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He bathed, telephoned for his breakfast, and his favorite barber, dressed in a symphony of purple and gray, and set out for Broadway, pretending not to hear the " There's Conrad Green! " spoken in awed tones by two flappers and a Westchester realtor whom lie passed en route.
Green let himself into his private office, an office of luxurious, exotic furnishings, its walls adorned with expensive landscapes and a Zuloaga portrait of his wife. He took off his twenty-five dollar velour hat, approved of himself in the large mirror, sat down at his desk, and rang for Miss Jackson.
" All the morning papers," he ordered, "and tell Lewis to come in."
" I'll have to send out for the papers," said Miss Jackson, a tired-looking woman of forty-five or fifty.
" What do you mean, send out? I thought we had an arrange ment with that boy to leave them every morning."
" We did. But the boy says he can't leave them any more till we've paid nn to date."
" What do we owe? "
" Sixty-five dollars."
" Sixty-five dollars ! He's crazy ! Haven't you been paying him by the week?"
" No. You told me not to."
" I told you nothing of the kind ! Sixty-five dollars ! He's trying to rob us! "
" I don't believe so, Mr. Green," said Miss Jackson. " He showed me his book. It's more than thirty weeks since he began, and you know we've never paid him."
" But bell! There isn't sixty-five dollars' worth of newspapers ever been printed! Tell him to sue us! And now send out for the papers and do it quick ! After this we'll get them down at the corner every morning and pay for them. Tell Lewis to bring me the mail."
Miss Jackson left him, and presently the new secretary came in. He was a man under thirty, whom one would have taken for a

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