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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

`It's only that I know Bob. There'll be talk. And the nice little Wellards will be hurt.'
`Little!' said Mr. Fondeveril, seeing a chance of diversion. `From a shrimp like you!'
`You know what I mean, dear.'
So she had not quite finished. Well, well, he must sum the matter up.
`As I see it, you think he will want to be seen about with her, and that if he is, people will put an utterly unjustifiable construction upon it. Well, why not say a word to him, in a friendly way? Or to her? Or even to Wellard?'
Lady Ormsby looked at him with the loving smile with which she always thought of him. The idea of telling a woman you had only just met that she will lose her reputation if she is seen about with your husband was rather funny.
`Bless you, dear,' said Maggie. `Now, what were you going to tell me?'
Mr. Fondeveril told her. And the country cousins said, `Who is he? I know I've seen him before.' And the Wellards consulted the menu again, drank coffee, and went off to the Rialto.

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But it is doubtful if they ever got there. The Wellards' London was widening daily, but would never catch up with the geography of the Film Magnate. Reginald had started half a dozen Rialtos behind, and did not seem to be making any ground. As soon as he could say con; fidently to himself, `This is the Taj Mahal,' the Louvre would flash its new-found lights at him, and leave him with the dazzled feeling that it was somewhere else.

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