‘FRANK l..ESLlE’S CHIMNEY CORNER. ' I I ,
ataggie returns lor her gloves, which she had ior- even In the London I’iutcIl,lIiatt 0., actually dcl doosidly enchanting wine I tliintieaoln the blood
goiien, on the ilealt. i I ism that I am no and or run. some in eurneute- going like is wiliaov lit the llerby. y Lll4l ov.
"ll -on come across that nosey minx, give it to he ueun't want to borrow money, or anything at ernor has II jlilly at or is, six or gem. “rm...
Itcr."i1uys ciisi-y,irom belliudalarga account-book, that kind, so it's genuine. lmerc -' I‘e i p ‘ ' ct. v
on the no as or uliicn he iaenppased to be engaged show you that alter a while you'll and me on a brand that will ietcli you. lilies <.raham-lioedcrer.
uare. ' ‘
in inatilng conipllcatod ent ‘e bu . s ar Salli admired you ever so much [mm the In London the luiliestlpple i-otlilllg els lou ntulit
l is non erued, r nocent oi ‘hill labo as window." tr some o our oedererto uigt . ' val
the summit oi aiiiuntarerat. “Proinlse me thts, -- Did lie!“ says ltiaggie.lu anuiet. disconcerting here comes Layton. ‘hate V! is ob
aritiv. Inr m as -e. wsy. ' ‘ - knows the Prince of tvalea's ret in Iiltntlnn, and vii;
ie duesu‘tpronlise.biitahementallyresolves If she had giggled, or implied a doubt in the an hctlttttary member or the iisrrinlr and Athe-
. tllut,regarillees oi hlr. Cascyla interest in the matter. veracity of the statenient, or indulged in any ooni- nu-lini Clu s.”
e she will act lur iisreclrcoiiie quicatite. vuoaplace whatsoever, ltilpert would have been at Tllelleurt beneath the I)IIlC’CI0lIljllI:Il2lI's1(I ulaclr
5 air. itopcrt iossinisr vrns in the bsy.wlndow or the home, but the two it wee suia' " words completely cashmere haddiee llutters.
ilaggle would give her year's salnry not to blush
0,‘ ltlcgatliorlum club ssiiaggie pueed up 1-‘itth avenue upset his canoe.
V V V en ouls to lure. llliliord’s. she looked charming‘ in “What a ruin little lot you are!" he excluini .. ow many women would ive ttie sum twice
“ mu] [3 THE ][Eu‘3S 1 her hlue,tiha‘ggy>clolI.t coat.hraided like an Austrian casting anndmtrlnlzvglilnce at the lair young lace, told to be enabled to do so at the right moment-
tiusuuirla pellsse. her black t and sweeping blue glowingwith exercise, and the lithe, llssoaie turns but the blush comes creeping over her and heating
ieathcr,hcr lilock dress tucked curelully up, rsveal- trotting on best e h in. i cr,arld making her incl angry. Ind lartured. and
IIIK a scartetsilk undevilkirtancl little buttoned boots, Shall she tell him to go away? She doesn't want niiser .
thick-soled and medium-heeled. It in a bright. him. He is civiI,aller ltisypurticulur lurthion, and Whyaliould islie hlttaltbeclattlie Ihis iall.uIint,blitek-
ll hreoz evening. and alto speeds upon her errand yet-no,slie will not hear him any longer. Whlsliere man to am g 9 an gee“ rrt ., Ce. rm
raplllly and ohcerily. - p I ie sin a.
“B Jove. air!‘ exclairlts Josulnter to his com- “d[r.Jossirner.l'm sure on ofihe ladies to whom sidewalk his nl yer much on I e
an-uolt av “-l-in-r XUl'IIER< -
"run LAST rumor FOR A YEAKL,
“$076 FIPIE AVlx'l‘E," ETC.
anion, a ilissipatedlooring youth, with .3 head you have list taken ooyour mt would he vcr izlatl uose,nis'bauds plnagedla
--'- , , zily into his poclseis. Il.'u
CHAHEE vr. cropped as closely as his own,’ In in saint indoedto ave your cantpitny. lieu yon, frankly, itbsurd. it's rnonsiroust uh. it is too bad:
I ” similurle preicusioustotbehahilunentsoithe British ldo riotwantlt" It ow well he sis up!” no nuss llupsrt.in a
“5ETPEI9“5U’ -II -is guordaaiaa in rnui .Il he's no end eranics gal.end My heroine his not as yet been spoiled by that coniidentinl dropping oi voice. y over he was
' Im not easily liiL The dooaa nisllow state this deadener at rig t and wrong. ocieiy. Site is a est dresse man in l>iccadill lawat sensor.
