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I want to go home

Miss Imbrie- Mr. Connor- Mr. Kittridge, my beau- friends of Sandy's, George.

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Thanks, I've shaken quite a lot of coal dust from my feet in the last day or two

Isn't eh beautiful? Isn't it wonderful what a little soap and water will do?

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That's nothing to what's yet to be done with Labor relations

You ought to see him with the men- they simply adore him

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Oh- come on Tracy!

Oh, but they do! Never in my life will I forget that first night I saw you, all those wonderful faces, and the torch lights, and the way his voice boomed-

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You see, I'm really a spell binder.- that's the way I got her.

Except it was me who got you! -I'm going to out these two at the bridal table, in place of the Grants.

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That's a good idea.

George, it won't rain will it?- promise me it won't rain.

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Tracy, I'll see to that personally

I almost believe you could.

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Your guess is correct, Mr. Connor.

I'm just his faithful Old Dog Tray.

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Give me your paw?

You've got it.

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Look at the way she wears her hair, Tracy. Isn't it pretty?

Mighty fine

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It's a pretty kettle of fish when a man has to wait two mortal hours-

Papá- Dear Papá-

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What's that?

Didn't the car meet you?

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The car?

You angel- to drop everything and get here in time for lunch- isn't he mamá?

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I'm not one to jump to conclusions, but-

These are our friends, Mr. Connor and Miss Imbrie, Father- they're here for the wedding

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Dinah- Kittridge- Margaret, my sweet

Mother don't you think you ought to explain the new arrangement to Father before lunch?

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Awful sweet and thoughtful of you to ask me to lunch, Tray

Not at all.- extra place Thomas

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Yes, Miss Tracy

Miss Imbrie- Mr. Connor- my former husband, whose name for the moment escapes.

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Sometimes, for your own sake, I think you should have stuck to me longer, Red.

I thought it was for life but the nice judge gave me a full pardon.

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And what have you?

Do you mind if I go I'm with Mr. Connor, Miss Imbrie?

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Sandy's your boy

- Because I think he's such an interesting man

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You're a very bright fellow, Haven, I'll hire you

That's very interesting- but consistently interesting. We must talk more.

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I don't know how welcome I am, but after Sandy's note, I thought the least I could do was to-

Please go on in everyone, I want a word with Uncle Willie

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Well, daughter?

Well?

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Still Justice, with her shining sword- eh? Who's in the spot?

We are; thank to you- Uncle Willie