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"Of what, may I ask?" spoke Pre
ciosa, half guessing.
"Of the day of my life when with
the loss of my hat there seemed to
follow nothing but good fortune
and the greatest blessing of it all has
been to know you." -.
He read her full realization of the
sentiment expressed. Her eyes,
quickly downcast, her brightening
color gave his soul hope.
"You have something to tell me?"
she said falteringly.
"Of the love I bear you," he re
"Then first let me tell you a story
and Preciosa did; of the straw hat,
and what it had led to, and she look
ed up penitent to find only the glory
of gratitude and love in his earnest
And every succeeding 2d of Sep
tember these two, man and wife now,
trim up the discarded straw hat of
the year and go over the blissful
memory of their first acquaintance
ship. (Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
A CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION
For the business girl doa't forget
the boxes of cold cream made after
the following recipe. You can buy
the boxes at the ten-cent store, fill
with skin food and tie them with
This skin food is used by nearly
all beauty specialists, and time and
use has shown it is much the best
ointment for preserving and soften
ing the skin:
White wax, y2 oz.; spermaceti, y2
oz.; landolin, 1 oz.; sweet almond oil,
2 oz.; cocoanut oil, 1 oz.
Take off the fire and beat until
cold, adding, little by little, two
ounces of orange flower water, into
which five drops of tincture of ben
zoin have been added. Be sure to
beat the ingredients coustantly until
quite cold. They must be of the best
and purest quality, and the druggist
from whom they are pui chased mast
weigh them carefully.
JACK LONDON TELLS A STORY
FOR OUR READERS!
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You know Jack London, don't
you? -Jack London, the world
famous author who has written his
wonderful way from the low jetties
of San Francisco to the crowning
position of the best sellers of all best
WeJI, this creator of "The Call of
the Wild" and "Martin Eden" is go
ingto have a masterpiece printed this
week in our great series of "Lamp
"A Day's Lodging" is the name of
this sharp etching of life this tale
that lays bare the primitive things
of mankind in that far country of the
frozen north I and where everything is
"A Day's Lodging" is an intaglio of
love and lure, regret and revenge.
BY JACK LONDON!
IN SATURDAY'S DAY BOOK!
"Is the gangrenous condition due
to the .inflamed condition of his ap
pendix?" asked the interne. "Hard
ly,' replied the old surgeon. It's
largely du&po the pair of silver for
ceps I 'mislaid last time" I operated
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