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"Angry at me for being late?" he
questioned in his jolly off-handed
way. "You won't be. You see, I was
at the jeweler's. The question was:
Should I have the inscription read
'P. L. to G. R.' or 'Paul to Grace.' "
"What are you talking- about?"
questioned Grace, but her tones soft
ened, for she half suspected the issue
"Inscription on the engagement
ring" airily explained Paul. "Was go
ing to lead up to It in our walk. Have
to bulk it all in a minute now. Must
know my fate tonight, now. Resolved
upon it. 'Yes,' and you take the ring.
'No,' and I fly abroad war, battles,
grave in the trenches, broken heart."
He held but the tiny circlet He
was so artless and persuasive!
"You odd, persevering mortal,"
whispered Grace sweetly "Yes!"
ANOTHER SHOE PICTURE REMEMBER, JUST
A SHOE PICTURE
THEVARADISE, an exceptionally smart shoe for summer wear. It is
ten inches high and is made up in a variety of ways. It comes in a black
kid vamp with white washable kid tops, in champagne and tan kid vamps
with white kid tops and also in all white washable kid, all pearl gray kid
and ivory kid.
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