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thirty, and was good at games. Ho
did not work at anything.
So he was something that Aiken
could understand and appreciate; a
young man who was well-born, who
didn't have to work and who didn't
Aiken took a great fancy to Mister
Masters. First because Aiken was
giving him a good time and, second
because he was really good company
when you got him well corncred,and
hiB habitual fright had worn off. -
But gradually he became almost at
ease with nearly everybody; and In
the shyest,' gentlest way enjoyed him
self hugely. But the prettiest girl in'
Aiken .had very hard work with him.
I dont mean that the pair sat or
stood or walked in absolute silence.
Indeed, little MiBS Blythe could never
be silent for a long period nor permit
Sitting Contentedly and Neither Saying as Much as "Boo" to the Other.
Posed by Pauline Frederick,' Called the Most Beautiful Woman- in Amer
ica by Harrison Fisher, Noted Illustrator of the American Girl. With Miss
Frederick U Earle Williams, Star of the Vitagraph Moving Picture Company,