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He had never had a chance.
A man can't tell a girl he loves her
with two, three or four people listen
But in the last of May there came
one never-to-be-forgotten day. "The
air -was balmy and fragrant. The
trees had on their beautiful spring
frocks of tenderest green.
"i'm coming around to take you
to the park," said Harry. .
I put on my white skirt and my
new pink sweater and tam.
"You are so sweet, dear," Harry
murmured, as we sat down on a
somewhat sheltered bench, "that I
am almost afraid of you!"
"Here here!" shouted a good
natured Irish voice. "Ye two turtle
doves better be takin' yersilves over
there under the light Ye'll be gittin'
into mischief over here and then I'll
have to run ye in!"
I felt my cheeks burn and Harry
turned pale. We did not move, how
ever, and Harry muttered something
about the parks being "built for the
Slowly the red 'and gold in the
west turned to silver and grey as the
pale crescent of the moon smiled at
us. All at once Harry turned to me
there was no mistaking -what he
wanted to say. Irresistibly I bent
forward and just as our lips met, we
were jerked apart.
"Didn't I tell ye ye'd git into mis
chief. .It's mesilf has order to run
ye in. No lalagagging in the park!"
I saw murder in my lover's eyes
and spoke: "Harry! Harry!" but I
was too late.
"Take your uglyhands off me," he
screamed, and struck out blindly.
Not until my lover was almost
pounded into insensibility was the
fight ended. He was dragged off to
JThe next day I read my name un
der the headlines.
away her head when 1 tried to speak.
The manager told me my services
were no longer wanted.
Harrj was sentenced for resisting
an officer. He seemed to feel I was
in some way to blame for his dis
grace. I never saw him again.
- will tell more of
her experiences trying to be courted
in The Day Book tomorrow and suc
ceeding days.) v
ALL THE NEW NEWS ABOUT
By Betty Brown
Fur crop Is ripe! Put on your cool
est dimity frock and your most door-die
air and go forth and buy your
Martin will be one of the smart
furs of the season The very dark
brown is especially pleasing to Dame
The size of your muff will depend
upon the kind of fur you use. In
mole, muskrat, ermine and other
short furs the small muff in football
shape will be correct But there will
be plenty of large, flat muffs in the
The price of furs is not going up!
Europe doesn't want our furs, won't
want them for many a day; the pelts
from Alaska and the northern range,
of states aje kept at home and sold
to home folks at reasonable prices.
GRAHAM BREAD '
One quart graham flour; quart
white flour; yeast cake dissolved in
1-3 cup milk; heaping teaspoon salt;
1-2 cup sugar; quart milk; tea
spoon lard. Scald the milk; add sug
ar, salt and lard. When lukewarm
add flour and yeast liquid. Beat or
mix thoroughly. Let rise until very
sporfgy. Do not knead; stir until,
smooth. Put into well-greased pans;
let rise to double size. Bake hour
in slow oven. ' -
In Russia there are about 86 pub
lic holidays in a year.
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