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tity yearns in its mindless, sensa
tionless way for its- mate "
though Schentzenfurth or De,
Riggerlied .would hardly attrib
ute yearning to a sponge"
The lady nodded, so enegeti-
cally this time that the professor
could not bring himself to finish
the scientific proposal, and rising
to his-feet, he clasped the lady to
him, exclaiming, "Q predestined,
undying heart -companion! O,
mate of the eternal geological
Miss Desmond aroused with a
start and rubbed her eyes. "Pro
fessor! Professor!" she cried,
"what in the world are you do
ing," you old'goa't!"
BOMBAY COTTONS TO KING GEORGE
"Hey, hey!" s-tammere$L the'
professor, "didn't you .hear me?"
' "Nope,'"replied the lady, yawn
ing. "I've been asleep. That
Greek dog book of yours is as
good as soothing syrup. But whajt-i
were you saying, anyhow?" f
The professor took his red ban- ,
dana and wiped his perspiring x
brow. "Oh, nothing nothing J
much' he stuttered. "I was J
merely observing that it would t
probably frGst!" o
At the corner he stopped to
read the entire second chapter of'
"Ancient Greek Dogma." It was"""
good rea'ding after the shattered
idyl. - a
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This photograph, just received, ,shows the welcome arch erected
to greet King George of England atBombay, England. It was made
entirely of bales of cotton, the staple industry of Bombay, India, pro
duces nearly a million bales of cotton annually.
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