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No. ..., ahead with th.- merger and the
to that,?but I ng that was
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lt j off. I will h ive none
II and lighted a fre I
n aid thai the merging ol tho i two
? . him ni that deal than the
II, had no idea of pen
He broughl all hi i < unning
ipon the ituation. The Gi i
, |inani ial battle and wi i
All rij ith the
t Lisle will I
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trust Lisle I
think that you stand i
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Inmindful ol th.- Paci th:.t Sbc Dld Nol Strupplc A^ln.t Hlm
"Well then. vou have for. l Li l< tipulated
. hei parl of the deal. I hat is the apprai al he
nvalucin this double merger. Vouare
l,oundbj il ? 'V'1" ,UI1U:
-I),, ou uppo efoi amo he would
i, Unde. am othei conditions than those which have
been tipulated.-'" ..,,,? ,i , r
found .t all. Mr. Harding don
he. now, that I ougbl not I I t it im
,. howl jeeit: Ia.
ho h. rill regardit. What ihe will think about ,t,
|owninherheart.isonething; f do,
you, ? u don't take her. you Hn.
other one. I know the girl. She' g talotol the old
?il,r and ome of the Old Nicktoo, I suspect
YoJvelK-tteroffinmeritingheranger, than her con
., pt. Play the game. Boy. freat he. ,usi as if tbe
i f tht*
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Il I iild find .1 ;
oi- e part
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?. ?| ?? |)lied.
"Will '. "tt go, rn hall I'"
"You, I I
"Iamn ly. II
| tarl this c\ en-'
ing. I have dis< u ed the
? nhope, my
, He will repn
Vi.ii ? .in ' all him al an
telephone. . ' I
I Irelieve." he added, ri
A T thed.he turaed a! out
*?? ning an ul
teran e U|>on ln i lips t hal he
did nol I'.mI.. She ha<l huried
1..: i , e in her hand >, her
on the table, thinking
not I urn. He had
iii". ei donc ?o Ircfore. There
v .,. de et tion in her attitude.
Hei houlder h< avc?l i m
\ ul :i\ i lv: fi ii she belie\ .d
thal he had gone.
II, . ? ? ? rdhet aiftly. I ne rug gave forth
no ound ol hi i appraai h. Hc did nol peak; bul he
seized her and drew her fon ibly from the chair into hu
arm . He held her so, cru hing her lithe body againsl
him, l.i ing her hair, her forehead, her i heek . the ude
of her white no k, He wa i unmindful ol the fat t thal
she did nol trugglc againsl him, did nol try tot
him, th.it he i lung to him even as he wa holding fa t
',. her. In hi own impetuo ity he overli
Then, a i uddenly a ? hc had seized her, he r<
her and thru I hei from him, so thal he ank again to
the i hair. He tore a folded
?. pulled .ui'l jerked il into fragi
them into her lap,
"Thal for your damnable condition '" he said hotly.
-I ? ounted one ol the ti. he I men in the world, and
you have made me the poore t. I would give all that I
;.. for just ont I i thal you wanted me to tal I
have loveil you .,11 my Hfe, ever since I can
and I love you now lomadlythal I can I lifeno
longer. That is why I am going away. Ifl tay, I hall
kill ? a. or both ol u~. I ? n ei