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expected her gentleman friend.
All gazed at me until the power
of suggestion was so strong I
Volunteered nly services. Un
fortunately I tore my skirt on
one of the seats, and then there
was such' a draught that I caught
a severe cold, and I've had it sq
long that I'd be lonesome with
out it." .
' "Was your kindness appreciat
ed?" asked Louise.
"It seems we went to the thea
ter which had the wildest, most
exciting and thrilling films, and
Kwas roundly censured for tak
ing the boy there, instead of to
the one opposite."
r "Did you remain long?" inter
rupted Louise in a sympathetic
"Too long. I was persuaded
to felegraph George that it was
ah utter impossibility for me to
keep a theater engagement with
"How could I refuse my cousin
after her kindness to me, when
she had such a bad headache and
I vyas the only one who was able
to decorate the table for her birth
day dinner the next day? George
didn't believe my excuse and took
"Why, I saw George and Dor
othy together again last night."
"yes, I know he's been taking
her ever Since. Do you blame me
for not accepting Airs. Winston's
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contains 90,000,000 cubic feet of
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"Did you 'ever back a horse in
your life?" -"Yes, 'once and once
only." "Did you win anything?"
"No, I didriV "Why, how was
that?" "Well, you see, I backed
the thing through a shop window
and had to pajr$5."