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CHAPTER NINE

The Editor of Home: An Exclusive Journal for Women would like to talk over a projected series of articles with Mr. Wellard at any time convenient to him. Mr. Wellard would understand that, while it was obviously impossible just at present to compete financially with more popular journals, it was hoped that Mr. Wellard would be sufficiently interested artistically to welcome this opportunity of putting his views before a select public. It might be added that Home: An Exclusive Journal for Women was entirely independent of the Newspaper Trusts.
The Secretary of the Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers hoped that Mr. Wellard would join the Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers. If Mr. Wellard cared to call at the office of the Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers, the Secretary of the Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers would explain to him the advantages which membership of the Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers offered to him. `Curious,' said Reginald, musing to himself among the coreopsis, `how customs change. It seems that if a new comedy is successful, the excited audience now shouts "Playwright! Playwright!" One would like to be there.'
Mr. Oswald Chudley was conducting a symposium (at the request of a well-known magazine) entitled, `How I develop my ideas.' Mr. Chudley would be greatly obliged if Mr. Wellard would let him have Soo words on this subject as soon as possible, together with a signed non-copyright cabinet photograph. `How do I develop my ideas?' said Reginald, gazing up at the senecio.. 'I don't know ... but I see now how Mr. Chudley develops his.'

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