But when she seated herself, she addressed Ilse on the other side of him, leaning so near that he felt the warmth of her hair.
"Ye must pay a pinny or Ilse put your forefinger in," says McCarthy.
But the next day the dog's master called again and complained of Ilse, saying: 'What do you think of this?
“You thought you knew how to live when you took the white veil,” said Ilse cheerfully.
At last Ilse and Elsa had screamed that Carl was coming, and in he walked with the prettiest story you can think of.
But Ilse sang some wonderful songs which she had learned in the Battalion of Death.
And the next instant the arm and the head of Ilse Dumont were thrust through the port into the room.
Estridge called up a taxi; and presently went away with Ilse.
In the ominous silence around her, Ilse turned and gaily surveyed the audience.
“An ex-soldier of the Death Battalion, comrade,” said Ilse cheerfully.