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Of Course She Knew. —She critically examined the gold sleeve-links which wore set before her. and then requested the clerk to show her another line. She decided on a pair, murmuring to herself : “ Yes, I’m sure he’ll like the.se.” "Do you care for any initials, miss?” queried the clerk. ‘‘ Oh, yes, I forgot,” said she. “I think I'll use his first initial this time. You may engrave the letter ‘U ’ on them.” “U,” repeated the clerk, as he wrote the instructions down. ‘‘May I enquire the name, miss, if it is Uriah or Ulysses? Names commencing with ‘U ’ are so very rare.” “ Eugene,” replied the young woman, proudly. The French prisoners of war at Zossen, Prussia, have started a weekly paper entitled ‘Le Heraut.’ The journal is produced entirely within the concentration camp, and is sold at one penny to the prisoners of all nationalities confined there.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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