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ness, Then relief, joy, delight beamed
in her face.
"Oh, at last! at last!" she cried
and sank to a chair overcome.
Clive told his story circumstantial
ly. It was to receiveUn return the full
confidence of the lovely persecuted
girL A servant had stolen and placed
in the hands of scoundrels some forg
ed notes of her brother which her
father had once redeemed. They
had threatened prosecution, disgrace.
The noble girl who had been ready
to sacrifice all she possessed to pro
tect a reformed brother, clasped the
hand of her deliverer in heartfelt
Two such harmonious souls could
not fail to see the hand of a loving
fate in what had transpired. A closer
acquaintance led to deeper friend
ship. Chve secured a good position.
He found himself only one of sev
eral earnest -suitors for Miss War
dell's hand. But when finally he pro
posed he found that this time he was
surely "the right man!"
Take a greased needle and float it
in water. First lay on the water a bit
of very thin tissue paper and place
the needle on it.' In a short time the
paper becomes wet and sinks to the
bottom, leaving the needle floating on
the water. Owing to a phenomenon
called capillary the needles behave
very curiously. Some run to the edge
of the dish and stick there, while
some rush together and cling to
gether. Mirror. Game.
Take a candle and go alone into a
dark room to a looking glass; eat an
apple before it, and some traditions
say you should comb your hair all the
time; the face of the one you will
marry will be seen in the glass, as
if peeping over your shoulder.
P. S. If you are a wisp guy you
will be on the job when your best gul
starts out with the mirror!
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