l‘t'gE n;- Ilia loreloollf’ and Piccadillyia aharder nut to crack. rmlltnow iresh as the blush upon her cheek. and oil, or how He best ever man in the i‘IaI'IImr0ugIl4lIIitl'rl llio
well use)’. III llnlzitm how I stood niy ground in London at the Albslnbm. few oung girls even oiscventeeu I could any these Prince oi wa ss‘s Club. T is clolltrtt are nit y
enter d the co 'uit- crevnorue. the or mtll’ala1:e. the Aquarium. and war at i2inalpege.the greatest artist on earth. by George:
liouseln obelllencelonn allthose pliers; butltellyonwhatitis,ltedmayne, “You are doosid candid, Elias G.." observes How do, aytoia!"
orlierlrnm Idnmn 'III- Pm boo i time.” i l Rupert, nota little pique . Herherthayton givesaaliglit start ashe perceives
enls. errand int her "She multl be it hzzer."snggeata ltedinayne. “What ueedliavelor aubtert‘uge!“ahe exclaims, lllaggie. glances at Rupert, and, lining his hat, '
rim 10 lllvsr llllllord- ‘I he's a cracker, iii d ab and tltittisb. 1 almost an ri ' i passes on is way i
3' Sllnllo hnnlln. yon Tm- tboughtto wing herwiih a stars-you hnowttie real ilonltgitarye up an tellow. I meant to be‘ civil." iliiggie, not and crimson. increases her time, and
a anti; 1 heard I11 Ilwnl thing-tiut. begad, sir, i, might as well have been “lflxlmulzhl 0lIlel;1wl:'e‘. I would aogdiilerently." looking straight out into the Ceiilrltl Par -, dislies
i v gazing down Broadway. i It What would on pa .
“All about what, iii. “The nrst thing to do is to and out where she -I lttr..1aasinier, we part here, it you please." airs. Milford’: is reaction at last.
caseyl" lives." I “By Jove, I'm not in the habit or being treated "You w u't be litter than nine, Miss craliiiinrv
"Alluboutl.lterut:linn "luslzell lier,uir." tlilsvuyi" savuRupei1.extentlillg is an . ,
..;g,.i.....,m ,.,,,r,s..r..r "iv 2" ’ n v I-‘Nor am i to have an escort forced upon ins Maggie sees it not, but coldly noiiiiliig her head.
v Inlux. iiiss iliord. i no Jove,ihe wonldnttelline. agaiaanniyw ." ‘ darts up the steps. I
heard on g e her "T ltt'ua amen she is very nearly angry with this pink-laced "she or a iizzernjmutters Jossiaier, no he ru-
'e ’-hisilal "1‘lladonite iibil." intruder. steps; “ytast the sort oi gal to nluko u
“1’nl:nw‘." and the closely cropped gentleman. -I By George! I wouldn't want with the onset fellow gowild,yonknow. shoIsdreadinldviiwbliciiy.
this inmiliarity shrugging liia shoulders, derisivcly up liea hlniiielr wolmanln London against her will! liuetagirliii Iimnshleaw n Sam says. I hulls he lIIIsII'I lvll
."llI'ldlI)I!Iyi)l:iEIIl)VlV]Z]d w h uguid euergyto atnothpick. " Vlaat are her Piccadilly one cveugrilg,"hnd-"H H]:elld6 M . H u b H A ,
th actio a a .w lo ‘I oo -evening. r. s 'm nr opsns as aggio pn s is e . man i
allzycl in o yl h six." “Let a fellow walk the next block with you!" mes llnrrierlly out, jotttlinlz her roughly. riidely.
lreet-soraplugeiis, - You can always drop on her when she abuts up says liupert. in the tens or ittkleudiue schoolboy. s does not lllt is IIIIIIIll black eyes In Ivr-WI!
II T r was something in a whole situation no mail is clioiies in-ohoin. -
upon me conscience. I helievevehe ls."
