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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"The girl's supporting an invalid mother."
" But surely," Mrs. Basset said, "there's charitable aid for such people. After all, the girl doesn't have to do it. People don't starve to death in civilized communities, you know. If the girl should die, you know, the mother would be taken care of some way."
Mason said, savagely, "And you think the girl should try to live on sixty dollars a month, and cut off her mother without a cent; all in order to pay back your husband money that's been embezzled from him by a no account kid?"
" No," she said. "Not to get him back his money. To keep him from doing what he'll do if he doestet get his money back."
Mason said slowly, "And you sneaked out here to tell me that?"
" No," she told him; "to ask you something. I just mentioned about that embezzlement incidentally."
" If you want to consult me," he told her, "come to my office."
" I cata't come to your office. I never get away. I'n spied on all the time."
" Don't be foolish," Mason told her. "Who'd wan, to spy on you?"
" My husband, of course."
" Do you mean to say you couldn't come to a lawyer'' office if you wanted to?"
" Certainly I couldn't."

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