Hartley, "and now, Mabel and Miss Fairfield, we must be going on."
RIDDLES AND GAMES
Much to Patty's satisfaction Mabel Hartley was in the habit of dining with her elders and was not condemned to "schoolroom tea."
The family was not large, consisting only of Mrs. Hartley, her mother, Mrs. Cromarty, her two sons, and Mabel. The sons, Sinclair and Robert, were big, stalwart fellows, a few years older than Mabel.
Patty liked them at once, for they were cordial and hearty in their greetings, and quite at ease in their conversation.
"I say, Mater," began Bob, after they were seated at dinner, "there's a stunning garden-party on at Regent's Park next week. Don't you think we can all go? Tickets only two shillings each."
"What is it, my son? A charity affair?"
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