Three Men and a Maid
"Not with you, for I love you, James."
"Agreed, then. What do you propose to do?"
"I don't know. I leave it to you. I know too well that if you make up your mind you will have your way, for you are one of those. The first time I saw you in the Commercial Room, sitting at the table with a newspaper, four years gone, I said inside myself, ' There's a man.' From that minute you could have told me to do anything, and I would have gone and done it."
"Is that so?" asked Courthope, smiling. "Who would have guessed such a turmoil was going on inside the female mechanism! But now, you understand, Hannah action is the word! You see, of course, the salient fact of the situation in our favor. Marjorie and Philip Warren are in love; we must get them married in a hurry."
"Marjorie and Mr. Warren?"