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ment mentstrictly strictly Calvert creations You neednt neednthesitate neednthesitate neednthesitate
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fee and the milk which has been scalded scaldedand sealdedand scaldedand
and set off the fire for two or three threeniinutoe threeminutoe threeminute
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them in a pan of hot water and bake bakein bakeIn bakein
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the reviewer of the new novel are some someof someot someof
of the finest wehave we have ever skinned skinnedFADS sklro skinnedFADS > ed edFADS
FADS AND FANCIES FANCIESThe
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but they never kerp them themThat themThat themThat
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is a truism that eolflahneaa refutes to believe when
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accidents will happen ba n In the best regulated pantries pantri
Privileges In the form of men friends should be begranted begranted begranted
granted if the tisltors can bo Touched for LoneU Lonellness LoneUneM LoneUecu
ness eats the heart heartKitchens heartKitchens heartKitchens
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and nd baths In summer umm even as you and I IEvery IEer IEvery
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extra consideration when she la laGood lapsesGood lapses lapsesGood
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yours comes to the t1l < l table scorched be mercif merciful g tothe to tothe tDthe
the culprit culpritCape culpriLCape culpritCaps
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hiring is the time to settle tJe that question questionHuge questionHuge lue Uon UonHuge
Huge coal scuttles are cruel when a womanaercant woman womanservant WOm1Ulunant
servant has to fetch fuel from the cellar cellarThe cellarThe cellarThe
The chenille pompon i h craning Into 2nt treat favor favorThe fATorThe favorThe
The chenille Is tewed on bands of ribbon about an aninch auinch aninch
inch wide The loops of th the chenille aro about two twoinches twoirches twoinches
inches long and must match the covering of the hat hatin h hotin t tIn
in color A handsome hat is I made of blue yelutwith velvet velvetwitli velfetwith
with a blue chenille rococo and a cabochon bochoo dlrolr dlrolrs of sold
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There was next morning a little dia dialogue dialogue dialogue ¬
logue much like that which I had over overheard overhQard overheard ¬
heard the day before except that this thistime this thistime thistime
time It was stewed rose leaves with a aemail n9ma1l asmall
email pot of sunshine which Miss Uss Field Fielding JileldInS Fieldlag ¬
InS was fanciful enough to demand I Iwondered Iwondered Iwondered
wondered what after such a pleasantry pleasantryshe ple pleaaantryshe santry santryshe
she did have havei for I took It to 1io bo some somejoke 80mejoke somejoke
joke between her and Leah who no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt translated the metaphor into some something something Something ¬
thing more substantial substantialAs
As I ate breakfast I could hear Miss Missnielding MissFleldlng Missfielding
fielding singing In her room She came camein cameIn camein
in before I had finished my egg and andcoffee andcorrec andcoffee
coffee bringing an armful of new newmnga newmngazlnes magazines maga magazines ¬
zines This time she was dressed In InpOngeo Inp Inpongee
pongee p ngee and wore a short string of grad graduated graduated graduated ¬
uated white coral beads which was wasmimicked wasmimicked wasmimicked
mimicked when she smiled by her little littleteeth Uttleteth littleteeth
teeth teethIve teethIve
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Ive rv found out about you youQulto quite by byaccident byaccident byaccident
accident though Mr Castle really she shosaid shesaid shesaid
said gayly and opening one of the mag magazines magazines magazines ¬
azines she tapped with her hand the picture pic picture picture ¬
ture of a country house my firm had hadJust hadjust hadjust
Just rather successfully suecessfullycompleted completed flSO flSOjoure So Soyoure Soyoure
youre an architect And Im the first firstto firstto firstto
to get oft the Island after all allIt aUIt allIt
It doesnt matter I suppose so long longas longas longas
as I stay on I asked askedOh askedOh askedOh
Oh this doesnt by any nn means absolve absolveyou absolveYOU absolveyou
you of your promise she answered ex examining examfnlng examining ¬
