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"At this point the Major gelded to 1 a lot of good people are really caning 1 gerated oolor
speaK. rxou say one or tne jitabiemen them up, but still "
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to him, "By the frd.
a , little .. witch I" George
do let Pendennls trot
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would do? - he inquired. ' hi widened " 4But- still' what?" she said as he
eyes remaining fisted upon fjls grand- paused.
son. "That's lucky; becaus one's all "But - still well, I suppose Tin a
there is just at present, Gefrge. Old little old-fashioned and fastidious, but
fat , Tom does It all." . ; 4f . I'm afraid being ' a sort of engine
y "Oh, that will be all right! sir. My driver'1 never will appeal to me,
mother can lend me her mali." 1 mother. It's exciting, and I'd like that I mence !"
"Can. sne?" ,Tne old fjentleman part of It, but still it doesn't seem to Pendennls Daid no attention: fh
smiled faintly., "I wondgw He me precisely the thing a gentleman meant nothine to him. and Georce
cried v i
She clucked to the horse. "Get np.
Pendennls! Trotl Go on! Coin-
"EVERYTHING 18 SO SO UNSETTLED."
apartment ' building instead of these seeJ?u thT,?
paused. ' l 1 ought to do. Too much overalls and laughed at her fondly. "You are the
"What, sir? - ? monkey wrenches and grease! No; I prettiest thing in this world, Lucy !" he
"Whether you mightn't re to go believe I'd rather wait for September exclaimed. "Are you going to drop the
to law school somewhere perhaps. I'd and a tandem, mother." 'almost and say we're really engaged?
be glad to set aside a sum $at would .Nevertheless George sometimes con- "Oh, not for years! So there's the
sented to sit in an automobile, while answer, and let's trot again
tunes, and thft maehiflcence of the Ambers on a beeran
" ' 1nsi
op)e wf c 4mhprson laid out a 200-acre
?n- . i.mi'Vn the center Of a four-acre
d stntu ir. . most masrniflcent mansion. Midland City had ever
'development, with "roads
indrn the center Of a four-acre tract, on Amberson avenue.'
m 1, i Yf
lit IPr 1 n.oinr'!i dan irhter married younar Wilbur Minnfer?th
n W hen lctp(j that as Isabel could never, really love Wilbur all
r ' , would ue. u"iunvu - j
pr ioe " Amberson Minafer. and his upbrlnarlnsf and his youthful
.m'aver. 'u " i - , . i ui. ti .
- ii kmpnts as a miscniei inAtr are quuo ii &rc(i:ug wjiu uir moBi
By the time George goes away to college he
?eal his belief that the Ambersons are about the
,rtant family In the world. At a ball given in his honor when
ost ih . , niipcra. fieorare monoDolizes "Lucv Morsran. a stranerer and
J 1 1 1 k v.c w - - ;
""An apartment building! Here?"
'"Yes; that was my Idea." '.
George struck his hands together de
spairingly, "An apartment house ! Oh,
mv T,nrrt I"
"Don't worry ! tour i grandfather 01 armng a tanaem-: r. g,,
wouldn't Hstan to me. hut he'll wish he "w youwere, sum fiie-
had, some day. He sticks it; out that Quietly. . - :. ' ,
apartment houses will never do In a ieorw;woiten Lnurt. -y ipeg your
ardon. - ur course 11 tne wqisl aoesn r
t rC ttiest girl present, and gets on famously with her until he learns
r" P'vmeer looking duck" at whom he had been poking much fun. Is
pa u ,..u.' father. He Is Eusrene Morsran. a former resident of
ke younff ' rturnine to erect a factory and to miHd hnraolpsa
. anil i"3 " -
iCuU'B' ... Invantlnn 1i:ilna tiaH KoAn an nM'.ilnil.A. 9 T.nk.l
VrriftSea 0 A neasred when Isabel threw him over hecausA of a
ra . ,.ji.Arttnn and married Wilbur Minafer. Oeoree makes ran Id
buttuu' n .....rtshiD of Lucy. A cotillion helns their annunntrinca
0grSfamously: Their "friendship" continues during his absences at
onfc ia m a n rl I.ucv berome "almost ene-ae-ed " TViern la a -family
lleKe, vr a division of property which reveals that both - Georges
jar rranny and George's mother are more or less interested In Eugene
unt reore's father dies. George is graduated. He and Lucy remain
This senile divergence fronUthe topic I waiting for September, and s he fre-
in hand surprised George painfully. "Ilquently went driving in one of Eu-
have no interest whatever Jtthe law," gene's cars with Lucy and her father.
