Stokes sprang from his chair and, with clenched fists, stood angrily regarding the horrified Mr. Bell. He composed himself by an effort and resumed his seat. "Anything else?" he inquired. "Heaps and heaps of things," said Mrs. Henshaw; "but I don't want to make bad blood between you." "Don't mind me," said Mr. Stokes, glancing bale-fully over at his agitated friend.