-- who could have tol you. -“llawl haw
i No, ltedmagne. I've a better ridiculous that Maggie assented with a an .
ister'is dooaidly clever, you know." “I ‘sit I was up In the dodge oi poetry. I donlt ‘
' - t ' gs ,
“I'll tell you, then ltlis. lsrierly, the decent tvo- pllinton. lllys A
mnni atsweepsnp the plum she heiirdiheuliole ‘I loo told ‘ i p in for those liiud of bin - they don t or me; cam-izit vii.
thing, and gave itto nie word for war , even ii l0W- -' Uh. tiegad y tact, air; a stunner on litcra- the ’r not in , e. m a good man at olo; Ini ..gm,..,,,,, ,...my
% . ing ow you squared at the other one, and lmiintod iiire and magazines and all that sort or thing. By one ottlie reds in the Newport clab,aud Ive auoli list. in the blood, .....i fall, along in. r.....,i,-- L
a hen I h ehe w n’ lit to Jove! alie shy d a story at the ' the-" an nrfully jolly ponyl no a, tlp.top ateauplarrrml. 1
locked your hours, and thntirshe nrieiied hcrugly "Ly It all r.’ ll. 11 ubntiti - You must come out some day, A rohiroru lluukey. with a suspicion of the West
month ou‘d ivelierablowthatwould scndher into -- well. you may chafl. ii on please; but it lliaggie." End at London ‘a his ene nl gii‘ ineliuor,
the ml illa o next week." zzeil. some ol the lellows w o read it have?” A red iiusli rushes over her iace. usl-cred llnggle inn: II bonlloilirtle on the lell 0! the
“I nrcer squared at Miss lliilrord. I never used “What the doose has tlns to say to your little How dare this booby address her in this familiar hat . V
such langungel" crlss liaggle, lndignan , French 1tlillint‘r!" dmwls r. Iteiimayae, dlvcrsiiy- way: g ‘I Xou. are the. young perealiem! ludy ivom
“His. is says you did, but what matter; lug Iiiavisngo by the temporary occupation oi Itre-' "Ml-. Jossirrier, who gave you permission in call Hllmn ’ cnsllnlz I lorilly glance vf nIlIIIIrIIII0II
you gave that hussy two hundred cents on her dol- niendons yiivvn. ‘ . t me by my christian name 2'' Don lIeI'- , ,
ar, auyho ,itnd I y the Lord reward you tor itl " l'lltcIl nu, air.what it has toanytolt. Cawu't II] took it, by Jovel But I say, I've a much “ I am from Madame taiiezza a."
it on had a scrimuia c with Ill a too " low say what he has to say without your pootier one tor on!" "Step in here. his is a retlyfltom-llt for a
d al a . , o t a to ‘
continued ltiv. cascy. gleelully. as though the lilea oi couionnded Interruptions! When] was in London, - no my rears... ms in that way ..,,,:t..,lv [lrfthy g>Il,”dputronlzittgly an laniilliily
' ‘ lleill In ' ' 9 ll 0
ila wit a little hotwa rwas no one - . "But, r a y now. on my soul. .4’ H enough toliilorni your nnstresa that l
dI5I.lHle'nll hi . “I hope y u got out oi it better ' Now. Rupert, cut London, and come back to stops, adding, as iithinking aloud: It That1L'[u the am waiting." in: Maggie's stern re o ider. ‘
5 than I usually do. I go into the light his shop, but, aliop." I , err arrmgv .' "You can talte a looti at this li alriimi or colon". 5
u on my conscience, I come out like a lamb. In “I any my alster la lnlernally clever, arid I may Migg ltluror-.1 paggeg them, her nose lo the air, lieu fora few minutes.” dlrectlllg her it eiltnin to ti
l lrlonkeysallowance I gct-rnoro kicks than hnli- tell ou,sain. that she's wriuiilrituovel Jllll now, sh. gggts a contemptuous look at Maggie, and you r n tonio,iu aid with rabeaqncs "itll I
once. You cIn'tulrika I woman. llnggieuallil wliitt la Illl -blown, double-milled 1'’ glue; and into Jgggjmgglg Mg, rllialt Cnbtne in It, likewise the II'0[Ip0<lllI)II
chance. then. it an inaii against anal No chance -' I've heard that, too," iiiterpnses the inexorable Lfgggig in drggrrgtgd .c being discovered 1,. an“) ]'v a cab!!!‘ Am IORIIET?--IJ ilowshl ‘ niltnrln
' ‘ v wu gar na le uiu on u uy, is one o cou-
slirii. I you with this young swell, and by Maude Milford,
would allow to lreiat me In this via . I dun‘! mint! “ Well. air, she is lturd up tor a heroine, and. by of nIl people in the world.