he said. T don't, care for tl and the I He even allowed himself to be escort
idea of being a professional man has I ed with his mother and Fanny through
never appealed to me. j I wa I sneaking the growing factory, which was now, begged him hopefully. "Let's talk of
But George was persistent; more
over, he had become serious during
the last minute or two. "I want to
know," he said. "I really mean It.-
Let's don't be serious, George," she
town of this type, and when I pointed pardon.
as the foreman of . the paint shop In-
said Jthe. Major 1 formed the visitors, "turning out a car
and a quarter a day." ;- -
From the factory Eugene took them
to lunch at a new restaurant, just
something pleasant. "
He was a little offended. "Then t
Isn't; pleasant for you to know that I
want to marry you?"
At this she became a serious as he
out to him that a dozen or so of 'em appeal to you" And .he se to go. opened in the town, a place which sur- j c0Uld have asked; she looked down,;
already are doing, he claimed it was The Major ran a tremuus nana pru xsuuei uu us metropoiuan and her lip quivereti iikc mat 01 a
just the novelty and that they'd all be tnrougn ms uair, signing aeypiy. a- ii.v.Uf..i iuuuc mu ui i cnna aooui xo cry. ouuuetuy sue pui
empty as soon
'em. So he's putting
"Ts Ko t trottlnc ml
b B , -rf , i . . ... -vt
age?'' I yu wauieu" 1U reasuu ti
i t liirn , e nafncn irnn - onvthiiio i Jinr. in n w iiisiiHr Kno nirprpn mrnrvrm i v ..non -pa t Ma fAi ni cr nn
as DeoDle cot used to I -w twusc jtuu huj wuit i - - un uuuu uum uhc l v j
UD the?e houses" vjeorgie, e bu.ui. x uuu iniuuw iixat i vi. i""" .A(.iamu- j iusiuul, unu uiea w uuuicw tu
wrlv in hu old I often have refused you whatever tions ; and her. gay ety helped Eugene's "Lucy!" he said huskily. -Dear,
'You've always been rnqr than gen
erous, sir," George Interrupted quickly.
CHAPTER XI Continued.
hon they wem uuv w
be prcmouncea aatywuic
hppf . cheese and
on samu. ..
which Fanny muue rcuuj
ther's house. Lights were burning over
there, upstairs; probably his newly
arrived uncle was engaged In talk with
George's glance lowered, resting cas
ually upon the Indistinct ground, and
(without disturbing the servants, he beheld some vague shapes, unfa-
innrnpv had fatiguea lsauei, uc miliar to mm. formless neaps, tney
JUUlutj Kcr. IfK I .i . , A 4 J v. rt
Athin? DUi SSI lu uuocl,c seemeuj uui, wiiuoui mutu tunosiiy,
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pleasure the manuesiauuus ui ne supposea mat sewer connection or
son's appetite, meanwhile giving water pipes might be out of order.
sister-in-law a Dnei uluulttIJf w i maKing necessary some excavauuus.
