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"Did you not know that these plans
were meant to be found when your
aeroplane fell in the enemy's lines?
And you, imbecile, why are you not
"I can oblige you, my .general," I
answered weakly, looking downcast
And yet it was war, and what is one
man's life in war?
Then I must have toppled over, for
suddenly, out of a fog. I saw the gen
eral's eyes fixed upon my face.
"You have done bravely," he said,
with that tone that goes straight to
a Frenchman's heart. He handed me
the roll. "It is useless," he said.
"But after the war you can frame
it as a memorial."
WINS TITLE OF PRETTIEST WOMAN
CHAS R. -
Mrs. Austin was voted the prettiest woman in the Texas panhandle,
as the old cattle country of Texas is called, and posed as Miss Liberty in the
big preparedness, prosperity and progress pageant in Amarillo, Fourth of
July. She raised a fund to go toward perpetual lighting of the statue of
liberty in the New York harbor,