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the. future Lady Kilmartyn re
There was Molly's house, and
yes, there was Molly herself com
ing down the front steps.
Heartsick at the sight of her
beauty and what it meant to him
now it was lost, he was about to
turn down a side street, when she
beckoned. Of course there was
nothing to do but join her and
walk by her side.
She did not keep him long in
suspense. "Did.he tell you?" she
"And What did that bear of a
city editor say?" T
"Oh, he was delighted. And of,
course I am, too. I conratulate
.you, JVliss- .Benson, i nat is, or
course I congratulate his lord
ship." . r
"It will be a fine 'scoop' won't
it? And there'll be another foe
you when it is broken off."
"Broken what?" gasped Billy.
"I said 'broken off,'!' replied
Miss. Benson calmly. "Goodness?
Billy, you don't suppose I really
mean to marry him? I just wants
ed to.give you a chance to- 'make
good' 'as you call it, with your,
AMERICAN GROUND IN JPERSIA
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The American Legation at Teheran, Persia, fronting on a "beau--tiful
lagoon. Here all Americans in the vicinity will find refuge if
the Persian disorders increase.
Now supposing you were a girl
and realizing it's leap year, you
proposed and the young man
smiled on your ' suit wouldn't
you be sorry you hadn't worn
your pink chiffon instead of that
shabby brown serge?