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poor, Ingenuous fellow was so earn
est, so pathetic, so contrite.
"And you really care for me a
poor, homeless schoolteacher?" she
"I shall neer love anybody else,"
declared Hawkins: "Say you forgive
me! Say that after I am gone away
you won't quite think me the wretch
ed sneak I have been."
"Why go away?" asked Mary
naively. "Why, you never asked me a
word about Miss Markley."
"No, I was too ashamed to think of
such a thing."
"I certainly forgive you," said Mary
with a fond smile. "Now for my con
fession: I am not Mary Douglas, but
Hawkins was thunderstruck. He
listened like one in a dream as the
young lady told how her tired out
friend had been sent by her on a
pleasure journey, how she herself had
sought a quiet, humble life, where she
could be with nature, and real friends.
There was a quiet marriage. Haw
kins did not write up the finding of
the missing heiress. He simply sent
to the Eagle the Wedding cards and a
fellow-reporter made a full column of
the mystery that had turned out to be
a first-class romance.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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Exposing. Cincinnati Enquirer.
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London. Princess Marina-Petrov-na
of Russia is to marry the crown
Prince-Paul of Servia if that enam
ored youth can tear himself away
from the feet of lovely Lady Diana
Manners, daughter of the Duke of
Despite his youth, Prince Paul's
unexpurgated record is not for pub
Only son of Prince Arsene Karage
orgevitch,. bred in a Turkish country
where human life has little value and
women's happiness none at all, the
coming'king of Servia is a European