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dozen and she felt herself blushing all over. She turned away and ran back to the house. Fred noticed it was four doors away from the pillar-box. He had to pass it and as he did so he looked up. He saw the net curtains twitch and knew she was watching. He felt pleased with himself. During the next few days he looked at the house whenever he passed it, but never caught a glimpse of the girl. One afternoon he ran across her by chance just as he was entering the street in which she lived.
" Hulloa," he said, stopping.
" Hulloa."
She blushed scarlet.
" Haven't seen you about lately:'
" You haven't missed much."
" That's what you think."
She was prettier than he remembered, dark-haired, dark-eyed, rather tall, slight, with a good figure, a pale skin and very white teeth.
" What about coming to the pictures with me one evening?"
" Taking a lot for granted, aren't you?"
" It pays," he said with his impudent, charming grin.
She couldn't help laughing.
" Not with me, it doesn't."
" Oh, come on. One's only young once."
There was something so attractive in him that she couldn't bring herself to give him a saucy answer.
" I couldn't really. My people wouldn't like me going out with a fellow I don't know. You see, I'm the only one they have and they think a rare lot of me. Why, I don't even know your name: '
" Well, I can tell you, can't I? Fred. Fred Manson. Can't you say you're going to the pictures with a girl friend?"
She had never felt before what she was feeling then. She didn't know if it was pain or pleasure. She was strangely breathless.
" I suppose I could do that."
They fixed the night, the time and the place. Fred was wait-

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