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    reasonable expenditure a ridiculous impossibility--an order of
    soup at fifty cents or a dollar, with a dozen kinds to choose
    from; oysters in forty styles and at sixty cents the half-dozen;
    entrees, fish, and meats at prices which would house one over
    night in an average hotel.  One dollar fifty and two dollars
    seemed to be the most common figures upon this most tastefully
    printed bill of fare.

    Carrie noticed this, and in scanning it the price of spring
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    Ames was looking away rather abstractedly at the crowd and showed
    an interesting profile to Carrie.  His forehead was high, his
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    had a good, wide, well-shaped mouth, and his dark-brown hair was
    parted slightly on one side.  He seemed to have the least touch
    of boyishness to Carrie, and yet he was a man full grown.

    "Do you know," he said, turning back to Carrie, after his
    reflection, "I sometimes think it is a shame for people to spend
    so much money this way."

    Carrie looked at him a moment with the faintest touch of surprise
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    over which she had never pondered.

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    "Yes," he said, "they pay so much more than these things are
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    "I don't know why people shouldn't spend when they have it," said
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