"And did you see a girl with black pumps and white silk stockings and a blue tricotine dress embroidered with crystal beads?" The boys looked bewildered. "Don't believe we did," admitted Gilbert regretfully. "But one of 'em called a skinny girl 'Ada' and somebody is named 'Gladys." "Never mind the clothes," Bobby told him gratefully. "We knew those two were mixed up in this."
The social column of the daily papers stated that young Mr. and Mrs. George Benedict were spending their honeymoon in an extended tour of the West, and Grandmother Brady so read it aloud at the breakfast table to the admiring family. Only Lizzie looked discontented: "She just wore a dark blue tricotine one-piece dress and a little plain dark hat. She ain't got a bit of taste. Oh Boy!