0rpnt? of commencement. rui jv0t greatly disturbed, he puiied down
pntlv she kissed them both good-1 ine shade, yawned, and began to un-
t and left aunt and nephew alone I dress, leaving' further investigation for
ther the 'morning. : . .
t never was becoming to her to look But in the morning he had forgotten
all about It, and raised his shade,, to
let in the light, without even glancing
toward the ground. Not until he had
finished dressing did he look forth
low could she?" -George asked from his window, and then his glanee
rfnllv "In mourning, of course was casual. The next instant nis at-
. f A. 1 i. I 1(1 1 1 A V. I Vh A BA
she could do was jusi sit uruuuu tituae Decame, eiecinc, auu c ian
look on. That's all Lucy could do from his room, plunged down the
er for the matter of that." - I stairs, out of the, front door, and, upon
a A. 1 I J A. -Jt
I suTOOse so, ms aunt assenteu. i a nearer view oi tne uesiroyeu ihmi,
low did Lucy get home? Did you began to release profanity upon the
ve out to their house with her be- breezeless summer air, which remained
?" unaffected. Between his motners
o. ftrove home with her-fa- house and his grandfather's, excava
" tions for the cellars of live new
rOh. I see. So. Eugene came to the houses were in process, each within a
tlon to meet you." few feet of Its neighbor. i
rTo meet us?" George echoed, re- it was Sunday, and so the workmen
l" Fanny said absently, a few mo-
after Isabel's departure. "I
aco vmir mother's been Demg
tty gay?. Goinp a lot?'
"Hardly ! Look what .he gave Syd-
np v and Amelia ! " ? . I v , , e .v....
"I don't mean he's a miser, of "And If the Idea of a tandm doesn't
course," said George. "But why on
earth didn't he sell something or other
rather than do a thing like this?"
"As a matter of fact," Amberson re
turned coolly, T believe he has sold
something or other, from time to
time." t .
"I suppose you're joking or trying
"That's the best way to look at It,"
Amberson said amiably.- "Take1 the
whole thing as a joke and in the
meantime, if you haven't had your
"I haven't !"
"Then If I were you Td go In and get
some. And ' paused, Decommg seri
ous "and If I were you I wouldn't
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say anything to your granaiamer
"I don't think I could trust myself
to speak to hfm about It," said George.
"I want to treat him respectfully, be
cause he is my grandfather, but I don't
believe I could if I talked to him about
such a thing as this !"
And with a gesture of despair, plain
ly signifying that all too soon after
leaving bright college years behind
him he had entered into the full
tragedy of life, George turned bltterl$
upon .hie heel and went Into the house
for his breakfast.
His uncle, with his head whimsically
upon one side, gazed after him not al
together unsympathetically. Being a
Being a fi-i
to mate tne uttie occasion almost a
festive one. .
George's ennui disappeared in spite
of himself, and he laughed to see his
mother in such spirits. "I didn't know
what's the matter? Yoa look a
you were going to cry.n .
Her eyelids flickered, ted thea sh
looked up at him with a d jralty,
tears seemlne lust at the poise. "One
mineral waters could go to a person's reason's because I havo a feeVng bal
head, he said. "Or perhaps it's this its never eolne to be."
place. It might pay to have a new res
taurant opened .somewhere In town
every time you get the blues."
"No," Isabel said, "what makes me
laugh so much at nothing Is Eugene's
li 9 juak a icuug.
"You haven't any reason or
It's just a feeling."
"Well, If that's all," George said.
factory. Wouldn't anybody be delight- reassured, and laughing confidently, "1
ed to see an old friend take an Idea guess I won't be very much troubled i
out of the air like thatp-an idea that But at once he became serious again,
most people laughed !at him for adopting the tone. of argument. "DonV
wouldn't any old friend of his be you care enough about me to marry
happy to see how he'd made his idea me
Into such a splendid, humming thing! gne looked down again pathetlcallj
as that factory all shiny steel, click
ing, buzzing away, and with all those
workmen, such muscled-looklng men
and yet so intelligent looking? It's
beautiful to see such a thing," she
said. "It makes, us all happy, dear old
And with a brave eesture she
stretched out her hand to him across
the small table. He took it quickly.