amining the illustration carefully still stillstanding sUllstundlng stillstanding
standing at the foot of the bed bedYou bedYou bedYou
You arent really reall very er much wiser wiserare wiserare wiserare
are you There are architects and arohitects ar architects architects ¬
chitects you know knowYes knowY05 knowYes
Yes she said apparently thinking of ofsomething atsomething ofsomething
something else Quito as there are arewomen arewomen arewomen
women and women she added turning turningover turningover turningover
over the pages Idly IdlyTheres IdlyTheros idlyTheres
Theres only one of your sort I ex exclaimed exclaimed exclaimed ¬
claimed claimedA
A queer smile passed and was repressed repressedupon reprcssedupon repressedupon
upon her lips molding them into new newcurves newcurvcs newcurves
curves Yes Yosi only one on of me meI meI meI
I dont exactly nctly mean mead mea that either I Iwent Iwent Iwent
went on The fact to rather that there thereis thereIs thereis
is more than one of me Theres the ar architect architect architect ¬
chitect and the man In me m meand and how howmany howmany howmany
many more morel Ono is always astonishing astonishingthe
the others Arent there after all sev several several several ¬
eral of you OU Miss Fielding FieldingShe FleldlngTShe FieldingShe
She gave me a 8 frightened glance then thentossed thontossed thentossed
tossed the magazine on the bed It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not petulance she seemed to be disturbed dis disturbed disturbed ¬
turbed at the subjectOh subject subjectOh subjectOh
Oh I Im m only a White Cat she said saidcryptically saidcryptically saidcryptically
cryptically crypticallyShe crypticallyShe crypticallyShe
She seemed anything but that to me meIll meIll meIll
Ill tell you OU about It some time timeper timeperhaps timeperhaps per perhaps ¬
haps she added But not now nowSho nowSho nowShe
Sho stood with her hands behind her herback herback herback
back raising herself ho lf on her toes and andchanged andchansod andchanged
changed the subject Im awfully anx anxious anxlou8 anxious ¬
ious to show you this house now that thatI
I know youre an architect ar < < bltect It Is one oneof oneat oneof
of the oldest hereabout and it was wasa wasa wasa
a wreck when I bought boug t It It Ive had It all alldone alldo alldone
done do no over inside and I shall expect you youto youto ou outo
to compliment me on my m taste for Its Itsmainly ItImainly itsmainly
mainly my m own Ideas IdeasWhat IdeasWhat ideasWhat
What Ive seen of It Is charming channIngbut channIngbuta but buta
a bit impersonal perhaps perhapsOh perhapsOh perhapsOh
Oh this Is only the guest chamber chamberOne chamberOne chamberOne
One doesnt inflict ones ideas on the thetransient thetransient thetransient
transient visitor Of course this Is a abloodless abloodless abloodless
bloodless sexless place Youll find per personality personality personality ¬
sonality enough In my room I fancy I Ihope 1hoP Ihope
hope hoP youll oull be able ab to get downstairs by byday byday byday
day after tomorrow and have a chance chanceto
to look about at the place Im sure sureyoull 8ureyoull aureyoull
youll love MIdmeadows Im expecting expectingthe expecUngtho expectingthe
the doctor down hero this afternoon and andhell andhell andhell
hell probably be able to toll you ou how howlong howlong howlong
long youll have to stay I do hope you youwont youwont ou oui
wont get well too fast Mr Castle CastleTrust CastleTrost CastleTrust
Trust me for that I said I give giveyou gl glyou giveyou
you fair notice I shall probably do some somemalingering somemalingering somemalingering
malingering But I shall be glad to see seethe seetho seethe
the doctor if only to make sure that I Ican 1can Ican
can impose on him himMy him11y himMy
My heart sank nevertheless at the thethought thethought thethought
thought of his interruption of our Idyl IdylI
I felt an illogical right to her by discov discovery dlsco dlscoery discovery ¬
ery a certain franchise in her good goodgraces goodgraces goodgraces
graces that Fate h herself rself had given me meThe m mThe meThe
The possible weakening of our alliance alliancehowever aJUnneehowever alliancehowever
however was only the negative side of ofmy ofm ofmy
my m annoyance The positive aspect was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that Dr Copln seemed to be an old ac acquaintance acI acqualntanco ¬
quaintance even a friend for Miss Field Fielding FieldIng Fielding ¬
ing had mentioned that she was going goingto goingto goingto
to walk over to the Harbor to meet him himLATEST himLATEST himLATEST
LATEST FASHION
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CHILDRENS BONNET BONNETAH BONNETAll BONNETAll
