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chosen the shade of her own shaggy mane. "All right, make it golden. And a merry Christmas to you."
He forgot to ask, the price of switches. He added up the rest and found that the total was $16.25.
" About seventy-five cents for the hair," he guessed. "That wilt make it seventeen even. I'm some shopper. And all done in,an hour and thirteen minutes."
He discovered Billy asleep in the waiting-room and it took him three precious minutes to bring him to.
" Everybody's fixed but the girl herself," he boasted. "I got books for most of 'em."
" Where you been?" asked Billy. "What time is it?" .
" You've got about thirty-three minutes to get a present for your lady love and grab your train. You'll have to pass up the office."
" What time is it? Where you been?"
" Don't bother about that. Come on."
On the ride down, Billy begged every one in the elevator to tell him the time, but no one seemed to know. Tommy hurried him out of the store and into a taxi.
" There's a flock of stores round the station," said Tommy. "You can find something there for the dame."
But the progress of the cab through the packed down-town streets was painfully slow and the station clock, when at last they got in sight of it, registered 5.17.
" You can't wait!" said Tommy. "Give me some money and tell me what to get."
Billy fumbled clumsily in seven pockets before he located his pocketbook. In it were two fives and a ten. "I gotta have a feevee," he said.
" All right. I'll get something for fifteen. What'll it be?" "Make it a wrist-watch."
" Sure she has none?"
" She's got one. That's for other wris'."
" I used your last card. Have you got another?" "Pocketbook," said Billy.
Tommy hastily searched and found a card. He pushed Billy toward the station entrance.
" Good-by and merry Christmas," said Tommy.
" Goo'-by and God bless you!" said Billy, but he was talking to a large policeman.
" Where are you trying to go?" asked the latter. "Souse Ben'," said Billy.
" Hurry up, then. You've only got a minute."

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