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he came back and he said I'm sorry but it was all my fault because I left the slip on the counter and then he gave me the slip and a five dollar bill. He said again to the lady that he was very sorry but on account of the Christmas rush sometimes he forgot like that. The supervisor spoke rather cross to Frank and then Frank went away. I gave the customer her change and that was the end I thought.
But that night when I was cleaning up my desk I pulled it away from the wall so I could sweep behind it and I saw something fall on the floor. I picked it up and it was a sales slip for four dollars and sixty-three cents and there was a five dollar bill pinned on to it. I stood there kind of not understanding for a minute and then it came to me the whole thing came to me like a flash and the tears came to my eyes because I realized that Frank was a noble man and that I would never never never be able to deserve to be his friend. And when I thought how he took the blame on himself and had paid five dollars out of his own pocket just to save me I couldn't get over it.
Frank waited for me every night to take me home because it was so late. I decided I wouldn't tell him anything about the slip until it was time to say good night but all the way home I could hardly talk because I kept thinking how noble Frank was just like in.a book and maybe I would write to Mrs. Libbey about it so she could put it in a book and I felt that yes indeed he was my ideal. Frank didn't say much either on the way home. He looked kind of tired and I wondered if he was thinking of what he had done and the five dollars he had paid for me.
After ten o'clock they turned out the lights in the vestibule and it was always dark when we said good night. Tonight Frank took my hands in his hands like always and he kissed

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