d the girl twice before he obtained any response. Then she looked up, and a wistful, tender smile lighted up her beautiful face. "I was thinking," she said. "Do you know, Walter, I have been thinking a good deal lately. I suppose I am naturally more discontented than most girls, but I am
getting very tired of this sort of life. Pleasure is so monotonous." "Ungrateful," Walter laughed. He came and stood close to tk on her fac
he speaker's side so that he could see down into the depths of her eyes, which were now turned fully upon his. "There are thousandquite oblivi
s of girls who envy your fortunate lot." "I don't know why they should. You see, it is all very well for me to go on like this.He addresse
It is all very well to be a fascinating mystery. The time has come when I ought to know things.