All Seams Allowed AllowedChildren AllowedChildren AllowedChildren
Children never look more cute than thanwhen thanwhen thanwhen
when they the wear the picturesque caps capawhich capswhich capswhich
which are fashioned for them by b the thaloving the10vlng theloving
loving fingers of their relatives moth mothera mothers mothem
era or others The style of a cap must mustdeoend mustdCl mustdepend
deoend dCl depend > end largely upon the shape of th thfade the theta thefa
fade ta e of the wearer and It Is often oftengool a agood agood
good good Idea to make such a cap aa one onethinks on onthinks onethinlts
thinks will be becoming and then to tobftnd tond tobond
bond nd It In different shapes catching It ItIn ItIn itin
In here and there to mak make e It t look well wellon wellon wellon
on the child For warm weather care caremust c119must caremust
must be taken that the cap Is s not of too toowarm toowarm toowarm
warm materials as nothing will over overheat overbeat overheat ¬
heat the child sooner than anything on ontho onthe onthe
the head and around the throat but butlawn but1nwn butlawn
lawn Is always cool and pretty and 1C 1Ctrimmed Ittimmed Iftrimmed
trimmed with lace and ribbon will ba babecoming b bccomlng bebecoming
becoming > and suitable The pattern pattern4T92
4793 4 82 Is cut In sizes 6 months to 5 years yearsTo yearsTo yearsTo
To make the cap In the 3 or 6 year size sizewill IIlzowlJI sizewill
will require JS yard of material 36 Inches Incheswide IncheswIde incheswide
wide for the outside with 5 yards yardsot of ribbon rib ribbon ribbon ¬
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tawny red or sable with white ruff rufffeet rufffeet runfeet
feet and tail point Her head was very veryfinely veryfinely veryfinely
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of of brightness kindness and craft Her Hersmall Hersmail Hersmall
small ears as she entered wore semi semierect semlerect semierect
erect giving nor as she stopped with her herhead berhead herhead
head slightly on one side the sharp sharpdoubtful sharpdoubtful sharpdoubtful
doubtful expression of tho fox Sho came camewith camewith camewith
with her flag up as If she were on exhibition ex exhibition exhibition ¬
hibition before judges marched to Miss MissFielding MissFielding MissFielding
Fielding and waited for orders ordersIsnt ordersIsnt 4 4Isnt
Isnt she a darling Miss Fielding Fieldingsaid Fieldlnssaid Fieldingsaid
said affectionately rubbing her pets petsneck petsneck petsneck
neck You hasnt got flappy saddlebag saddlebagears saddlebagears saddlebagears
ears and a high forehead and a velvet velvetjacket velvetjacket velvetjacket
jacket haa 11n you ou I dont see no snipey snipeynose snlpeynose snipeynose
nose Hasnt she got an honest sonsie sonsiebawslnt sonslebawBlnt sonsiebawsint
bawslnt face Mr Castle Only Onl It isntbawsl Isnt Isntbawsint Isnt1ow91I1t
bawsint bawsl t And look at her gawcie tail tailwl tallwi tailwi
wi u upward and curl She has old Cockle Cockleherself Cockleherselt Cockleherself
herself for an ancestor she has hasNokomls husNokomis hueNokomis
Nokomis gravely stood on her hind legs legswith legswith legswith
with her for forepaws naws on her mistress skirt uklrtpanting IIklrtpantlngsmllIng skirtpantingsmiling
panting pantlngsmllIng smiling I might well say sa Then Thenin ThenIn Thenin
in obedience to a word ard and a gesture gestureshe gestureshe gestureshe
she dropped and came over to me in so sodignified sodlgnlfiod sodignlflod
dignified and friendly a a way that I fell fellpromptly fellpromptly fellpromptly
promptly in love with her Her outer outercoat outercoat outercoat
coat was abundant straight and stiff the theunder theunder theunder
under one so thick and soft and furry furrythat furrythat furrythat
that I could not find the skin Her ruff ruffwas ruftwas ruffwas
was magnificent her chest deep and andstrong andstrong andstrong
strong I was sure she would be a good goodworker goodworker goodworker
worker her wit had already aJrOftd been proved provedMiss provedMiss provedMiss
Miss Fielding was w s pleased with my appreciation ap appreciation appreciation ¬
preciation and consented to having No Nokomls Nokomls Nokomis ¬
komls remain and so for tho rest of ofthe otthe ofthe
the day da except oxc Pt for occasional inquisitive inquisitiveexcursions inquisitiveexcursions
excursions she lay la on the floor beside besidemy besidemy
my m bed thumping her h Z tail and listening listeningattentively listeningattentively
attentively whenever I looked down to tospeak tospeak
speak to herEarly her herEarly herEarly
Early In the afternoon Miss Fielding Fieldingput Fieldingput
