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HE KNEW HOW
After the clock struck eleven the
peevish father strode to the top of
the stairs and called down:
"Mabel, doesn't that young man
know how to say good night?"
"Does he?" echoed Mabel from the
HIS ONLY POSSIBILITY
"I believe," said the impatient man,
as he put aside the telephone, "that
I'll go fishing."
"Didn't know you cared for fish
"1 don't, ordinarily. But it's the
darkened hall below. "Well, I should only chance I have of finding myself
say he does." Ladies' Home Journal, j at the end of a line that isn't busy.'"