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the piano - girl. He paused and surveyed her thoughtfully.
-You'd better come with me," he said.
Without a word, the girl rose and preceded him to the door: Hughie opened it for her, and they both passed through and hurried down a narrow passage, which gave direct into the alley at the back of the establishment.
Once outside, Hughie took the girl's arm and fairly ran, never pausing till they reached the brightly lighted sea-front. He had an idea that a cheerful and crowded thoroughfare would prove more salubrious than deserted and ill-lit byways.
Once clear of their late surroundings the two slackened pace, and Hughie surveyed his charge with comical perplexity.
"Now what am I to do with you?" he inquired.
" Take me home," said the girl, sobbing. Her pluck and fortitude, having brought her dry-eyed through the worst of the conflict, had now taken their usual leave of absence, and she was indulging very properly in a few reactionary and comforting tears.
" Where do you live?" asked Hughie.
" Brooklyn."
" That's a matter for a trolley-car. Come along."
He took her arm again, rather diffidently this time - his old masculine self - consciousness was returning-and hurried off to what the Coney Islanders call a "deepo." Here they ensconced themselves in the corner of a fairly empty car,

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