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"Wouldn't he accept it?"
"No."
" What did he want?"
" Something that was impossible."
" What was it?"
" It was impossible."
" But, at least you must tell me what it was."
" He wanted you to pay one hundred dollars a month."
" But I couldn't!"
" That's what I told him. I told him you had a mother to support. He feels that your mother can go on public charity."
" Oh, but I couldn't do that!"
" That's what I told him. Now listen. You make Harry tell you what he's done with the money, and who his accomplice is."
" But Harry won't do it."
" Then let him go to jail."
" Where are you now?"
" At a drug store."
" Near Basset's place?"
" Yes."
" Go back and tell Mr. Basset I'll arrange to get the money some way. I can meet the payments for one or two months at least. By that time, Harry will be working. I have some things I can sell."
" I'll tell Basset nothing of the sort."

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"But I want to accept his offer before Harry goes to jail."
" You have until tomorrow afternoon to get some other attorney to act for you."
" You mean you won't represent me?"
" No," Mason said; "not to accept any such offer as that. The only way I'll represent you is for you to let me take your kid brother apart and see what makes him tick. After he comes dean, I'll do the best for you that I can. Otherwise, you get some other lawyer. Don't argue with me over the telephone. Think it over. Give me your answer later."
He banged up the receiver.

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