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the following dispatch from the
rriend he knew he could rely upon:
"Drawings, papers and application
filed. Caveat granted and later ap
plicants shut out." , j
The story was" all over the towr
forty-eight hours later. Burt was at
the Saxton home when an emissary
from the Walworth works offered a
small fortune for the valuable patent j
they had tried to steal.
Again Annette stood at the gate as
he left the house. Again her grateful
soul tried to impart to him the emo
tions his noble fidelity had aroused.
Something in her eyes held him,
some latent hope drove him to speak
once again of the love in his heart
that could never die out.
"It was only that we were so poor
it was only because I felt that you
were worthy of some one not so hum
ble " she began.
He checked her utterance with a
"My peerless one! My empress!"
he said ardently. "Oh, greater and
holier is the happiness of knowing
that you loved me all of the time!"
YOUNGEST OCEAN BATHER
San Diego, Cal., Aug. 8. Even the
girl bather must say farewell to the
admiring glances along the surf line
whenever 15-months'-old Tommie
Fuches waddles not crawls, mind
you onto the sands.
At times when other babies, some
other, are either cuddled in their
mothers' arms, or endeavoring to
navigate on the parlor floor, this
youngster can be found disporting
himself on the sands.
Little Tommie weighs only 29
pounds and is but 38 inches tall. He
could walk at a surprisingsly early
age, and his antics on the sands are
those of a child several times his age.
Some day his parents think he may
grow up to be a great admiral, an ex
plorer or adopt some other vocation
which will send him sailing.
At Venice last year the tiniest bath
er was nearly three years old and
wpip-IipH nlmnst SO r.ounds. Los An
geles papers made' a big fuss over the
youngster .the smallest bather, they
said, that ever trod tne sun une ui
v o o '
A- MUSICAL 'HINT
He Some tunes quite carry me
She Only tell me lone and I'll sing
it with pleasure.
German dancing masters, in con
vention at" Bremen, condemned the
tango and rag as "negroid."