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Grant -- don't approve of Jonas, because he laughs and jokes -- and because he evidently likes the society of frivolous me better than theirs.
Why should I care what a tow-haired person called Jonas, whom I never saw before thinks of me?
I had seen the REAL Jonas. I wondered if he could ever see the REAL PHIL -- whom NOBODY, not even you, Anne, has ever seen yet.
But she wouldn't mind having one hat or none at all, because she would have Jonas.
Could I care for a lank, poor, ugly theologue -- named Jonas? As Uncle Mark says, `It's impossible, and what's more it's improbable.'
It was in the stockyards that Jonas' friend had gotten rich, and so to Chicago the party was bound.
Scarcely had they gone a block, however, before Jonas was heard to give a cry, and began pointing excitedly across the street.
"Tomorrow," Jurgis said, when they were left alone, "tomorrow I will get a job, and perhaps Jonas will get one also; and then we can get a place of our own."
Jonas Oldacre then informed me that there were a number of documents--building leases, title-deeds, mortgages, scrip, and so forth--which it was necessary that I should see and understand.
Jonas Oldacre led me into his bedroom, in which there stood a heavy safe.
"Well, it corroborates the young man's story to the extent that the will was drawn up by Jonas Oldacre in his journey yesterday.
"`Neither my son nor I want anything from Jonas Oldacre, dead or alive!' she cried, with a proper spirit.