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"I wonder," he said, as he rode away in his cab, "how Drouet cameto win her."

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Within a day or two, Drouet dropped into the Adams Street resort,and he was at once spied by Hurstwood. It was at five in theafternoon and the place was crowded with merchants, actors,managers, politicians, a goodly company of rotund, rosy figures,silk-hatted, starchy-bosomed, beringed and bescarfpinned to thequeen's taste. John L. Sullivan, the pugilist, was at one end ofthe glittering bar, surrounded by a company of loudly dressedsports, who were holding a most animated conversation. Drouetcame across the floor with a festive stride, a new pair of tanshoes squeaking audibly at his progress.

"Of course I do," she answered.

In all her stay in the city, Carrie had never heard of this showyparade; had never even been on Broadway when it was taking place.On the other hand, it was a familiar thing to Mrs. Vance, who notonly knew of it as an entity, but had often been in it, goingpurposely to see and be seen, to create a stir with her beautyand dispel any tendency to fall short in dressiness bycontrasting herself with the beauty and fashion of the town.

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The manager was no fool to be led blindly away by such an errantproposition as this, but his situation was peculiar. Wine was inhis veins. It had crept up into his head and given him a warmview of the situation. It also coloured the possibilities of tenthousand for him. He could see great opportunities with that.He could get Carrie. Oh, yes, he could! He could get rid of hiswife. That letter, too, was waiting discussion to-morrowmorning. He would not need to answer that. He went back to thesafe and put his hand on the knob. Then he pulled the door openand took the drawer with the money quite out.

The man scarcely looked at him, fished in his vest pocket andtook out a dime.

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Fitting into this came another appeal from Miss Osborne, moreurgent than ever.

"Oh, that's it, is it?" he returned. "Well, you come on with me.Let's go over here to Partridge's."

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"You'll hurt your eyes," he said when he saw her.

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He took the part home to Carrie and handed it to her with themanner of one who does a favour.

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