put 1ut on a fre tr fresh h linen waist wn1 t and corudroy corudroyskirt corudroyskirt
skirt to set out for tho station Before BeforeShe Beforeshe Beforeshe
She went she moved about the room re readjusting readjusting readjusting ¬
adjusting the flowers drawing a shade shadeor shadeor shadeor
or two which threatened to let the sun suninto BunInto suninto
into my eye eyes renewing my pitcher ot otwater otwator ofwater
water and so on giving me in five min minutes minutes minutes ¬
utes a dozen evidences of her tact tactLoan tactLOflb tactLoah
Loan cams in occasionally oc lonany however howeverto
to see if I was comfortable but I could couldgot couldgot couldgot
got little talk from her She answered answeredall answeredall answeredall
all my questions quc > > tlons looking at me with her hermelting hermelting hermelting
melting deep brown eyes Which were werereally werereally werereally
really not a little like those of old No Nokomls NokOlnls Nokomis ¬
komls but volunteering no remark of ofher other ofher
her own Between the two I managed to tobo tobe
bo fairly patient till at about 3 30clock 30clockMiss 3oclockMiss oclock oclockMiss
Miss Fielding returned with the doctor doctorI
I was aware of their th lr approach for some sometime sometime sometime
time before they arrived by the joyous joyousbarking jOousbarking joyousbarking
barking of the collies coUl in front of the thestable thestable thestable
stable At this Nokomis pricked up her herears hercars herears
ears but was too well bred to pay more moreattention mOreattention moreattention
attention I had laughed at her for foryawning torawnlng foryawning
yawning wide with her wolflike Jaws Jawsand jawsand jawsand
and sho was sensitively on her dignity dignityDoctor dignityDoctor dignityDoctor
Doctor OopJn was tall tg11 and thin and andyounger andyounger andyounger
younger than I had expected and like likemost lIkemost likemost
most young oun doctors he attempted to tomake tomake
make much of his years by a pointed pointedreddish pointedreddish
reddish beard Nature had assisted him himin hImIn himin
in this attempt also by removing removingenough remolngenou removingenough
enough enou h of his hair to give him a shiny shinybald 8hlnybald shinybald
bald forehead almost to the crpwn of o his hishead hIsboad hishead
head and making him nearsighted nearsightedenough netUslghtednough nearsightedenough
enough to require strong eyeglasses But Butall Butall Butall
all this could not Induce me to think him himmoro himmora himmore
moro than twentyseven or twentyeight twentyeightyears twentyelghtoars twentyoightyears
years oars of age His eyes were of that thatchina thatchIna thatchina
china blue which with red r d hair Is so soapt soapt noapt
apt to give a selfish I sh heartless expres expression expression oxpreselan ¬
sion which wont very CI well with his gen general general general ¬
eral bloodlensnass s Except for those protruding pro protruding protruding ¬
truding blue eyes ho might with his hisyellowybrown hisyellowybrown hisyellowybrown
yellowybrown suit and his slender long longhands longhanda longhands
hands have been an animated carica caricature carIcature caricature ¬
ture done in red chalk Worst of all fo fomy fom tomy
my m mind ho made puns punsHe punsHe punsHe
He approached me with the jocose air airaffected airaffectcd airaffected
affected by physicians and looked me meover meover meover
over with a grin I could see under his hissparse hIssparse hissparse
sparse beard that ha had a lizard chin chinreceding chinreceding chinreceding
receding comically comicallyWell comicallyWell comicallyWell
Well Mr Castle he said I expect expectyou expectyou expectyou
you havent been climbing cllmbln any more moretrees moretrees moretrees
trees with your our macchine lately have haveyou haveyou haveyou
you Feeling like Adam after the creation cre creation creation ¬
ation of Eve with that fourth rib of ofyours otours ofyours
yours ours Let me have a feel of It It Ah AhHe Ahi AhiHe Ahlu AhluHe
He prodded me a little lItt1 Well were weredoing weredoing W6redoing
doing soso he went on If you were werea werea werea
a football player youd be up In five fiveminutes fiveminutes fiveminutes
minutes Hows tho head I suppose you youhavent youhavent fOU fOUhnvent
havent had quite such a big one sinceyou since sinceyou sinceput
you put on long pants Youre not having havingmany havingman havingmany
many man long pants these days I fancy fancywith taneywith fancywith
with that cracked bone In your chest chestare cbestare chestare
are you ou And so on I tried to smile smileand smileand smileand
and did not succeed till I had caught caughtsight caughtsight caughtsight
