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Outside, Sullivan was sleeping in his
chair, hi& head dropped forward. Tilly stood looking down at him with shining eyes. When he slept on, she slipped forward and, dropping on her knees silently,""putjier lips to the sleeve of Sullivan's New York- made dress coat. Then, flushed and palipating, she fled back to the room, and stood leaning against the door, trembling, with shining eyes. "You dear!" she whispered to the door panel. "You dear! I'm dippy about you!" IK OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE jfl POT '& OUT, ALL R(rilIjip PHRe peopce. set THeiR frf TLlceNSS TO Blou; INTO A WN'sg office During business 5! L HOURS flHD ROOST THeRg J7? g Foi? a visit ! i'm rm- Jllli " o o "The first requirement of a young gentleman is a reposeful manner and a low voice," says a Chicago society expert. We guess that some Chicago dude has foozled in his courting of the daughter of one of ttiose South Side bacon-makers who wears hob nailed shoes.