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the family were discussing the future 1
plans of their guests. Miss Lester I
had just told of her desire to buy a
modest little home in a nearby sem
"But there are good-schools here,"
instantly chimed in little Idalia. "I
don't want to leave Uncle Alan and
my dear friends here."
"And we do not want you to, dear,"
said Alan, lovingly stroking the golden-haired
child. "Nor you, Miss Les
ter," he added impulsively, before all
of them. "You have read my heart
long before this. Will you stay as
"I shall never love any man as I
love you," said Mercy"frankly, placing
her hand confidingly within his own.
"To both of us this dear place and no
other could he home, sweet home!"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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Commander Albert P. Niblack, Bat
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Solver That's -what I saylLet the
women vote and don't coun the
CULT OF THE CAPE
Prominent among the season's fan
cies that have safely passed the ten
tative stage are capes. So the bug
bear to so many women of going out,
as the Americans say, "in their fig
ures" will not have to be met this
Capes are the most popular of
wraps for all occasions. If you wish
to be right in style, you must have
two or three of these useful articles
of dress ready for wear.
The illustration shows-a cape of
dark green duvetine made in circular
style and trimmed with black .sou
American investments in Mexico
are estimated at 51,057,000,000, but
.you needn't hide your pocketbook.
Most of it isheld by our railroad, oil
copper and smeljihg syndicates.