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occasion I have really no doubt. The Deed, sir, was duly executed, so we are informed. The goods in question were bona-fide intended to become your property, and have in fact become so. They were delivered at your residence. In the absence of felonious intent I should say that they had not been stolen, but the terms of the problem state that felonious intent is to be presumed. Your ignor*nce of the whole transaction does not seem tb me to affect it. In your place, sir, I should have no hesitation in finding the claim good-and I only wish I had thought of the idea myself-I ought to have done.'
'Thank you, Mr Quillian. Then I decide that Wildersley is the winner. Mr Matthews, will you please draw the usual cheque to Mr Wildersley's order ? '
This having been done, and the chairman for the next meeting appointed, Jimmy opened the sealed' envelope containing the problem that Leonard, the astute head-waiter, had set for the ensuing month.

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Jimmy read it to himself first. 'Well,' he said, ` this is a new line of country. This is somewhat of a sensation. It's called the Identity Problem, and runs as follows :" It is required to discover the identity of Leonard. The use of professional detectives, and any communication with Leonard himself on the subject of this problem, are forbidden."'
` I always knew,' said Hesseltine, with conviction, ` that chap was no ordinary headwaiter.'
And it appeared that several other members, who also had forgotten to mention it before, had always been of the same opinion.

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