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'secure the bare necessities of life.
The wagon man was to return to
neutral ground with his vehicle, and
Earl and the Durivages were smug
gled through in his-vehicle.
"To think of that dreadful past!"
murmured Elsa, as they set sail from
the coast, homeward bound at hist.
"Oh, what a messenger of joy and
hope you have been!"
A messenger of love as well. The
moon was smiling down, the stars
twinkled, the gentle breeze breathed
only of peace. He told her all that
was in his heart, and she kissed the
lips that spoke those precious words
THE GOING OUT AND THE COMING IN
,The long-coated suit of 1914 gives
The flare-skirted suit, with empire
waist line of 1915.
When the Algerian infantrymen,
otherwise known as TUrcos. are hard
presssd during hand-to-hand fighting
they climb tipes like monkeys and
hide in the leaves.
Prof. Chuhder, the eminent stu
dent of plants, declar.es that he knew
a carrot that got a jag On. That's
nothing. Stewed tomatoes are com
mon' at our boarding house.
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