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'You see, Tom,' he explained, 'it was I
who shot Elwell:' "
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
REJECTED SUITOR WHOSE NAME
SHE COULDN'T SPEAK
San Francisco, Ca!. Betty La
throp ran a soft pink finger lovingly
over the coroneted card of the Ger
man baron and then laughed
"Let you see it? oh, no, I couldn't
do that,''-she said. "You see, it's a
keepsake." And, besides, there's a
A story! Ah, indeed!
It seems Dan Cupid had woven a
romantic story of love about the lit
tle card. It involved a proposal.
Miss Lathrop was traveling in the
Orient and the Antipodes. In Hono
lulu she met the baron. He was sup
erb. Tall, blonde, virile, with blue
eyes that could transport a person to
dreams or pierce you with glances of
steel. His stubby little mustache
tweeked up at the points. Oh, he was
just just too beautiful for words,
was the baron. And how he could
make love um-yum!
But this is irrelevant and has no
bearing on the yarn.
The story is that he proposed. Oh!"
the transport of it!
And washeacecpted? Yes, he was.
What? Not accepted this power
ful Saxon lover! Well, why?
Why? did you say why? Because
the lady just couldn't pronounce his
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