualize Sylvia's pretty foot. `Fives? I really don't know.'
`Is Moddam about my height?'
Reginald looked at her thoughtfully.
`Yes, just about, I should say.'
`That would be nine and a half, then.'
`That sounds a delightful size,' smiled Reginald, feeling immensely at ease. And the wife-idea, he thought, came in most convincingly.
`What colour would Moddam like?'
Very unfair, just when they were getting on so well.
This is much more difficult than I thought, said Reginald to himself. Isn't there a colour called `elephant's breath'- or am I thinking of a cocktail? Anyway, they have frightful names like `nude' and `nigger' which simply cannot be said aloud.
`Show me a lot,' he commanded. `All colours. The latest and the most beautiful. And the most expensive. And I'll have a dozen pairs.'
By the time they had agreed on the most beautiful, and Reginald had accepted his colleague's authority for the lateness and the expense, they were on such good terms that the mildest curate could have given

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