"Well, then, why In the world wonl
you drop the 'almost?"
Her distress increased. "Everything
te everything " .
"What about 'everything?'"
"Everything is so so unsettled-'
And at that he uttered an exclama
tion of . Impatience. "If , you arent
the aueerest elrl! What Is us
Man Has Never Appealed to Me."
ce that had become her habit. "I
ken't seen him while your mother's
I'Naturally," said George. "He's
rn East himself."
At this Fanny's drooping eyelids
"Did you see him?"
"Well, naturally, since he made the
lp home with us.".
Fanny's eyelids drooped, and she
t silent until George pushed Jback his
pair and lit a cigarette, declaring his
tisfaction with what she had pro-
ded. -"You're a fine housekeeper,
o said benevolently. "I don't believe
'ou'd stay single very long if some of
e bachelors and widowers around
pn could just once see "
ne d:d not heur hlrn. "Itis a little
Fid." she said.
"Your mother's not mentionine that
p. Morgan had been with., you."
umn't think of it, I suppose," said
wrge carelessly; and. his benevolent
;ood increasing, lie' conceived the idea
iat a little- harmless rallying might
e to elevate his mint's droonine
Prtts. rn tPii vnn CAmof Vi t r r I n
I J J A OVJ illV llllUi
pnndence." he snifi cniomniTr
fc" looked un. stMrtlPrt "Whnt?" .
"Well, it struck me that Mr. Mor-
VaS lOOkinfT rirettw ohconf.mlndort
of the time; and he certainly is
wing better than hp iksp tn.
Nuldn't be a bit surprised if all thej
ruu leilOW had T)PPn wafnr fn wne
t tt"uvv n "ad an assured income be-
re proposed." . '
vhat 'vounf fciir
inS young fellow Mnrmn ' lnnhed
CfL?onest,y. Aunt Fanny, I
r uu l np n V.if s j l
request an interview with me any
nnd declare thnt hi ir.0irt. .
aoie, and ask mv nermission to
intw t ,??eRse t0 yu- What nad 1
vUm l"t0 tears,
as on,l ?eavensl" George cried. "I
"only teasing. I dldn.t mean-"
nd alone" she sald lifelessly;
I 'uiiramii n , j w
G.! away the china and silver.
Wnfl.l'as stressed.' "I didn't
Vnow v" . irg' Aun Fanny I I didn't
nat'"uu got so sensitive as all
"You'd . .. . . . ..
hd Z ely gogon with her work
Ij " keeping.
KCc I'iL"0.4."!4 hear a
F s he ft irom tne dining room
I "By cl UP the stalrs-
I f Liennrrv III .
Cached his ne Boated, as he
Ct8 ,ht llvlne u.hk - Ug .
'e-tft " Poa bo sensi-
'Wbiictt,. 2 raUlery mIht prove
look w,Ant t0 the window
-uaoxitt, of TU grandf
fanatic orator continued the mono
logue, a gentleman In flannels emerged
upward from one of the excavations,
and regarded him contemplatively.
"Ohtnlnlnir nnv relief. neDhew?" he
inquired with some interest. "You
must have learned quite a number of
those expressions in childhood it's so
hong since I'd heard them I fancied
they were obsolete."
"No, sir; I think ndt. ;he felt It
appeal to you, why of cotjwse " Ana
philosopher he-was not surprised, that J ne waved his hand, herolcajly dismiss-
mifrnuuu, m iuc wmw w. mg ine lauuem. ,
took in the old carriage with the Ma- The Major's distress brpame obvl-
jor, when George was encountered ous "Georgie, I'd like t, but but
nrrkn tho hlirhwflv flnshin? nloni? in his tt. n Mao fqnHpmd irp rti'mp-prnns to
I . . , .. . . . , I .... . , j I "0" ' " J " o I 1 c ail uu iuuuv
mg nts attacK upon me saimou impucateo. m these aeracings were ue- nmabot with Lucy beside him and drlve, and your mother mlht be anx
.aa. nowcoumne: niea wnai uuqueMiouauij wc, WUU1U Pendennls doing better than three
fl don't know what -you mean," have considered a treat; but as the mliin.
