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directly, hut the results, the effects
"You surprise and interest me,"
murmured Professor Woods.
'"I--went back to my old ways, as
you kn.ow," narrated Tyler, 'but it
availed me nothing.'or I caught a
severe cold where the operation had
not healed up. I Jay in hiding and
misery for a year. That dear wo
man," and he motioned to Doris,
'-worked for me, slaved for me
through one helpless year. Then we
came west, and then I saw the true
light and I ama changed man."
"It is a wonderful, a glorious word
to report!" said Professor Woods
with deep feeling. "The .secret of
your great transition "
"Was love, such love and devotion
that came as a blessing,"- and Tyler
cast a fond glance at the smiling lit
tle woman advancing toward them.
"Yes, it was love love, and the
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
Beat the yolk of two eggs with one
half 'cup of sugar until light and
foamy." Peel and mash two bananas,
beat into sugar and egg mixture.
A"dd tiny pinch of salt. Add two cups
of milk and turn into pie pan lined
with rich pie crust. Bake in hot oven
until custard is set. When ready to
serve cover with meringue made of
whites of two eggs beaten stiff. Add
three tablespoons of powdered sugar.
Spread on top and brown.
Banana Pie No. 2.
Line a pie pan with a rich pie crust
Bake and' set aside to slightly cooL
Just when ready to serve , fill with
sliced banainas. Sift lightly wjth pul
verized sugar. Cover top with sweet
ened whipped cream and serve at
-q o v.
"I don't know what I should have
done if it hadri't been for you!" ex
claimed a' discharged prisoner to his
lawyer. "You'd have done time!" was
"FLEElNCTM AN FEARS' TO ' TAKE
BABY'S PHOTO WITH HIM"
. "Baby" Saxty.
Fort Smith, Ark., Jan. 21. "If htf
had only' taken the- baby's picture'
with him, if he had only followed his
first "impulses, the good in his heart1
would have overcome his sudden
temptation. . He would have come
back .home voluntarily and made
Fondling a crumpled, dusty pic
ture of a -dear -little eight-months'-old
baby in her shaking hands, the girl
wife of Clayton M. Saxty poured out
this pathetic faith tale, after "being
told that h'er "husband was missing,
and that $'&,3Q5 entrusted to his'keep
ing had also disappeared.
Mrs. Saxty had just picked the
crumpled photograph of their little
babe from' off the i flb.or. She believes
her husband jerked the picture from
the family album with the intention
of taking it on his flight
He (in a "rage) That man is the
biggest fool in the world. His Wife
(comfortingly) Henry, Henry, you
are forgetting yourself !