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It's not a lie. It's a gift for fiction.

Eva Lee Rainey
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Positively the same dame.

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"What do they say about you?" Henry Irving asked the young Ethel Barrymore, who tells the tale in her memoirs.
"Oh, they say I look all right and I have this, that, and the other, but that I am always Ethel Barrymore."
"He put his long delicate hand on mine, and said 'See to it that they never say anything else.'"

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- Say, where's that two hundred dollars?
- That's just it. I went to lunch, and after lunch everything went black. When I came to, I had bought a dress.

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A woman's place is in the home, making money.

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