By Vincent O'Sullivan; Aubrey Beardsley
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The man dragged Orange to the street door, and gave the wretch such a powerful shove, that he fell on the pavement, and rolled into the g utter. And later in the morning, one who passed by the way found him there : dead before the squalid harlot's door. MY ENEMY AND MYSELF MY ENEMY AND MYSELF IN the garden, when I was a child, I used to stare for hours at the white roses. In these there was for me a certain strangeness, which was yet quite human; for I know tha t I was full of sorrow if I found the petals strewn over the hushed grass.
Then she seized him, and went through his pockets in an accusto med style, and found three cents. " What the hell do you mean by coming here with only this ! " bellowe d the woman, holding out the mean coins to Orange. She struck him; but she was very frighten ed, and went to the stairs. TH E BARGAIN OF R U P ERT 57 ORANGE. "Say ! T om-Tommy," she called; "you'd better come down and put this loafer out! " A great hulking man came down the sta irs, and gazed for an insta nt at Rupert-standing under the gas-jet, with the woman plucking the studs from his shirt.
Orange, you don't mean t o say you're out on a night like this! You must be much better-eh? " he broke off, for Orange had given him a gray look, with eyes in which there was no speculation; a nd the man hurried away scared and rather aghast. "These poet chaps are always queer fi shes," he muttered uneasily, as he turned into the Fifth Avenue H otel. Of the events of terror and horror which happened on that aweful night, when a human soul was paying the price of an astounding violation of the order of the universe, no man shall ever t ell.
A book of bargains by Vincent O'Sullivan; Aubrey Beardsley