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you know I cannot break my engage
ment to you." , ' ' .
"Marjorie, how long have you felt
"Always! And now that I have
dared, to speak..I am going to free
you. I can never marry ypu now
that you have learned the secret of
my heart unles& "
"Unless you ever cared for me."
. . "Marjorie, listen to me. I can learn
to care for you not for you as I
knew you, hut for the girl I have be
gun to know dimly in the past weeks.
Marjorie, will you let me try?"
"I supposed you can try," she mur
mured. "Charlie, you mustn't kiss
me nqw-that "
But lie did, and Marjorie's fourth
kiss was- quite different
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
HAS SHE MADE A MISTAC-E IN HOSIERY? NO!
SHE'S FOLLOWING NEWEST FASHION!
Did she get up late this morning and get all mixed up on her hosiery?
Well, maybe she got up late, but as to hosiery she is not mixed: She is 4$) I
wearing the latest New York frivol the mismated stockings.
You will see them in exclusive shop windows and on main thoughfares
soon, according to style makers.
Some fellows seem to think the I By eating a toadstool is another
wrong side of a saloon is the out- I way of finding out it wasn't a mush