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Page 168 - I'd like, immensely, to read your autobiography. You always rather bewildered me by your veracity, and I fancy you may tell the truth about yourself. But all of it? The black truth which we all know of ourselves in our hearts, or only the whity-brown truth of the pericardium, or the nice, whitened truth of the shirtfront? Even you won't tell the black heart's-truth. The man who could do it would be famed to the last day the sun shone upon.
Page 184 - There had been a time in her life when she would have braced up and wrestled with any conditions that she greatly wished to change.
Page 216 - ... refinement among people engaged in this business. I congratulate you upon having a business so refining in its nature. I suppose I am here to welcome you to Denver. You are always welcome here. Of course, the hotel clerks have given you a radiant smile of welcome. I also am glad to see you and very eager to be of use to you in any way I can. I have been wondering why there is not some closer bond between the horticultural societies and the agricultural college. Now, if we get the bills through...