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"Miss Brown told me that you paid
her such a charming compliment the
other evening," said Mrs. Coddington
to her husband. "Something about
her being pretty. I don't see how
you men can be so untruthful."
"I should thing you'd know by this
time that I'm never untruthful," said
Mr. Coddington reproachfully. "I said
she was just as pretty as she could be,
and so she is."