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prompt action of Dale, she almost
wept for joy.
"OhL" she cried amid her excited
relief and "delight, "tell the dear fel
low he shall kiss "the bride twice
or you can act' for me, dear," and
Nina ran awayjbiiishing.
The impromptu orchestra felt so
grateful towards- their kind hearted
benefactor of the morning, that they
made the bower a. palace of rare
melody that evening." -
As to the electric lights1 Ransom
Lamar took a back seat and the
young ladies made a positive 'hero of
Dale. The electric light people had
rigged up a baby dynamo, and by
blocking up Dale's automobile at
tached a leather belt to one wheel,
set it going, and the power thus sup
plied and the transformer did the
It was Dale who stood by Nina
side waving adieu to the departing
bride and groom at midnight.
And Nina "was "next" on the bridal
program, as Helen had hoped, and so
happy and perfectly mated with Dale
Everett, that Helen did not even re
gret that her brother Ransom was
not the chosen one.
(Copyright by W. Q. Chapman.)
"PERCY, THE IMPERSONATOR"
and. :yhite-will be among the
-bpjilar combinations this
- illustration- shows, .a white'
, .j mauewiin a pecuuariy-nuea
yoKe irom.wmcn. tne ,skux is garn
ered, making.- the . universal peg-top
effect. V '. '
There is a very: short' waist of the
white ratine under which is a soft
blouse of' ne. v
Velvet .buttons, collars, cuffs and
trimmiirgfor 'tfie- pockets give the
touches hi Vblaclc, and a yery small
black hat; with vjelyet-rosettes com
plete the costume,' " '- J"