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looked pleadingly into her gentle,
"I must say it now," he said, "and
Tgo away, perhaps. It's in my thoughts
day and night my love for you.
Should I have told you, or, too pre
sumptuous, let me"erave your for
giveness for daring to lift my eyes "
"Dear eyes sweet, honest soul!"
spoke Eugenie, unable to prevent the
utterance. "I did not know it before,
but I have loved you all along. Oh,
She started up in confusion. A
tattered town boy had invaded the
precious spot unnoticed. He started,
but was all business.
"Your brother said you would want
this important letter," he explained,
and handed an unsealed missive to
He drew out the enclosure. At a
glance he flushed, then paled. He
gave a quick gasp and clutched at
the top of a garden seat for support,
as though overcome by some vast in
telligence. "What is it no trouble, I hope!"
murmured Eugene, solicitously.
"Only they have awarded me the
$10,000 prize for my monument de
sign," replied Vincent
"Only!" cried Eugenie, but joyfully.
"Yes," said Vincent stanchly.
"After gaining your love what else is
precious in all the wide world?"
SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
'V. V.'S EYES'" AUTHOR GUIffES
AMBULANCE IN PARIS
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Henry Sydnor Harrison, American
newspaper man, and author of "V.
V's Eyes," has gone to Paris to serve
the American Red Cross as driver of
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TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
By Caroline Coe
Drop Biscuit Mix 1 quart of
flour, 2 teaspoonfuls of sugar, 1 tea
spoonful of salt and 3 of baking pow
der together. Heat 1 cup of milk,
add 2 tablespoonfuls of butter, add 1
cup of cold milk and turn over the
dry ingredients. Beat briskly with
Drop tablespoon of dough on but
tered pan and bake in very quick
oven 10 minutes. Serve hot with
"I would make her my wife,"
Was the fond lover's sigh;
"She's the light of my life
But light bills are SO high!"
. Peoria Journal.