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r Thursday to have a lo
ok at the youngster. I
have to go to the city
on business to-morrow a
nd can't get back until
Thursday. I was coming
over to-night to call
on you, but I have a ma
n coming to the inn thi
s evening--he called me
up on the telephone ju
st now--one of the men
who have taken my place
in the business; and a
s long as I have met yo
u I will just walk alon
g with you, and come Th
ursday. I suppose the b
aby won't be likely to
wake up just yet, and w
hen he does you'll have
to get his supper and
put him to bed. Is that
The Yates Pride, a romance by Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins, 1852-1930