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the pipe and pouch." But after some fumbling Mather exclaimed:
" Damn these chilblained fingers! They can't even pack a pipe."
Jones had begun to want so much to smoke that he swallowed the insult. Together, they managed to get the pipe filled.
" Now, don't burn my suit or my fingers," was Mather's last provoking advice. But as soon as he was sucking at the pipe a sense of ease and tolerance rose up in Jones's mind. He felt it was ridiculous, but there it was and, as it was pleasant, why not yield to it? Jones sat down. At least, until this pipe was finished, there was no need to do anything else. After all, it was the only pipe he would ever enjoy in his life. He knew, once back in his proper body, he would hate the beastly thing. He stretched himself back in a chair and noticed idly that, as he himself had become relaxed, Mather, in the Jones body, seemed to be becoming proportionately restless. After fidgeting about increasingly, he turned at last on Jones.
" Jones," he called, "is there anything wrong with this body of yours? I'm beginning to feel queer, devilish queer. You didn't eat something at lunch which disagreed with you, and then slip out and sit smoking comfortably in my body while I have to do the digesting?"
He was obviously in angry distress which was evidently growing, so Jones hastened to reassure him, at least on that count.
" No, no," he answered in quite a placatory tone-or, at least, in one that was as mollifying as he could make Mather's

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