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Skinner's Dress Suit

By Henry Irving Dodge
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Skinner's Dress Suit, by Henry Irving Dodge, Illustrated by F. Vaux Wilson
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • Cover art
        • "I won't take your order unless you throw in that trout dinner"
      • "I won't take your order unless you throw in that trout dinner"
    • Cover art
      • "I won't take your order unless you throw in that trout dinner"
    • "I won't take your order unless you throw in that trout dinner"
  • SKINNER'S DRESS SUIT
    • BY
    • HENRY IRVING DODGE
      • With Illustrations
        • TORONTO THOMAS ALLEN PUBLISHER 1916
      • TORONTO THOMAS ALLEN PUBLISHER 1916
      • TO MY WIFE
    • With Illustrations
      • TORONTO THOMAS ALLEN PUBLISHER 1916
    • TORONTO THOMAS ALLEN PUBLISHER 1916
    • TO MY WIFE
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "I WON'T TAKE YOUR ORDER UNLESS YOU THROW IN THAT TROUT DINNER" . . . . . . Frontispiece
        • "IT'S COME AT LAST! SKINNER'S ASKED FOR A RAISE"
        • "THE GENERAL EFFECT DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT!"
        • "THERE," SHE CRIED, "YOU CAN CREDIT YOUR DRESS-SUIT ACCOUNT WITH THAT!"
        • "MRS. SKINNER, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ARCHIBALD RUTHERFORD, OF HASTINGS-ON-THE-HUDSON, ACCOMPANIES HER HUSBAND"
        • "WHY CAN'T I GO WITH THOSE PEOPLE," SHE SNIFFLED
        • From Drawings by F. Vaux Wilson
      • "IT'S COME AT LAST! SKINNER'S ASKED FOR A RAISE"
      • "THE GENERAL EFFECT DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT!"
      • "THERE," SHE CRIED, "YOU CAN CREDIT YOUR DRESS-SUIT ACCOUNT WITH THAT!"
      • "MRS. SKINNER, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ARCHIBALD RUTHERFORD, OF HASTINGS-ON-THE-HUDSON, ACCOMPANIES HER HUSBAND"
      • "WHY CAN'T I GO WITH THOSE PEOPLE," SHE SNIFFLED
      • From Drawings by F. Vaux Wilson
    • "I WON'T TAKE YOUR ORDER UNLESS YOU THROW IN THAT TROUT DINNER" . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • "IT'S COME AT LAST! SKINNER'S ASKED FOR A RAISE"
      • "THE GENERAL EFFECT DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT!"
      • "THERE," SHE CRIED, "YOU CAN CREDIT YOUR DRESS-SUIT ACCOUNT WITH THAT!"
      • "MRS. SKINNER, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ARCHIBALD RUTHERFORD, OF HASTINGS-ON-THE-HUDSON, ACCOMPANIES HER HUSBAND"
      • "WHY CAN'T I GO WITH THOSE PEOPLE," SHE SNIFFLED
      • From Drawings by F. Vaux Wilson
    • "IT'S COME AT LAST! SKINNER'S ASKED FOR A RAISE"
    • "THE GENERAL EFFECT DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT!"
    • "THERE," SHE CRIED, "YOU CAN CREDIT YOUR DRESS-SUIT ACCOUNT WITH THAT!"
    • "MRS. SKINNER, DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ARCHIBALD RUTHERFORD, OF HASTINGS-ON-THE-HUDSON, ACCOMPANIES HER HUSBAND"
    • "WHY CAN'T I GO WITH THOSE PEOPLE," SHE SNIFFLED
    • From Drawings by F. Vaux Wilson
  • SKINNER'S DRESS SUIT
    • CHAPTER I
      • SKINNER ASKS FOR A RAISE
        • "It's come at last! Skinner's asked for a raise"
      • "It's come at last! Skinner's asked for a raise"
      • CHAPTER II
      • HOW SKINNER GOT HIS RAISE
      • CHAPTER III
      • SKINNER'S DRESS SUIT
        • "The general effect does n't seem right!"
      • "The general effect does n't seem right!"
      • CHAPTER IV
      • SKINNER'S DRESS SUIT BEGINS TO GET IN ITS FINE WORK
      • CHAPTER V
      • THE OPERATING EXPENSES OF THE DRESS SUIT
        • "There," she cried, "you can credit your dress-suit account with that!"
      • "There," she cried, "you can credit your dress-suit account with that!"
      • CHAPTER VI
      • DODGING A MAGNATE AND WHAT CAME OF IT
      • CHAPTER VII
      • SKINNER AND THE "GOLD BUGS"
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • CHICKENS COMING HOME TO ROOST
      • CHAPTER IX
      • SKINNER FISHES WITH A DIPLOMATIC HOOK
        • "Mrs. Skinner, daughter of the late Archibald Rutherford, of Hastings-on-the-Hudson, accompanies her husband"
      • "Mrs. Skinner, daughter of the late Archibald Rutherford, of Hastings-on-the-Hudson, accompanies her husband"
      • CHAPTER X
      • SKINNER LANDS A CURMUDGEON
        • "Why can't _I_ go with those people?" she sniffled
      • "Why can't _I_ go with those people?" she sniffled
      • CHAPTER XI
      • THE OSTRICH FEATHER
    • SKINNER ASKS FOR A RAISE
      • "It's come at last! Skinner's asked for a raise"
    • "It's come at last! Skinner's asked for a raise"
    • CHAPTER II
    • HOW SKINNER GOT HIS RAISE
    • CHAPTER III
    • SKINNER'S DRESS SUIT
      • "The general effect does n't seem right!"
    • "The general effect does n't seem right!"
    • CHAPTER IV
    • SKINNER'S DRESS SUIT BEGINS TO GET IN ITS FINE WORK
    • CHAPTER V
    • THE OPERATING EXPENSES OF THE DRESS SUIT
      • "There," she cried, "you can credit your dress-suit account with that!"
    • "There," she cried, "you can credit your dress-suit account with that!"
    • CHAPTER VI
    • DODGING A MAGNATE AND WHAT CAME OF IT
    • CHAPTER VII
    • SKINNER AND THE "GOLD BUGS"
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • CHICKENS COMING HOME TO ROOST
    • CHAPTER IX
    • SKINNER FISHES WITH A DIPLOMATIC HOOK
      • "Mrs. Skinner, daughter of the late Archibald Rutherford, of Hastings-on-the-Hudson, accompanies her husband"
    • "Mrs. Skinner, daughter of the late Archibald Rutherford, of Hastings-on-the-Hudson, accompanies her husband"
    • CHAPTER X
    • SKINNER LANDS A CURMUDGEON
      • "Why can't _I_ go with those people?" she sniffled
    • "Why can't _I_ go with those people?" she sniffled
    • CHAPTER XI
    • THE OSTRICH FEATHER
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