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He got up; walked across to the shaker on the sideboard; poured another cocktail. The telephone bell rang.
O'Day put dawn the shaker; picked up the telephone. It was Nellie Trundle.
She said: "I'm glad you're back, Mr. O'Day. I've been trying to get you all the afternoon."
" Well ... you've got me. What's happened, Nellie?"
" Mr. Vanner came through about four o'clock. He asked me to get in touch with you. He said it was necessary that he met you to-day-absolutely necessary -for your sake as much as his. He suggests that you meet him in the office to-night at ten o'clock."
O'Day grinned. He thought that would suit him very well. Now, apparently, things were going to happen. Possibly, thought O'Day, Vanner, having got over his jag, was rather sorry about the beating-up. Maybe he thought it better to get down to hard tacks and have a show-down.
He said: "O.K. Anything else?"
" Yes," said Miss Trundle. "Mr. Vanner asked me to tell you that his wife would be present at this interview. He said the time had come for a showdown. He seemed very excited."
" Did he ask you to ring him back?" said O'Day.
" No. That was all he said. He took it for granted that you'd be there."
O'Day said: "He was right. O.K., Nellie. Where are you speaking from?"
" From home. Nothing much happened in the office to-day."
" Good," said O'Day. "I'll probably be in at ten

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