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Btore and disclosed himself.
"I think you were silly in giving
away half your business to a spend
thrift," he said to Rolfe, "but it shows
you're good aU through. From what
I hear, I fancy you-will know how to
take care of a big store I've bought
for you at Maiden and the rest of my
fortune, when I get through with it."
Of course, Joel Benton got the lit
tle store as a generous gift and of
course Rolfe got Nellie, fortune and
bride being well worth waiting for.
(Copyright by W. B. Chapman.)
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Those dear old college days
When we were young and festive,
When all our youthful ways
Were somewhat rough and restive,
How light our hearts were then,
How full of warmth caloric,
When we were college men
. With humor sophomoric!
A O 1
Those dear old student days!
Within the college portal
Our deeds .might well amaze
The ordinary mortal.
We studied (now and then),
We danced, we burned up fences,
As is the way of men
When father pays expenses.
Those dear old college days!
What memories come thronging!
And 'many fellows gaze
Upon those times with longing,
And. they were full of glee;
We laughed and lived in clover,
But take it straight "from me
I wouldn't live 'em over!
A tiny particle of radium, worth
$1,500, has been stolen from a Van
couver, B. C, doctor. It will burn a
hole through the thief if he holds it
ls sex o'clock in America, says
Current Opinion, commenting on the
sex discussions that have invaded the
country. It's time something "was
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