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A DAY WITH CONRAD GREEN

high school teacher rather than a theatrical general's aidede-camp.
" Good-morning, Mr. Green," he said.
His employer disregarded the greeting.
" Anything in the mail ? " he asked.
" Not much of importance. I've already answered most of it. Here are a few things from your clipping bureau and a sort of dunning letter from some jeweler in Philadelphia."
" What did you open that for? " demanded Green, crossly. " Wasn't it marked personal? "
" Look here, Mr. Green," said Lewis quietly: " I was told you had a habit of being rough with your employees. I want to warn you that I am not used to that sort of treatment and don't intend to get used to it. If you are decent with me, I'll work for you. Otherwise I'll resign."
" I don't know what you're talking about, Lewis. I didn't mean to be rough. It's just my way of speaking. Let's forget it and I'll try not to give you any more cause to complain."
" All right, Mr. Green. You told me to open all your mail Except the letters with that one little mark on them "
" Yes, I know. Now let's have the clippings."
Lewis laid them on the desk.
" I threw away about ten of them that were all the same-the announcement that you had signed Bonnie Blue for next season. There's one there that speaks of a possible partnership between you and Sam Stein "
" What a nerve he's got, giving out a statement like that. Fine chance of me mixing myself up with a crook like Stein! Peebles says he's a full stepbrother to the James boys. So is Peebles himself, for that matter. What's this long one about? "
" It's about that young composer, Casper Ettelson. It's by Deems Taylor of the World. There's just a mention of you down at the bottom."
" Read it to me, will you ? I've overstrained my eyes lately."
The dead Herman Plant had first heard of that recent eye strain twenty years ago. It amounted to almost total blindness where words of over two syllables were concerned.
" So far," Lewis read, " Ettelson has not had a book worthy of his imaginative, whimsical music. How we would revel in an Ettelson score with a Barrie libretto and a Conrad Green production."
" Who is this Rarrie ?" asked Green.

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