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v o . "v,?r?T x,.",'-''vir, v i-s ' '
amined the Billiken clock with any
precision, but now it was evident
that it contained a little phonograph.
That wretch Harry, .had not only
spoken into it, and setthe mechanism
to give forth the imprisoned sounds
at the end of the year, but he had
actually had it set during one of his
But her annoyance was short
lived. "Well, there is a difference," she
said frankly. "When I was an igno
rant girl I supposed marriage was a
world of blissful dreams come true.
It isn't that. But it is something
more. It is the making of a home,
and a life, of reciprocal duties, of af
fection that takes the place of love
and becomes sweeter. So I am not
angry with you, you dear old Billiken
I should hope not, said Harry,
starting out of his chair. "You've
said some horrid things about mar
riage, after only nine months of it,
but kiss me, Margaret, because you
are the sweetest treasure in the
whole world "
"Harry I" exclaimed Margaret, put
ting her hand over his mouth.
But a moment later he had com
pleted that part of the Billiken mes
sage. (Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
Farm women in all parts of the
country are contributing dimes to a
fund which will be used to build a
model farmhouse at the Panama-Pacific
Exposition. The International
Congress of Farm Women, of which
Mrs. Belle Van Dorn Harbert of Colo
rado is the head, will have charge
of the farm exhibit at the fair.
The amendment to the Ohio state
constitution which permits women to
serve on all state boards having su
pervision over women and children
was drafted by Mrs. James R. Hopley,
Bucyrus, O. It was passed as a refer
endum measure last November.
'TWO-GUNS" LIKES THE HIGH
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Shooting the
rapids in a canoe, skimming, thd prai
rie on the back of a wild antelope
will be tame and unexciting adven
tures now to Two Guns White Calf,
"big injun" from Glazier National
Park. Two Guns has been up in an
"Heap big bird, fly like eagle; Two
Guns give his gun for bird like that,"
was Lo's comment on the flying ma
chine that took him 1,200 feet in the
air above the Dobbs Ferry aviation
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needles, ' '