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Winnie, with her fiancé, Philip, attends an evening of amateur theatricals, in the middle of which Winnie leaves him and, to his astonishment, appears upon the stage in a dance between the acts. Philip has a decided objection to seeing her appear in public, and after watching the dance for a few minutes his anger rises to such a height that he leaves the hall. After the entertainment congratulations are much in order, but Philip has not returned to present his. Consequently Winnie accepts the escort of four or five other young men and leaves the hall. Philip returns later and, finding her gone, realizes that his anger has made a breach. The next day he looks at her photograph, charging it with many cruelties, but the face seems to smile at him and Philip falls before the all-conquering curve of the lips he loves. He writes a note asking forgiveness, and Winnie upon receiving it, hastens to reply by messenger, but in ringing for the messenger she accidentally pulls the fire alarm. When...

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