sight of Miss Fieldings face frowning frowningover trownlngover frowningover
over his shoulder shoulderI
I was domg well It seemed It was wasnothing wasnothing wasnothing
nothing but a matter of time and pa patience patience patience ¬
tience Tho worst qt < f It was tho shaking shakingup
up and for that rest was all that was wasnecessary wasnecessnr wasnecessary
necessary necessaryI necessary necessaryI necessnrI
I answered his pleasantries asked him himthe himtho himthe
the news In town and thanked him for forwhat torwbat forwhat
what he had done which Indeed Inde d was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not much If I have given the impression Impres Impression Impressian ¬
sion that he was an ass that was not at atall ataU atall
all how he impressed me Though he hepersistently hepersistently hepersistently
persistently refused to talk sense and andturned andturned andturned
turned everything I said Into Jest I was wasready wasready wasready
ready enough to believe that he knew his hisbusiness hisbusiness hisbusiness
business and stood well in the profes profession protesslon profession ¬
sion I got little more than this how however howeyer however ¬
ever for he soon left for a a talk talkllkely talkllkelya likely likelya
a professional one I Imagined ImaginedwIth with my myhostess myhost myhostess
hostess host 8g This lasted till after an early earlydinner earlydinner earlydinner
dinner he left the house to be driven drivenback drlvenback drivenback
back to the station by Uncle Jerdon JerdonIdle JerdonIdle JerdonIdle
Idle and bored as I was while alone 1 Ispeculated 1speculated 1speculated
speculated upon his relations with Miss MissFielding MissFielding MissFielding
Fielding but from what I had seen 1 1could 1could 1could
could hardly regard him as a rival Still StillI
I knew well eonugh that one could not notpredicate notpredicate notpredicate
predicate predicate from a mans appearance how howwomen howwomen howwomen
women might like him Dr Copln would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be here in attendance much less as asa asa asa
a visitor unless there was some value in inhim Inhim inhim
him Ho evidently 6ldentl knew the place well wellenough wellenough wellenough
enough to have been at Mfdmeadows often oftenIt oftenIt oftenIt
It made me for no particular reason that thatI th t tI
I could name uncomfortable uncomfortableIt
It was still and warm the beginning of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hush of twilight the birds chattering chat chattering chatterIng ¬
tering quieted when voices came plain plainly plainI plainly ¬
ly I up to me through the open window windowbeside windowbeside windowbeside
beside my bed Miss Uss Fielding and the thedoctor tbedoctor thedoctor
doctor were coming around the corner cornerof comerot cornerof
of a house on their way to the stable stableI
I wish when she comes next time timeyoud timeyoud timeyoud
youd have Leah let mo know I heard heardDr heardDr heardDr
Dr Copln say earnestly earnestlyI
I wont promise to do that was her herreply herreply herreply
reply replyffWhy
replyWhy Why not noU he asked sharply sharplyWhy s sharplyWhy arply arplyWhy
Why do you want to know knowu she sheasked sheasked sheasked
askedYou asked askedYou askedYou
You know well enough You know knowhow knowhow knowhow
how interested I Iam am In her herI herI
I wish I did didThis didThis didThis
This was the last I could make out outfor outtor outfor
for they passed into the yard ard behind the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house I heard the carriage drive off offand offand offand
and soon oon after Miss Fieldings voice In Inside Inside inside ¬
side the house calling caUln for Leah to come comedown comedon comedown
down I thought that I detected a strain strainof Qtralnof strainof
of excitement even of alarm in her hertones hertonc8 hertones
tonesA tones tonesA tonc8A
A half hour afterward she came Into Intomy intomy intomy
my room with a chessboard and asked askedmo askedme askedme
me if I Played 1 > the came I was delighted
to try It with her though I was poor poorenough poorenough poorenough
enough at It and she s1t beat mo mo easily easilyShe easllYt easilyShe
She was quite as charming as ever but butas but8S butas
as I studied my strategy she shehadthne shehadthneIn had time timeIn timen
In n the silent pauses to fftU tjlllinto Into little littlemoods littlemoods littlemoods
moods of reverie letting the talk drop dropnaturally dropnaturally dropnaturally
naturally I was not too absorbed 1n 1nmy inmy n nmy
my play to notice It arid once or twice twiceI
I looked up from the th board to see her herfaco herfaco hertaco
