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believe it, they were so-I think Have you ever been there, Mr. Burton? "
" No."
" We went oy land to-and then from Miami-when you wake up-it's the most beautiful-with the sun just rising over the islands-it's simply heavenly-it's just Well, you have no idea ! "
" Yes, I have," said Harry to himself, and aloud: " Grace, I'd like a high-ball. I had a tough day."
" The days are getting shorter," said his hostess.
" I imagine every day must be pretty hard for you men in the Street," said Miss Rell.
" I'm not in any street," said Harry. " Not even a path."
" I know how secretive you Wall Street men are," said Miss Rell, " but I wonder if you would do me a favor. Just before I left home, I heard Father talking about some stock that I think he said he had a tip on-he's got a lot of influential friends that tell him things like that, but of course nobody like you who is right in Wall Street. Now it would be perfectly wonderful if you would tell me whether this stock is any good or not and then when I go home, I can tell Father what you said and who you are and he'll think his child isn't so dumb after all. Will you? "
" What's the stock? "
" Isn't it marvelous that I remember the name of it? It's General Motors."
" General biotors ! Well, listen, if you'll keep this under your hat "
" Oh, that reminds me, I saw your Mayor Jimmy Walker in the parade today and I told Grace I thought he was the only man in the world who could wear a high hat without looking silly. Do you know him ? I'll bet he's fascinating to know. He's cute ! I wish we had a cute mayor. I suppose you New Yorkers must think our town is a regular wild West show. It really isn't as bad as all that.
" Lou-that's my brother-he said the funniest thing the night before I came away. No, it was Wednesday night he said it and I didn't leave till Friday noon on the Century. What was I saying? Oh, yes, Father and Lou and I were waiting for dinneryou know we live on the North Side, just a block south of the park --and anyway there were some noises out on the street that sounded just like pistol-shots and Father hurried to the window

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