"7oi,rqs1'' m-nlnrtanly exclaimed
Weston, and sprang to his feet. "Ex
cuse me. Miss Whittier, but I am
that is 1 think you have told me
"Something important. I will explain
later," and Weston "Bolted instantly
for the office of his chief.
For, in shadowing Greg Amory,
Weston had found tha't his sister,
Mary Amory, had mysteriously dis
appeared. His report of finding her
aroused his chief. Within a few hours
a grand climax eventuated.
The woman had managed to get
hold of the stolen jewels from her
brother surreptiously. She wished to
prevent his continuing in his evil
path, and had placed them in a safety
deposit vault, intending to find the
owner, when her accident befell her.
She recovered and shared in the
reward. The chief offered Weston a
permanent position, but Pay dissuad
For Fay sweet, loving Fay was
now his affianced wife, with the sense
and. ability to build dignified business
plans for his future.
By R. P. S.
With the Devil across the board
For, that's the game we play
Who'll throw the dice for the Devil's
With a woman to show the way?
An ace, or your soul is lost
And always the Devil's to pay
But a sporting chance is a sporting
With a woman to show the way!
It's the fair old, square old game
As the Devil himself will say
You win that's well! You lose
With a woman to lead the way.
THE DIFFERENCE '
The difference between a man and
a cake of yeast is that any cake of
yeast can raise the dough. Philadel
LAURETTE TAYLOR WORKS AS
. " REST CURE
Now York, N. Y. Having played
"Peg o' . My Heart" two seasons
straight, Laurette Taylor is tired, so
she is going to work some more
more work being Miss Taylor's idea
of rest.. Besides her regular perform
ance in "Peg o' My Heart," Miss Tay
lor will give three one-act plays each
Friday afternoon during the' spring
o o ' J'
THE SMART -IN ART .
"Do -you think an artist can really
depict emotions in hip pictures?"
"Well, I've often heard of, a fellow
drawing a sigh." St. Louis Post
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