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'My dear, he said, 'you must take that to the police. 'I'll send it to-morrow morning, says the charming Georgine, 'but I wished to show you my good luck. Of course nobody came forward to claim the bracelet, and a month later Madame de Versannes appeared at the Cranfords' ball with a brilliant diamond bracelet, worn like the Queen of Sheba's, high up on her arm, near the shoulder, to hide the lack of sleeve.

"You have to cross the ferry to Oakland. My aunt...ye know I ain't got any mother, so I always live at my aunt's.... My aunt an' her sister-in-law an' Mabe... Mabe's my girl...they all came over on the ferry-boat, 'spite of my tellin' 'em I didn't want 'em. An' Mabe said she was mad at me, 'cause she'd seen the letter I wrote Georgine Slater.

"Did you know, mother," said Jessica another day, "the Spencers are getting ready to go away?" "No. Where, I wonder?" "Europe," said Jessica. "I met Georgine yesterday and she told me. She just put on more airs about it." "Did she say when?" "Monday, I think. They'll get a notice in the papers again they always do." "Never mind," said Mrs. Hurstwood consolingly, "we'll go one of these days."

Well, by an extraordinary, chance the Marquise de Versannes aye, the lovely Georgine de Versannes herself had picked up this bracelet in the street by chance, as it were. "It so happened," said the Colonel, "that I was at her mother-in-law's, where she was going to dine. She came in looking as innocent as you please, with her hand in her pocket. 'Oh, see what I have found! she cried.

The story of her life and the history of Christian Science as told by Georgine Milmine in McClure's Magazine during the years of 1907-8 is final. It is based upon thorough investigation, original documents and an exhaustive analysis of facts. The facts brought out in the various litigations in which Mrs.

Then the Colonel went on to demonstrate, with many coarse insinuations, that that good Georgine, as he familiarly called her, had done many more things than people gave her credit for. And he went on to add: "Surely, you must have heard of the row about her between Givrac and the Homme-Volant at the Cirque?" "What, the man that wears stockinet all covered with gold scales? Do tell us, Colonel!"

Her plebeian, insolent little round face so kindly in repose. I respect Suzette far more than my friends of the world . When she left it was perhaps in bad taste, but I gave her a quite heavy four figure cheque. "For the education of Georgine Suzette." She flung her arms round my neck and kissed me frankly on both cheeks, and tears were brimming over in her merry black eyes.

"Did you know, mother," said Jessica another day, "the Spencers are getting ready to go away?" "No. Where, I wonder?" "Europe," said Jessica. "I met Georgine yesterday and she told me. She just put on more airs about it." "Did she say when?" "Monday, I think. They'll get a notice in the papers again they always do." "Never mind," said Mrs. Hurstwood consolingly, "we'll go one of these days."

I am then her Aunt so to speak the wife of a small shop keeper in Paris, you must know She adores me and I give all I can to St. Georges-des-Près . Georgine will be a lady and marry the Mayor's son one day ." Something touched me infinitely. This queer little demi-mondaine mother her thoughts set on her child's purity, and the conventional marriage for her in the future.

"I shall buy that farm for my mother I shall put Georgine into a convent for the nobility, and arrange a large dot for her and for me? I shall gamble in a controlled way at Monte Carlo ." "You won't marry then, Suzette?" "Marry!" she laughed a shrill laugh "For why, Nicholas?