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CHAPTER SIXTEEN

`My dear man, I'm what they call a musical-comedy soubrette. Why not get an actress?'
`You can act all their heads off.'
She turned back to him with a wide, happy smile.
`You really are a genius! How did you know that?'
`Oh, don't let's ask each other how we know our jobs. You'll come?'
She shook her head slowly; a little sadly.
`It's too late.'
'Contracts? I can-'
`No, no. This is quite, quite private for the moment. You're the first to know.' She hesitated, as if even now she oughtn't to give away the secret, and said, `I'm leaving the stage and getting married.'
`Ah!' He got up. `Well, that does settle it, doesn't it !'
`Ned !'
'If ever you come back -'
`Ned !'
He went to the door, turned, a little as if in a play, said with a laugh, 'Another white mouse dead,' and went out. And if, latex on, Coral Bell married Lord Edgemoor, and Joan Hedley made a great success of Rosalind, and Lattimer, from time to time, married some other woman, yet there had been that scene between the two of them, which one of them could never quite forget.
She remembered it now as she held out her hand to him.
`Thank you for letting me come,' he said. `Is this where the aristocracy live?'
`You've had plenty of chances of finding out, if you had really wanted to know.'
`I never go to parties.'
`You certainly never come to mine.'
He looked round the room appraisingly.

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