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Page 46 - I ought to do?" she appealed to Mr. Murchison, throwing herself on his honor. Her question transferred some of the wrinkles of her forehead to his and he hesitated, frowningly, before he spoke. " Look here," he replied, " I 've got an apology to make, and I want to make it before I answer you. When you first came in here, I thought you were one of those silly New York society girls who pretend to be innocent and helpless, because they think that 's the way to catch the men, but who really know the...