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he drove' it ahead, picking out the!
smoothestpartpf the road.
' . He called at "the Morse home the
next morning toJearn good pews the
moment he opened- the garden- gate.
Viola was seated upon the porch con
versing with her mother, therefore
improved. These words floated to the
ears of the blameless listener! 4
"After yesterday's experience with
Mr- Martin, mother, of course never
before that, still no, for I love an
other." And, casting his mind about to
solve this riddle of love, Neal Dorman
guessed it out that he was a favored
One, indeed. -
He found it out to a surety before
herparted with Viola that morning.
'There were no further remittances
for Martin when that first thousand
had been dissipated, Redding bells
yere fmging the evening her slipped
away frpmjtown, in 'debt and out of
S0rts, but they did not chime -for
,p DIARYOF FATHER TIME -1
1 sawvby the papers the other day
that a Pittsburgh workman had turn
ed, but some malleable glass and so
Xtook a run over there.but found it
a mistake. You see, I was mightily
interested because I had seen the
Egyptians, hundreds of years before
Ghnstymake elastic glass. Yes, sir,
in.-those'days they made a glass cup
whose sides could be pressed until
they touched and, upon .taking off
the pressure, the-cup would resume
its former shape. What "wouldn't you
, fellow's of today give for a window
pane that yau could roll up and set
behind the door, or "a bathtub that
you could .fold and put Inr your grip?
Oh,- yes, I know very well how
those old Egyptians ' made "elastic
glassy but I'm not telling. If I divulg
ed the secret of this "lost art" . it
wouldn'tbe ten days before some few
of you fellows would have a corner
In. it, with the millions amongst ye
paying heavy tribute, as one of the
WHO'S WHO IN THE
BHlr y A H Ji
Reigns over the destinies of the
New York Screen Club.
Has been-abfoadTdon' cher know!
Fancieshinfsejf 4n.herpic roles, and
to tell yOii the truth-he 'heroes" very
welL '--.-; ,
His last big stunt js'the title part
in "Ivanhoe?' -Y ""
Lives down in? "New Yawk," but
has quite a London accent these
days, they do say. '
HadaTbanquet for him the other
day when he came back from over
yonder. But h'd vows his hat band
measures only an inch more than it
We should 'worry, though? He
dqesa't ' '
: o o -.jJ$
Giying" the children money" to take
to school to spend. on cheap candies,
cold drinks and bakery wagon foods
at recesses and noon hours is not
only -a foalisbut 'a dangerous
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