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mny said arearuy, in me -aesoiuie ranatic orator conunuea xne mui.- t h recovered." Am- rnthpr n eood thMe helD to
berson remarked. I tHn me out In the open i&T. But If
"I beg your pardon." j perhaps your finances " ;f. I
"Your grandson." Amberson ex- "Oh, It Isn't that so muh," the oW
plained. "He was inclined to melan- gentleman; laughed uncomfortably.
choly this morning, but seemed jolly guess we could still afford y new horse
enough just now when they passea or two, If need be" ;
us." "I thought you said -" a
"What was he melancholy about? The Major waved his- Rand airily
Not cetting remorseful about all the "Oh a few retrenchments where
"Who wouldn't swear?" George de- money he's spent at college, was he?' things were useless. Andf you want
minded hotly. "What does grandfa- The Major chuckled feebly, but with, this thing so very much 5$,
ther mean, doing such things?" sufficient grimness. "I wonder what "it's not important enoui to bother
- "My f private opinion Is," said Am- he thinks I'm made of," he concluded about, really, of course " ig
berson gravely, "he desires to increase querulously. i "Well, let's wait till au0mn, then;
"Gold," his son suggested, adding
gently, "and he's right about part of
you, father." , ; '
"What part?" .
"Your heart." .
The Malor laughed ruefully. "I sup-
giving her a look In which his laughter I settied?' "
tried to remain but vanished before a "Well, for one thing," she said, abto
gratitude threatening to become emo- t0 smlle at nlg vehemence, "yoi
tlonal in spite of him. Isabel, how- navent settled on anything to do. Af
ever, turned Instantly to Fanny. "Give ieast if you have you'v never spoken
him your hand, Fanny," she said gay- ot it
ly; and as Fanny mechanically As 8ne spoke she gave him th
obeyed,' "There!" Isabel cried. If quiCkest possible side glance 2 hope
brother George were here, Eugene fUi ,scnitiny ; then looked away, not
would have his three oiaest ana Desr happiiy. Surprise and .displeasure
friends congratulating mm an at once. Intentionally visible upon tb
We know what brother George thinks COuntenance of her companion; ana
about it, though, irs just beautiful, ne permitted a significant' period o4 '
Eugene!" silence to elapse b tore making ani
Lucy leaned toward George and response Lucy,w h said finally, wltn
whispered, "Did you ever see anything col(J dignity, "havei't you perfectlj
so lovely?" . wen understood that I don't mean t
"As what?" George Inquired, not g0 Int0 DUSiness or adopt a profe
because he misunderstood but be- ;
- niiiii i
cause he wished to prolong the pieas- .T WftSnt
ant nelghborllness of whispering.
"As your mother 1 Think of her do
ing that! She's a darling! And
quit ure," she wild
gently. "I really dldnt know quite."
"Then of course it'a time I did teil
you. xou Know younu tnere are
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HnrrfhTl :M aiMliidiLj.. hlhh.
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papa" here she imperfectly repressed lot of neoDle in the Eat In the South
a tendency to laugh "papa looks as for that nlfttter that don't thinM
if he were either going to explode or e,ve got any purticuli r family or po-
utter loud sobs !" sltlon or culture In this part of the
Eugene commanded his features, untry. There were one or two !
however, and they resumed their cus- m cr0W(i at college.? their famllle
tomary apprehensiveness. "i usea to
write verses," he said "If you remember"
"Yes," Isabel Interrupted gently. J
"1 don't recall that I've written any
for twenty years or so," he continued.
