A Bookful of Girls
"I suppose the woman meant that the child was her little mistress; did she not?" Blythe asked abruptly.
"That was what I understood."
"It's probably a romance; don't you think so?" and Blythe felt that she was applying to a high authority for information on such a head.
"Looks like it," the great authority opined. "I think we shall have to investigate the case."
"Oh, will you? And you speak Italian so beautifully!"
"How do you know that?"
"Oh, I'm sure of it! It sounds so exactly like the hand-organ men!"
"Look here, Miss Blythe," the poet protested, "yo