being looked down upon by her morally lttld phys Jove! uitoln going to enter Maggie for the nae." “What I! rum start of Maude’! 1'’ say: Rupert. ‘
Ilcitlly. In llrr why tilts is it (‘lilo vvomnn, Illitggte. “ What a hideous name; It'll Duly lit for I llslr “Why ".9 gongg gm gym ‘mg mg W of Gladstone. with is broad
Did you nine Mrs. Casey as good as you gave the ul:tll." - -
. M v 1. rr 3 , -pl.‘ . not an. raeli.withhlarcntooningcurla. V ‘
It uh, a'1l give her a pet uaine,sam,iIll lnyyeu um" ea “ M " B "E E 5 "" Have on sngoodlherlla at lanai" deiiiiinda
teniptuous y. -
ting a diisaaIt care one red cent for the singles
‘mic or uoso; or ins.
nosey one. re , y ,
. About as good," laugh. ltagnlc. seven to tvvol lmetacharming girl atcrornorus, “-llvlfisll or. 111.-Ioasimer,"slio orlea,tlie tears the donkey. It gal she is with her ])4llIl'V
“More power to you. tliiira alllsay. Go frtrher aud‘." gm;-ling .r’r 9... "bggnnqg roman or hair. poo. Ile ulult halt bad, but low lrisli-a (lrrittl
whenever you get the chance. it tnlies ii woman to t- ylonro bitck to London again, Rrupert.” K t‘ vrlla in. irate. or you‘. rcqrainiarlsa, you mess .., vvillgar tlieust. Ih ipoeeLyou;(vo';ixe;eli,:d e W lkwi:
. . ‘ ' ' -- t‘ t ' . ' . t or wen otI'uot: o e v liii.
iii.-'l?'.”liii.'i. "i"iT.‘.“u i'i‘.'iiii‘e“r“, i”‘l3i“i‘ iB..f'i‘-ii‘ ii: tonoE5.f‘3'..i.‘7:?..2“l2i$l‘is‘I‘;Si‘i“i"i.i?vi‘Elli a'.“; ‘.”.‘;‘.r ,31‘.?i'..i.,“i..n er i-1 “" "“""”‘ "’ "‘ "““‘ "“i'l"?fie rv’ii‘.'.‘?.ii.i.i line, and Hare: and a..n.s.. ,..
‘ over toinorrow night in (taste the barley hree. mliiii tor lttaggle." llolbcredlsaguod oneat, expressive word, ind "Are on aware that you are mating a very
K e’ oiiig to or ltli<o Ponderbilt ior ill - How good or o l And so your sister is going one which my horoiuo picked up ilraua honest Phil stupid mistake!" she cries.
at I' 1!” t- Dun‘: cut up rough. young lady," liiiperlinsnce
adama unezzrit girl in tier nave
h ! II It h It d; d I ‘ . l ' I ‘t It ' .
“I'll “P 3 1 WI!!! 1' 983 "I ldoubt there in it word more laden with mean .Y""ll:v"l‘i';I“‘ia“i"‘;‘;. l':“‘r‘n‘:“'l,. &pm1mem!;, demands
wedilltlg. I’d go to-mlzlit. as she's on the u nt
with Miss Station, only I've to hike the child to tho . h ,
play. Somebody gave lllrn. Cue a couple at an ,SIln.i. wal.l‘t this ut me in the running! She'll irrg than um gnome nibernignngghgog, 1t grmygyg -
' e nt ggie there no end or times. and you lay the all that you want to say in its direction more than Maggie, rising. “lsiall seek it myse .
Inertial llndu htrnl-ell‘. as he nubile-
ng Ina Ma
ke a mean like Mulileery. I'm to cell at the odds that I'll always be on deaf." lmy expression thatiknowoi. stronger words are The itorlzn ,IIs , ,
aeadem or '. n to take itjuat an it ltwouldcarn - No big brothers with eawlitdes!” dsntlve; weaker words lull short; -- bothered I’ MI'- VIIII Hangs ttcllllentlm.
h v anything In that line but a a i . ." scores a gold every ins. , " .
