Cadge thinks me still betrothed to John, so she affected to misunderstand.
Cadge fancies, I suppose, that by any mail I may get a big check from home.
"Some pretty cloak and suit models get big wages," said Cadge.
I went out into the warm and rainy night, but there was no Cadge at the Star office.
Cadge tried to speak, but could only point to the little bedroom.
And then the wedding; and the practical Cadge surprised us all.
This is the animal page of the Sunday Star and Cadge is in a hurry for it, to do the obbligato.
Cadge will call her nothing but 'H. the M.'—short for 'Helen the Magnificent.'
No sooner was she gone than I was summoned to the reception-room, and Cadge rushed to meet me.
She can do anything—sing, talk modern Greek and Chinese—Cadge is wonderful.