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ried sister, because it was probably the last Christmas he'd be able to spend with her.
" But I'll hustle home from South Bend Sunday morning," he said. "And don't you dare make any engagement for the afternoon."
" I do wish you could be with us Christmas Eve. The tree won't be a bit of fun without you."
" You know I wish I could. But you see how it is." "I think your sister's mean." Billy didn't deny it.
" Who's going to be here Christmas Eve?"
" Just the people we had to-night, except Kathryn and you.
Why? "
" Oh, nothing," said Billy.
" Look here, sir," said his betrothed. "Don't you do anything foolish. You're not supposed to buy presents for the whole family. Just a little, tiny one for me, if you want to, but you mustn't spend much on it. And if you get anything for any one else in this house, I'll be mad."
" I'd like to see you mad," said Billy. "You'd wish you hadn't," Ellen retorted.
When Billy had gone, Ellen returned to the living-room and faced the assembled company.
" Well," she said, "now that you've all seen him, what's the verdict ? "
The verdict seemed to be unanimously in his favor.
" But," said Bob, "I thought you said he was so screamingly funny."
" Yes," said Edith, "you told me that, too."
" Give him a chance," said Ellen. "Wait till he's in a funny mood. You'll simply die laughing!"

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It is a compound fracture of the rules to have so important a character as Tommy Richards appear in only one chapter. But remember, this isn't a regular story, but a simple statement of what occurred when it occurred. During Chapter Four, Tommy had been on his way home from the Pacific Coast, where business had kept him all fall. His business out there and what he said en route to Chicago are collateral.
Tommy had been Billy's pal at college. Tommy's home was in Minnesota, and Billy was his most intimate, practically his only

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