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yond it in quite excited tones Ina -was
"The idea!" she cried. "Morris
Duane! Suggesting that I encourage
him, when I wouldn't lave him if he
were the last man in the world. We
are good friends, but he had half a.
dozen girl friends in the city, and he
isn't smart and he doesn't know how
to swim and I don't love him, and
I think it's a shame to pick out a
husband for me, as if as if I haven't
my own choice," and the indignant
tones trailed off into a sob and Ina
ran into a far corner of the garden
to weep, out her emotions alone.
"My troubled little one," spoke
Grantham, approaching her andJ
placing a trembling hand upon her
bowed head, "what is grieving you?"
and then, as her dear eyes met his
own, he lost all self-restraint "Ina,"
he spoke ardently, "I love you."
She clasped her hands across his
own irradiated with joy.
'Oh, I hoped it!" she breathed ec
statically, "and you ifever guessed
that I longed for you to' say it, all
FRESH WATER WHALES!
Conneaut, O. Old Cap Hazzard of
the Marquette-Bessemer car ferry
fleet reports a whale at large in Lake
Erie. He's going to drop a ton of
salt in the lake near Port Stanley so
the giant will feel at home.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Nov. 24, 1778. Shadrach Bond,
first governor of Illinois, born in
Frederick county, Maryland.
Age is not a state of the body, but
of the mind.
FOR THE GIRL WHO DANCES
By Betty Brown
The dance frock, has become al-'
most a "necessity of life." Here's
one that may be of silk voile or cob
webby lace the lines, not the ma
terial, give it distinction.
The model is delft blue velvet and
champagne color chiffon. The chif
fon is set in small pleats to give the
effect of a pleated waist. The yoke
is elaborately embroidered in metal
lic embroidery in half a dozen bright
The velvet forms two panels gath
ered in cartridge pleats at the waist
line and falling loose, to the hem of
the undergown. The Spanish 'scarf
is delft blue.