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Impulsively Miss Harrison took out
her purse wherein, neatly folded, lay
five $100 bills. She had meant to pay
them for the farm that night. Now
she thrust them into the girl's hand.
"I'll give- you this for your soul,
Belle," she saidr "Will you and Frank
leave this city tomorrow, now, with
"Miss Harrison "
"I can get plenty more," the elder
woman answered. And she raised the
frightened girl to her feet and led
her gently out of the store. She put
her on the car and looked after her
till the car was lost in the distance.
"I wonder why," she mused, "you
can't have love and money both at
the same time?"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
FINE BUNCH OF GIRLS THE CZAR HAS
Czarina Alexandria'-Feodorona- (in center) and Her daughters (left to
right), Grand Duchesses Olga, age 17; Tatiana, 16; Marie, 14, and Anas
" . Boy to Farmer I want a bundle of
hay. Farmer Is it for your father?
Boy No, it's for the horse; father
doesn't eat hay!
The number of persons in receipt
of old age pensions in the United
Kingdom at the end of 1912 was
966,008, of whom 362,628 were men.