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knew; and-he would surround her
with bo much comfort, and cherish
her so carefully that she would he
Backed by his never-before-ques-
tioned honesty of purpose, he ap
proached the girl and removed his
hat. Elsie had but time to sum up
his handsome, frank face with one
shy look of modest admiration when
a burly cop hurled himself upon the
T'i'r.rhTr'an, seized him by the collar
and backed him against the wall. '
Two blocks away a burglar was com-
ing out of an apartment-house witbr
a bag of silverware on his shoulder;
but that is neither here nor there.
"Carry on yez mashin' tricks right
before me eyes, will yez?" shouted
the cop. "I'll teach yez to speak to
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Posed by Pauline Frederick and by William Shea and Zena Keefe of
the Vitagraph Company.
"Elsie stood before the full-length mirror with pink cheeks and quick
breath. Her eyes shone like faint stars. She was beautiful. Alas! Sha .