"But I'm almost thinking I could do
his Income by building these houses to
rent." ' ..
"Well, In the name of heaven, can t
said the Major in a tonr of relief.
"We'll see about It' in th4 autumn, if
you're still In the mind por. it then, jt again, to thank you for making a
You remina me oi it, aing in oey- factory visit into sucn a Kinu ceit;
tember or October. Weftl fcee what bration."
can be done.", He rubbed his hands "Gracious!" Lucy whispered, gig-
pose that may account for how heavy cheerfully. "We'll' see wat can be eling. "Aren't they sentimental!"
It feels, sometimes, nowadays. This done about it then, Gedgie. Well "People that age always are,"
town seems to.be rolling right oyer see George returned- "They get sentlmen-
that old heart you mentioned, George And George, in reporti this con- tal over anything, at all. Factories or
rolling over it and burying It under! Yersati0n to his mother, tfeis ruefully restaurants, it doesn't matter what!"
When I think of those devilish work- ftumorous. "In fact tfo' old boy And both of them were seized with
men digging up my lawn, yelling Peered up so much," h told her, fits of laughter which they managed
around my house " "you'd have thought he'$ got a real to cover under the general movement
"Never mind, father. Don't think of load off nis mtncL Of course I know of departure, as Isabel had risen to go.
it. When things are a nuisance It's a ne,g anything but miserly Sstill I can't Outside upon the crowded street
good idea not to keep remembering help thinking he must be 'jilting a lot George helped Lucy Into his runabout
'era." of money away. I kno prices are and drove otr, waving tnumpuuiiti
"I try not to," the old gentlem'an higher than they, used ttftbe, but he and 'laughing at Eugene, who was
murmured. "I try to keep remember- doesnt. spepd within thousands of struggling with the engine of his car,
ing that I won't, be remembering any- wnat ne used to, and vffe certainly lu the tonneau of which Isabel and
thing very long." And, somehow con- can't be spending more tha we always Fanny had established themselves,
vinced that this thought was a mirth- have spent WThere does $t all go to? "Looks like a hand-organ man grind-
ful one, he laughed loudly and slapped Uncle George told me grandfather had ing away for pennies," said George, as
his knee. "Not so very long now, my gold some pieces of property, and It the runabout turned the corner Into
boy !" he chuckled, ', continuing to echo looks a little. queer. I hve a faint National avenue. "I'll still take a
his own amusement. "-Not so very SUgDicionf not that he's geging miserly horse, any day.
nnr that at all but that&old age has He was not so eocksure half an hour
besrun to make him timid o6out money, later, on an open road, when a siren HaVe a Feeling That If s Nevtt
There's no doubt about t, he's get- whistle wanea Denma mm, auu ueiorc Going to ue.
there was anybody in their class out
I had to show them a thing oi
right at the start, and I guej
i 1a. At -l. t, f TT7a.I1 T VilnW
U I . . I Luclr WUUl lUfKCl 111 Tct, x uiui
vations were not introduced into the us guess." - C11"B r V ; o o,o
was n rhpprfnl l isaDei naa a Dngat iucih cv6" I
long. Not so very long!"
Young George paid his respects to ting a uttie queer: ne m u lived on their Income r
.. . . i . i si a onhioit I rn cr i 1 orir in rnH I rnm iruui ueiuuu v 1 111 viitic oi-tun-u .
grandfather tne roiiowmg momiug, uuuu - . r , f tho generations, ana mey nevr
with TTflrlmis nf. Tnlflflie 01 taiKlDK UUOUl OUff UJius ucu j-umj- uac v- 1, " 1
m 1 AAAtinlAil
..wh. Wouldn't Swearr Corfl. De- SiJ wander oft to somethlngKlse ; and I runabout and dwlndled almost Instan
?Wh S-STm. m tertte liaVs bedtime; and top- shouldn't be fnrprUed J .turned JjfJ two.
n.imMi wifh bulldme or exca- out to ue u wi ucuw wi. w i . . ..
