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and his voice into a little girl and sang "I lo-ove lit-tle kit-ty her coat is so warm! and something about "winking and blinking" and "My teacher ses I'm the best singer in Sunday School". And then one about a "dolly" (with a doll - whose head got broken) The "Twin sisters Abbott" were not much good. Then Chevalier sang "Wot's the good of Harry fink? - wh-y - "Nuffink!" and (in a funny plumb colored suit & light derby "Blue ribbon Jane". Something about "No thank you sir, I don't drink. But my she'd eat!". The first tsing he was dressed as an old man with a sharp crabbed nose &c. & the next a "Young feller" Harry Atkinson, the "Australian Orpheus" imitated every musical instrument, nearly with his voice - most wonderfully - Chevalier - in the much be - buttoned suit - wound up with "The old Kent Road". It was all over shortly after ten. Frank Davis was waiting and we all walked down together - Ned - Rose, Mary & I walked home. I read & wrote. Nov. 15th Sunday Staid home curled up on the parlor divan - reading this morning. After dinner - rather late - Mary met me in the park & we went over to Helen Davis' to call on Miss Nancy Stone, of Troy (A Swedish System girl) who is visiting her. Before we went Lura came - & Ned.


and his voice into a little girl and sang "I lo-ove lit-tle kit-ty her coat is so warm! and something about "winking and blinking" and "My teacher ses I'm the best singer in Sunday School". And then one about a "dolly" (with a doll - whose head got broken) The "Twin sisters Abbott" were not much good. Then Chevalier sang "Wot's the good of Harry fink? - wh-y - "Nuffink!" and (in a funny plumb colored suit & light derby "Blue ribbon Jane". Something about "No thank you sir, I don't drink. But my she'd eat!". The first tsing he was dressed as an old man with a sharp crabbed nose &c. & the next a "Young feller" Harry Atkinson, the "Australian Orpheus" imitated every musical instrument, nearly with his voice - most wonderfully - Chevalier - in the much be - buttoned suit - wound up with "The old Kent Road". It was all over shortly after ten. Frank Davis was waiting and we all walked down together - Ned - Rose, Mary & I walked home. I read & wrote. Nov. 15th Sunday Staid home curled up on the parlor divan - reading this morning. After dinner - rather late - Mary met me in the park & we went over to Helen Davis' to call on Miss Nancy Stone, of Troy (A Swedish System girl) who is visiting her. Before we went Lura came - & Ned.


and his voice into a little girl and sang "I lo-ove lit-tle kit-ty her coat is so warm! and something about "winking and blinking" and "My teacher ses I'm the best singer in Sunday School". And then one about a "dolly" (with a doll - whose head got broken) The "Twin sisters Abbott" were not much good. Then Chevalier sang "Wot's the good of Harry fink? - wh-y - "Nuffink!" and (in a funny plumb colored suit & light derby "Blue ribbon Jane". Something about "No thank you sir, I don't drink. But my she'd eat!". The first tsing he was dressed as an old man with a sharp crabbed nose &c. & the next a "Young feller" Harry Atkinson, the "Australian Orpheus" imitated every musical instrument, nearly with his voice - most wonderfully - Chevalier - in the much be - buttoned suit - wound up with "The old Kent Road". It was all over shortly after ten. Frank Davis was waiting and we all walked down together - Ned - Rose, Mary & I walked home. I read & wrote. Nov. 15th Sunday Staid home curled up on the parlor divan - reading this morning. After dinner - rather late - Mary met me in the park & we went over to Helen Davis' to call on Miss Nancy Stone, of Troy (A Swedish System girl) who is visiting her. Before we went Lura came - & Ned.

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