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Into a court of law?" demanded his
"I'm sorry," said Geoffrey, humbly.
Suddenly the girl began to smile,
and then she stretched out her hand
and put it in his.
"I'll forgive you if you'll forgive
me, then," she said.-
And Geoffrey decided that it was
certainly a good business proposition.
NORTHWEST-BEAUTY OFFICIAL HOSTESS AT
CONSULAR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
MPS. EDGAR PROCHNUS
Though she is younger than many of the society buds she entertains,
Mrs. Edgar Prochnik, wife of the Austro-Hungarian consul of the north
west, serves as official hostess at all the public social functions of the con
sular department, which is located in St. Paul, Minn. She is an American
girl and noted for her beauty.
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TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 20, 1764. Major de Macarty
Mactique, formerly commandant at
jQUnoisxiied at New-Orleans
Clerk Is the shirt for your hus
band, ma'am, or do you wish some-
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