faco show a Tragic expression cxpr slon clearing clearingunder clearingunder clearingunder
under my surveillance surv lJlance with what seemed seemedto seemedto seemedto
to bo a 0 foxed smile The little lines linesnear 1Ine8near linesnear
near her eyes seemed s < emcd to have deepened deepenedsince deepened81nce deepenedsince
since morning and two vertical ones onescame onescame onescame
came nt times cutting upright clefts be between between between ¬
tween her brows Once or twice sho put puther puther puther
her hand to her head suddenly Her list listlessness listlessness listlessness
lessness accented her grace but she sheseemed sheseemed siteseemed
seemed distinctly older olderAfter alderAlter olderAfter
After she had announced mate in three threemoves threemoves threemoves
moves she awaited my capitulation Then ThenBho Thensbo Thenshe
she put the board and men aside wearily wearilyYoull wonrlJyYouU wearilyYoull
Youll find it desperately stupid here hereI
I know Mr Castle she began I wish wishwe wlihwe wishwe
we couU be more amusing but Im a abit abit abit
bit blue tonight tonightI
I only reproach myself for not notbeing notbeing notbeing
being able ablato to make you forget IV It I Isaid Isaid Isaid
said As for myself I always feel like liketho lIketho likethe
tho hero of a fairy tall tale when youre youreabout youreabout youreabout
about aboutShe aboutShe aboutSite
She gava ga her head a quick backward backwardshake backwardshake backwardshake
shake as If to free her mind of some somedisturbing somadtsturblng somedlaturbing
disturbing thought Oh I told you I was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the White Cat you know she replied repliedCant repUedCant repliedCant
Cant you imagine how interacting it itmust Itmust Itmust
must be for us Is to have any anyone one here hereat bereat hereat
at all and you most especially Why WhyI
I feel that you OU are a friend already If Ifit IfIt Ifit
it hadnt been so I shouldnt have dared daredto daredto daredto
to confess so frankly that Im depress depressed ¬
ed edWhat What can I possibly pay of you then thenwho thenwho thenwho
who have proved yourself OUnl1lfso so friendly I IshaI Isha1 Ishall
shall be glad when It comes my turn to togive togive togive
give and yours to recolve recolveOh recolveOh receiveOlt
Oh that time will come soon enough enoughIm enoughlm enoughIm
Im afraid she said folding her hands handsIn handsIn handsIn
In her lap and looking down at them themYou themYou themYou
You make me quite long for It ItOh JtOh ItOh
Oh dont long for It she exciulmed exciulmedand exch exchtimedand lmed lmedand
and than roso nervously to stand facing facingtho tnclngtho faehi faehithe
tho lamp with a fixed entranced gaze gazeIt gazeIt gazeIt
It will mean perhaps that I shall need needall needaU needall
all your sympathy all your our charity she sheadded sheadded sheadded
added turning ever so Sluwly to look lookdown lookdown lookdown
down at me meI meI
I will give anything you askAnd ask askAnd aJkAnd
And I shall ask nothing she put In Inquickly InqulckJy toquickly
quickly Again she threw her head h d back backwith backwith backwith
with that quick freeing gesture g ture I saw sawwhat sawwhat sawwhat
what she meant It would bo put to my mytact mytact mytact
tact and Intuition IntuitionShe IntuitionShe intuitionShe
She hold out her hand impulsively and andput andput andput
put it into mine It scorned very small smalland smalland smalland
and slight and it was cold Then sum summoning 8urnmonlng summoning ¬
moning a smile so rapidly that it came cameand camennd cameand
and went won in a flash she bade me good goodnight goodnight goodnight
night at a u left the room roomFor rooml1or roomFor
For fully an hour after that I IbMId IbMIdher heard heardher heardher
her voice and Leahs Leah In a a steady low
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and see that I wanted nothing I fall fallInto f fallinto ll llInto
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When making or buying a petticoat petticoathava J6tt1eoatJta petticoathave
have Jta > ve It two inches longer IO er than the rep repquirad re required rcqulrod
quired length Put in a a oneInch tuck tuckabove tuakabove tuckabove
above the hem which takes up the two twoinches twoInches twoinches
inches inchesWhen InchesWhen inchesWhen
When the bottom ruffle or the hem ot otthe ottbe ofthe
the skirt wear let down the tuck cut cutoff cutoff cutoff
off the ruffle or hen and hem up and andyou andOtl andyon
you Otl will hav have a nice clean skirt again againas againal againas
as the bottom always wears first
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