A GROUP OF men were sitting around a table at the Press Club in Chicago after having attended a banquet for newspapermen from different parts of the country. One of them, John Rolf, began to tell a story. Everyone at the table took an interest, for Rolf had spent seven years in Paris as foreign correspondent for the Tribune, and as editor for several local journals, the largest and most important of which was La Revue Moderne. He had come back with many fascinating stories about the Parisians which, if compiled into a book, would have made excellent material to rival even the best of best sellers.
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