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" 'But you are n6t a child. You
cannot eat your cake and have it,
" 'I cannot give up my home.'
" 'Not even for the man whom you
say you love?'
" 'Don't make me, Malcolm, don't
make me. Keep our secret a little
" 'Tomorrow you come to me as
my wife or you stay in your father's
house as a stranger to me.'
"She looked at me as though she
was not quite sure I was in earnest
and then she turned and left me. The
next day a society note was handed
in to my paper: 'Miss daugh
ter of the head of the trust
that is now in the throes of a strike,
is on her way to New York, where
she, with her mother, will sail for Eu
rope next Saturday
"I have never seen her since and
I have never since found a woman
whom money will not buy.
"Soon after my worthless land be
came valuable oil land, and you will
forgive me if I say that I have al
ways since put woman in her right
ful place, a top, perhaps, a slave if
need be, but never a companion
never an equal."
"How horrible, how terribly hor
rible. Mr. Stuart, why have you told
me this awful story?"
"Because almost thou persuadest
me that I am wrong."
(To Be Continued.),
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