- aapposelll liavo to escort the ioasil next,” nodding “Na stunliliiithert" Now. this very sharp edge which liaggio put on “ In It I 1 has I‘? don. Imsn- ‘I only mnnrlg
A ‘ lie direction ot the apectaoled cler ,who,with "Slto'ai ado ted by some cads oithe name at ltiul- toward iiupsrt Jossiiner. instead or proving a lurks. I'd tell lira. ltliltord that you re Irwlllllllg.
his ilose resting on the pages nl a ortly ledger, berry or lliiil-something. who doom’! count [or any- source or repulge so decided, a gulf gr, wing, g mil ti o." g
was scraping away with his pen with nudablo per. thing-haw! haw 1" and the two worthies laugh in so high, iterved but to stimulate the order at his dull alzgia gazes around the boudoireii
. . K
hlllsl e sighs, --il ihsd siicli a sanctuary as
aev once. couc r a
-- He never stops. Maggie. lie nsverspealis. lie -I Here's a tidy little cratt going under iull sail!" or his heart, which an hitherto never risen to tile this. 1'9"“ “fiver. net-er leave I ."
gives ouegroau atsix o'clock asmuchastn nay.'0h. cxclaiuiii Ila: maybe. " Loolt at the little icei pecp- dignity o a 37,9. - , it was a veritable poem. this lI(7WEl'rIli(IEn apart-
Lord,wh won't they let me stay at it all night!’ ing in and out iront heneatht :4’ He would try the basilisk and serpent dodge. llc Int-ut. A white carpet. spit. thlchncreainy, with u
lle'anmere inachineiuo more brains tlianaciiokoo- "lty .lovel lt‘ii hliiggie Graham!" crietlalossimet‘, was not going to be tools and oi d y a mere red. red rose dung IIPIIII I‘ ‘let! Ind lllerni ‘l'l"“1'-
i clack. tlivil s sarerrirtiirelutho whole plaoe-renu- plunging lortlia nor. sewing-niacliiiie girl. snin -new what was what, ebony lurnlture. llPll9lI4'-Wed III DIM 9- EIIUII I“
lar as th oe t'sl Io -ou're tie uverta as her. lid Sam had told lilmio charge hreoai high. to go our great rnndmollle Wm .
it her. a
golagio wait onilrs. tilllord. SIle'an1eal1udy:Just The sight at tlila plnli-raced, yellow-inualached. it like the isolalilavo clmrlze, and taiie the guns h
theiortoilarlylwasaccustoiaedtoaieetwlien w ailly-eyeil young man is ilisiasielul to her. She rnisl alieer dint oi pluck. Ila l'alI(Il1"'?, lotljaurs
la the aervite Iulncl. lwasengsgodio be married Xrinlslllm wliiiout well knowing why, dciies hlui ullilce. lie doesn't think in French. 1 do, watercolor akelc V in V
Audacity wiih wonien,savn said, was all that was oltaniaaaand cushions, Ilttljlra hits or amisra
< toalad ,the daughter niatip-top Dublin solicitor. without well knowin w y. .
whom met at Dublin Carlie with re unllrcd lzrsatliing heavily lrnai the result or his rapid necessary. The iortresa of the heart should he soatleredever,vwllere- 13l"’<‘ll;b"M‘iQl>!lill'Illllllllll!I‘i
E ii s Itmnne (two thonsandilve hundr dollnrs); plunge from the Club drawing-room to tIieatreet.lie stormed, anr‘. the man who leads the iorlorn hope is L ‘ck ls ' chtnn, banks In metllevn btllllllllza.
at "givia tha desk awbsc that cause the - strides in her side, liiiiag his bit and wishing her a the also to whom the prize is awaiting. 9Xl'9"5‘“ P'” ‘war I'l“'!“‘"l ll‘! ““""" ""’“‘
rimmed spectacles on the (used clerk’: n o g- ottrlrall u on them‘! go, as a r .1 rr or -a very wealth or E‘SIIlEVIIC'B0lIl ort. .
g .“ it wasn't to be. what straws regulate even she simply aaliilsa him. plunges on by Maggie's side-she is walking vary a pmlriill or a onnl; lzlrl In 9" oval frame. count-
oealin 1 it it wasn't tor a glues oi sherry, an -- lining home, than iirahaiut" last-ialitug on inventory or her charms by AI siiic- ti-llly Ilell “P WII P3'9'b“" IIIIIWII . -“min ME-
Amontillndo. rich, oily-la real lildalgo-rd never -I I am not going ems, i.lr. .losainier." long looks or love." lIl'3 I"9IIIInII- . .
have been in this cursed country." where wall that in her tone that bade him ran back Tllo night oi her race. or her iorm, or her dainty “ How lovelv !",slI9 uvl-ImI=i,clnv'l>Illlz ber lI="Il'l
"I thought you lilied America very much, ltir. upon the was er. ’ icstpoppiug in and out as she liurri long. serve loaelllen ll ZIIIB I‘ I‘ “B “"5” ' '““""" "”"’"’
case 1" -ira on awlully jolly evening." to rivet tha ietters ; and ' t in love he the vivlm IINI9 “"‘""““.- .
