"Nash is not the kind that tattles. I'm glad he turned up." "And this morning I saddled and came down." "Did Nash go on?" "Yes, daddy was waiting for him, so I sent him along." "It's all sad business," groaned Mrs. McFarlane, "and I can see you're keeping something back. How did Cliff happen to know just where you were? And what started you back without your father?"

Hemphill, whose watchful eyes were gloating over the scene, then with a beckoning look towards Joyce walked to the back door. Joyce instantly followed her, leaving her escort in low-toned talk with the undertaker. "I can't say a word before her," whispered Lucy with a backward jerk of her thumb, "she tattles so! Nate used to tell me not to. But about I I can't send no word. He killed my father?

Same can be deposited for safe-keeping in the safe at office. Music. It is doubtful if in all its hothouse garden of women the Hotel Bon Ton boasted a broken finger nail or that little brash place along the forefinger that tattles so of potato peeling or asparagus scraping. The fourteenth-story manicure, steam bath, and beauty parlors saw to all that.

Runs off and tattles it all to some other "adviser," whose interests will be damaged if the advice of Number One goes through. It is a tremendous game, each foreign power striving to cut the ground from under the next foreign power and to gain the ascendency for itself.

'Their tattles all run, as swift as the sun, Of who had won, and who was undone By their gaming and sitting up late, When it was observed I entered into none of these topics, I was addressed by an obliging lady, who pitied my stupidity.

He certainly tattles prettily about tenses and terminations, and is not an inelegant grammarian." "Our literature, I think, is at a low ebb." "There is nothing like a fall of stocks to affect what it is the fashion to style the Literature of the present day, a fungus production which has flourished from the artificial state of our society, the mere creature of our imaginary wealth.

Now I cannot say that Hannay, the wife of Tyope, is really bad; she is not nearly as bad as he, but then Hannay is silly and allows him to make her his tool. Everything that concerns her clan things that he of course is not entitled to know she tattles to him; and she tells him everything else that she sees, hears, or imagines. I know it to be so.

Wine invents nothing: it only tattles. ILLO. He who is not with me is against me. Your tender consciences! Unless they can slip out by a back-door, by a puny proviso He is stark mad don't listen to him! Unless they can slip out by a proviso. What of the proviso? The devil take this proviso! What is there here then of such perilous import? You make me curious I must look closer at it.

A mausoleum to the hearth. And as true to form as any that ever mourned the dynastic bones of an Augustus or a Hadrian. It is doubtful if in all its hothouse garden of women the Hotel Bon Ton boasted a broken finger-nail or that little brash place along the forefinger that tattles so of potato peeling or asparagus scraping.

We Anglo-Saxons flame up indignantly when those we love are attacked, and we demand proofs. "Critica," that bane of Venetian life what this, that, or the other neighbor tattles to this, that, and the other listener, we dismiss with a wave of the hand, or with fingers tight clenched close to the offender's lips, or by a blow in the face. Not so the Italian.