the empty yard of a factory and
she followed him.
"Listen!" he said fiercely. "I
am not ill only fighting with my
personal devil. You don't know
what a devil that is. It gets you
by the throat and gnaws at you
and fills your brain with evil and
our mind with misery until you
have yielded. Take all my
money." He -thrust the bills into
her hand. "Take it and go away
and be cured. The money will
save your life and I shall always
O !" she cried impulsively, "we
are both fighting losing battles.
You, too! I knew! I knew you
were suffering when I saw you in
"Losing" battles. What if he
should- fight again, fight to win,
as he might have fought if Edith
had stood by him ! A sudden reso
lution came into his soul and
nerved his will to steel. He took
her by the hands.
"Would you stand be me to the
I end, girl, if I fought to win?" he
asked, and she nodped bravely.
"Then," he said triumphantly,
"let us fight our battles together.
Not here, but in the west, where
one has a chance to live, or one
can die under the broad skv as
I men and women should die or
live. Will you?"
Suddenly the dirty factory. yard
had become an ante-chamber of
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
Never allow meat to remain in
paper, or in the kitchen, or it will
quickly become tainted.
HERE ARE A COUPLE OF
For Positions on Woodrow
' Wilson's Cabinet.
x. m. hvoe V.
Albert S. Burleson.
Four tablespoonfuls of tapioca
soaked over night in 1 quart of
milk. In the morning sweeten
to taste and boil till it thickens
not too thick- stirring all the
time. Beat the yolks and whites
of 4 eggs separately. Stir in the
yolks, then the whites, slowly.
Flavor with vanilla. Serve cold.
If stockings are very much
soiled, a little borax in the water
will quickly cut the dirt.
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