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i Their boat was drifting idly,
the sun shone above, soothing the
soul, and 4the sea was serene;
while she shewas sitting snugly
not on the same side of-the boat.
Then he proposed.
"From the opposite side of the
, craft she gazed at him calmly.
Then she spoke:
"As a matter of comtnon sense,
realizing that we are in.this boat,
on water which is morethan fifty
feet deep, and that if you were to
act as you should act if Iaccepted
you we would be-capsized, I will
decline your proposal at the mo
. ment but, George, row as fast as
you can to the shore, and ask me
again P .
.Yes, that girl will make a good
In Technical Terms.
Little Winifred had been very
keenly interested in gardening
vork all the spring. What spe
cially appealed to .her had been
the sowing of seed and then the
coming of the little plants.
One day mother took her to see
a neighbor's baby, who was just
ten months old.
"Babyshow the Kttle'girl his
toothie's," cooed the fond, mother
as she opened the little rosebud
"O o oh, mummy' squealed
Winifred gleefully, as' she saw
the- two little teeth just peeping
through the gums, "loolcl His
teeth are just coming up !"
o--o " .
The harpy ejigle of Brazil feeds
jevclusivelv on monkeva.