Leo Hunter's acquaintances are; it is her ambition, sir, to have no other acquaintance.'
Leo Hunter, that that remark fell from your lips, sir, she will indeed be proud,' said the grave man.
Leo Hunter greater pleasure, if her guests saw a gentleman of your celebrity in his own costume, rather than in an assumed one.
Leo Hunter, then, that she may confidently expect you and your distinguished friends?
Leo Hunter had not exaggerated the resources of Mr.
Leo Hunter in the character of Minerva, receiving the company, and overflowing with pride and gratification at the notion of having called such distinguished individuals together.
That Leo; he's the worst of all.' She leaned toward me with a smile.
Leo, in a low voice, tossed off some scornful remark in Bohemian.
`Always too fresh, Leo,' Ambrosch remarked with a shrug.
Leo always begs to sleep there, and Ambrosch goes along to look after him.'
I joined them, and Leo accompanied us at some distance, running ahead and starting up at us out of clumps of ironweed, calling, `I'm a jack rabbit,' or, `I'm a big bull-snake.'
She has a picture of you that she cut out of the Chicago paper once, and Leo says he recognized you when you drove up to the windmill.