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friend in the so-called metropolis of the Middle West. So Tommy, not knowing that Billy had gone to St. Louis, looked forward to g' few pleasant hours with him between the time of the coast train'8 , arrival and the Minnesota train's departure.
The coast train reached Chicago about noon. It was Thursday noon, the twenty-third. Tommy hustled from the station to Billy's office, and there learned of the St. Louis trip. Disappointed, hd roamed the streets a while and at length dropped into the downtowa , ticket office of his favorite Minnesota road. He was told that every. thing for the night was sold out. Big Christmas business. Tommy. pondered.
The coast train reached Chicago about noon. It was Thursday noon, the twenty-third.
" How about to-morrow night?" he inquired. f "I can give you a lower to-morrow night on the six-thirty,"
plied Leslie Painter, that being the clerk's name. "I'll take it," said Tommy.
He did so, and the clerk took $10.05.
" I'll see old Bill after all," said Tommy. Leslie Painter made no reply.
In the afternoon Tommy sat through a vaudeville show, and at night he looped the loop. He retired early, for the next day promid to be a bise g one.
Billy got in from St. Louis at seven Friday morning and had been in his office an hour when Tommy appeared. I have no details of the meeting.
-At half-past eight Tommy suggested that they'd better go out and hlist one.
" Still on it, eh?" said Billy.
" What do you mean?"
" I mean that I'm off of it."
" Good Lord ! For how long?"
"The last day of November."
" Too long ! You look sick already."
" I feel great," averred Billy.
" Well, I don't. So come along and bathe in vichy."
On the way "along" Billy told Tommy about Ellen. Tommy-a congratulations were physical and jarred Billy from head to heels.
" Good stuff !" cried Tommy so loudly that three pedestrians jumped sideways. "Old Bill hooked ! And do you think you're going to celebrate this occasion with water?"
" I think I am," was Billy's firm reply.
" You think you are l What odds?"

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