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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 19

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train to a recess from, his company
which would give her time to consider
her true feeling toward the man at
her side. Her glimpse of aerial free
dom had given her courage and imag
ination. Besides, a little shaking
might discover the latest italics which
seemed lacking in Appleton's nature.
With a quick movement, her hand
slipped to the wheel, and under the
spur of an opportunity so evident and
appealing' she gave it the turn that
spelled the difference between secur-.
ity and catastrophe.
Ths road seemed to drop under
the car and the car from under her.
The next that she knew she was on
the grassy embankment facing the J
seat from which she had been precipi-' t
tated. She looked for Appleton, who '
had gone in a different direction. He ,
was rising from the water, dripping
but uninjured.
"How did it happen?" he gasped,
"Extraordinary She Murmureo. wasn't It Cretiitaoie of Both of Us Not
to Scream?"

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