-- doiasorae tvtlys; boil lnilo zziislino or hair. "very ne." - stands ii on a alippury plank; beneath Iilln the In nI,III9 -d"II'!II“II ‘>9"“"' W’ I‘‘‘'‘
near. The idea or a man who has been in tier "sutlaawlully jolly sunlight" slough l)FdelaIlond- trai riveted. lascinated.nulil she elniestlniagiues
Majesty‘: service turning out a mun-mtllinerwe Tut is she voiic iaaisa no reply. tlaggie taliiolt or him, and maintains adogged ii. that it smiles upon er: b ‘
mnriltn tor the million, A tailor is bad enough. but, -- I'm awiiilly glad, really, ’pm.t my soul I am, that lsnce. she has said her say. and contents lierseli -I it must be ilrs. ililiord when she woaa on my
onaeisnoo, anything nieaner than my you are coining to oarahebang tonight. 'a'ouIlll'ilie with having done so. in raver to his sisier. whom -29-" ll"? W" W "'9 . . . ,,
position can be round this side oi the globe. Itnd my Roventur tip-to ." he is prepared to like, sh ' take no inrthsr o The liltcries between the living izlrl and I I! 170:"
then to be put on an allowaace-woulil youiniaglnc. "Your what?" the aslis. lice n his iorcad ciimpiiniousliip. but let him wallr trait at wh azl her In an oIII l- III"
lleggie, that 1 am out aid.-Never uiniil; I'd "My governor, my lather. Ha’: as right as tap- beside her to tlra. tiliiord-s,whic now ba two ling.vivi ,ihe up ‘MEMO being smi lar,anil,abovs
aielieu you iiltold yon. l'ltell I . I lose rne. nice. we call tlieiu our governors in England. hlocku oti. Shela deterniinedly aultiy.and registers all, that nameless, indeliaable. aanieiliing
Jletuows the irritated couuillon utniy ieelinga. why, then I was in ndoo-" an inward vow that no sentence longer than a men. clsoti-icnlly clear yet lntan iblo as a
t is very morning I was insulted in IT! own ouas.. "I g our pardon. hlr. Jossinler, but I am in e oayllable shall be extracted irom her. hialzizle BUIII 5 I" "'1" ' "“"
i Ior, although we called ttadaiue Vnlte7.7.o'n, I'll like burr ,!’ says hiaggle. -- T ' hebaag at the n lliadl. the same color. have the same light in in
5 to linow who has anch a right In it as mill caseyz..l “Zn am I.’' v son. The ovcrner bought it ior half nothing, and rain. lorni or low bra d 1 r
6 E; any its very morning I was iiaulted y one of tho “ Ill out on business, llir. ilostainter.” has spent a pot or sovereign: upon It - II c . an wnrslii d when Apel i.
=' vlolieyeut. u Mtlin eat vul arcst young women II - ayi.a ears in ii is c In-Jyou l e the on g so mi the marble
r "1-lo . b .
New York-‘the dhtaglller at that very Indy you tare “ I diglxlll lhtIll( llllfal-I-cure to walk with you." house ‘in uure. ’lItt3t'u‘3 no an All picture: uni! linndit. I
going to wait on now. ends on my soul. lllagglc,l tuniinl: her sarnsat. trnihtui eyes upon hlm-alio statues, and all that sort or lb ng.you know In it. mouth; and. as it ,k “I ml
will ltulgyou tor holding ontthe way you did against doetui't want to say “Go away ” until driven to it. y niater'a bnuiloir u v a norm. 'Yo 11 no in to w oexactlf ll ' '
lter. It ior not 2 lug sue a nose miiix Jump on “ now I'm awiully atoopill.", sea it tonight. What wine do you like, Mine Gra- aoiiia aiihtle. apirltual link between . I
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