She held it high above her head, looking round the room and back to his eyes again. "My home now, because my love is here," she said. "Mine and yours, and yours and mine and both the same thing, Harry, now." He listened smiling. Yes, it would be the same thing now. There they stood together for a moment, and together they sighed as they turned away.

But there was no trace of anger in Mr. Eylton's tone, as, kindly taking me by the hand, he drew me towards him and asked me my name. I answered as well as I could; and still holding the picture, remained in silent consternation. Mr. Eylton took it from my hand, and sighed as he bent a deep, loving gaze upon the fair face.

He might have been a guest to-night; he might have sat next to her, turned the pages of her music, and perhaps sighed love in her ear, all of which would have been very proper and conventional. Ah, if he only knew what was going on behind those Mediterranean eyes of hers, those heavenly sapphires. Had she any suspicion?

The Mock Turtle sighed deeply, and began, in a voice sometimes choked with sobs, to sing this: 'Beautiful Soup, so rich and green, Waiting in a hot tureen! Who for such dainties would not stoop? Soup of the evening, beautiful Soup! Soup of the evening, beautiful Soup! Beau ootiful Soo oop! Beau ootiful Soo oop! Soo oop of the e e evening, Beautiful, beautiful Soup! 'Beautiful Soup!

The one spot of colour in the office was an insurance company's calendar, and, even on that, the design was crude and the inscription little more than a dull list of figures. Jimmy sighed, pitying them all. He did not know that those who have never experienced the crude things of life seldom have any desire for them.

When she had left the room, closing the door after her with more force than was requisite to bolt it securely, Miss Jane sighed heavily, and turned to her brother. "Poor thing! She is so jealous of you; and it distresses me to see that no friendship grows up between you, as I hoped and believed would be the case. If you would only notice her a little more I think you might win her over."

But I am gladder than you can guess that you have chosen the life with me." "I could n't choose any other way; but I love her, I lover her ever so much!" Polly sighed. "I'm afraid she will feel bad not to have me go. Oh, I wish there did n't so many folks want me first Aunt Jane, and now her!" "It must be rather troublesome to be in such demand," the Doctor smiled.

With returning health Strahan's old sense of humor revived, and he often smiled and sighed over the misapprehension. Had he been fully aware of Marian's mood, he might have given his physician cause to look grave over an apparent return of fever.

He told me he had got it on the train from Chicago to see if it had his poem in it. He's an ingenuous soul in some ways." "Well, that is the very reason why you ought to find out whether the men are going to dress, and let him know. He would never think of it himself." "Neither would I," said her husband. "Very well, if you wish to spoil his chance at the outset," she sighed.

There's a whole lot in gaming a thing out. What we've got to do is to think he's going to make it. Once we give up, it will be all off." "You are such a help, Jim," she sighed, dabbing at her eyes with her little handkerchief. "And you're the best man." "That's right. I'll be the best man when we pull off that big wedding of yours and his." Her heart went out to him with a rush.