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thirty, and was good at games. He
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 cornered and
his habitual fright had Worn off.
But gradually he became almost' at;
ease with nearly everybody; and, in
the shyest, gentlest way enjoyed-himself
hugely. But the prettiest girl in
Aiken had very hard work with him.
I don't mean that the pair sat or
stood or walked in absolute silence.
Indeed, little Miss 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 Harrispn Fisher, Noted Illustrator of the American Girl. With Miss
Frederick I? Earle Williams, Star of the Vitagraph Moving Picture Company,