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of your runs of bad luck. God help anybody who was against you when it was what you call good luck."
O'Day said: "Well, I'll be seeing you. I suppose you haven't seen anything of Ralph Vanner-my partner-lately?"
Favrola spread his hands. "I 'ave not and I don' want to. 'E comes here and if 'e wins a leetle money 'e gets very excited. If 'e loses money it ees not so good. You understand? You know," Favrola continued, "I theenk there ees something wrong with that man. I theenk there ees something worrying heem. And 'e's drinking like a fish."
O'Day nodded. "He likes drinking. I suppose his wife hasn't been in here?"
Favrola said: "Yes ... once or twice. But not with heem. Sometimes with this man-sometimes with that."
O'Day asked: "Has she had any luck?"
" I should theenk she always had luck," said Favrola. "She comes with some man and if 'e loses, well ... what does she care? If 'e wins, the next time she comes with heem she 'as a new broochsometimes diamonds-sometimes a bracelet." He smiled.
O'Day said: "You mean she's clever."
Favrola nodded. "I theenk she ees ver' clever. I often wonder how she came to marry a man like Ralph Vanner. No one could accuse heem of being clever."
O'Day said: "I suppose not. Well, I'll be seeing you!"
He went out; closed the door quietly behind him.
It was two-thirty when O'Day arrived back at his

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