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with the telegraph companies of the
world, wherebyj at a few moments'
notice, he 'could communicate with
, every port oh the planet, he had sim
ply, to give the short order: .
."--"Cable the ports.", ,
r-Then it "was only a question of
waiting foVGallay's yacht to enter a,
liafbor, somewhere in the .world, for
'fjfel and food!
"This harbor happened to be Bahia,
Brazil. "Reeling perfectly secure
Gallay, sure that he had outwitted
-Lepine and his men, sailed into" the
port and'ofdered coal! .
Andjvithin, fifteen. minutes, he was
under arrest,-together, with the wo-
man. varljr'$150,00(Cwas"found in
he cabin ! . ' ,t
Gallay "was taken back "to Paris
and only a few weeks ago, he com
plete"d,iis term, of seyenvyears. Mile.
MerellKwas 'acquitted-when Lepine
dicoVeredthat-Gallayhad begun to.
steal"from the bank, before he 'met
'her, and 'that It was only-on the boajt
that he had confessed to her that he
Tpas'a. thief. ,' ' ' . '
THE GHOSTLY FIRE FOR HALLOWE'EN
The-light the "ghostly-fire" produces'is rather.unearthly, and may ef
fect some timid children unpleasantly, hence' ifis moreadapted to older
children's Hallowe'en parties. - L " "'
Salt and alcohol are put in a dish, with a few raisins, and set on fire.
As, soon as the flame leaps up everybody clasps -hands and gayly dance
Uround the table upon which burns tie mysttefife.'' The' laughing eyes
9ind lips-look in'stfange contrast.to the pate'faces of 'their downers, from
which the-greenish -light takes every -.vesUgerofcoIbr.
The-dancers not prolonged for it is each -person's duty before the fire
is spent to snatch from the flames the raisins putn the dish.y :
" This can be done, if One Is' careful, without as inuch'as scorching the
fingers.' - , . - .
Babies need v water; frequently.
Their stomachs are so small that they
can take' a supply which will, last
"them "for a short time only. " The
"wdter they get in the milk they,take
Is'ndt sufficient.- - '
Women'employed in the Jextile ip
dustryJinGermany are, in a majority
over the 'men, there 'being 400,000
females as against 371,000 men. In
the clothing industry the women out
number the'men with-228,000 wom"
to 97,000-men. . " L .-
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