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O'Day sat on a stool. "I've been very busy. I suppose you haven't seen Mr. Vanner to-night-or Mrs. Vanner?"
O'Shaughnessy shook his head. "I haven't seen either of them for a month or so. Mr. Vanner used to come here a lot. Maybe he got tired of the place."
O'Day lighted a cigarette. He asked: "How much money does he owe in the bar?"
O'Shaughnessy smiled sadly. "He doesn't owe a thing in the bar, Mr. O'Day. Officially I'm the one who's owing it. Mr. Manuello won't allow accounts to be run here. It's cash on the nail. Sometimes in the restaurant, yes, but here no. So I've carried the can back."
O'Day asked: "How much?"
" Fifteen and a half pounds," said O'Shaughnessy. "I've been hoping to see Mr. Vanner. I could do with the money. He's always paid before."
O'Day put his hand in his pocket; counted out three five-pound notes on to the bar. He put a pound note on top of them.
He said: "The ten shillings extra is for yourself. Where's Mabel?"
" In the ladies' room," said O'Shaughnessy. "She's got a new make-up from America-Revlon lipstick and a new shade of pancake which makes her look like nobody's business."
O'Day said: "Look, tell the woman in the ladies' room I'd like to talk to Mabel. Tell her I'll be sitting at the corner table on the dance floor. And order some food for me, O'Shaughnessy-chops or anything you can get; maybe a steak. Send one for her too."
" I'll do that, Mr. O'Day." O'Shaughnessy dis

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