"Your father does know how to drive
nntll George lightly mentioned Instead of a tandem wouldn't it inter- white speck-and then out of .sight
- - . i 'w i ay a. m Tn mAr -m. at' m i jAiririi is iiimiiiiiii t iiv 1111111 hmcu
. vin Unnmo nnv orner way i v.ta tt snnto rr i est von xo eci one oi fluseiea amumv i "b- - -
n increase . - i some new umus i -
but this?" . his desire to extend his proficiency In biles?"
r nma nf heaven. It would ap-1 n fnrt. he entertained the P V'T dont think so,
XU inc ha,a u'"6' - r . . . I s
near he couldn't," , ambition to drive a four-m-nano. now- euouu. .
.A - - 1
"It's beastly! It's a aamn aegrau- everi
tlon! It's a crime!" merely
It's time all their sort found out that
three generations can mean just a
much out here as anywhere else."
"But what are yon going to do.
ey're fast j some,1
the dashing exhibition forced 1"?
In ti fit, running I him to admit. "Of course Pendennls
George's earnestness surpassed
I Tiara ha hart hocmrip flnshfKl una hu
I. JUtU. Ka Isn't aa vnilTlp- n hp WAS. And I UOU t I ' ...
as-the Major said nothing, ana one or uiue f"6 w " " ' .",7 Z' :'Jl Wol, T I breathing was emotlonau I expect
, as-me !, , I i, r.oc fiFi ennrt And nr. to nush him too hard. Well, II . ... . .. ... . ....
sat still, looKing surprised, quiic u v- ---- - , , . ifol to live an nonoraoie uie," ne saia.
.... ... . I i . n a. -v iwArnr in om I oninvpr) TMirt of that lunch today Quite I .... . .
in gat tnar np run nnr i neouie kv uw -us)'"J i j-j - - - - OTMit tn pnnrnnnr mw anare to rnan-
"T rlnn't tnOW aDOUl us ucw6 ueorge eui v.- v ' . tV. -.i vQ o 1 T.iifV
. T. - i,t. nnriP stenolne over W(moSe to "go in for coaching just kui tney re uiny .f , ! ;
crime," said his uncle, stepPingove propose to go. i M.Ktt ttinf? out of. order, so -that you're "The sala
some plftnks to Join mm. - at tne -j-r Your whispering to me
. 7 . a. . . mfttnPT SfllQ I Kcirroi tfl np?in W1UI louucm. uc Binj- v . H- I J i ...lb
mistake, iuoubu w- i . . . unrt nri , .' I ueorge cnecKeu r-cnueuuis iu u ai.
not to tell you until w. got nome u was m renu no-: she toterrut&d eagerly. hvhereupon Lucy protested quickly:
F " -J-J I . . . ... , -' I
noticed? Tje way they "Onr flon t i i
ties, and to take part in in mov
a. not XcyUo Vff J'
i foQT-orl vnu'rl oe upset. neeaea w.-uuj.. f 7 " vk . h-i, v
cue ioiu - . . . . . Ai n.MfioW nornanc va- I mnk'P tnem now YOU can E a l, iuwv 01 i ' "J
Upset I Ob. W Lord, I sn wou-a -" the machinery , from theg.op. I do "I know w
I would be upset 1 Hes In nis second in nen trap, p.rt.u- think vou'd be lnterestedKdear" lf so you co
ana a gwu ; -r-
He did not care for a special groom;
hen you make him walk
can give all your attention
childhood." - O
"Well, I thought, myself, It was a
mistake. I wantwl bUa to put up an
one of the stablemen would do,
y . W.t f . - m mm -
George remained IndiITJent. -roa-1 to m prpu9iu v
tly but I hardly think tso. I know!' nd as sh- turned a face of
George gets excited and
acts as might be expected
of him. ' ;
ito Be coirriNuxro
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