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you. That is a picture of Mr. War
ren, yes. He is your friend, that's
enough. He was mine. He saved my
family from starving. He started me
on the right path, but I got out of
work and desperate and to think I
was so near to robbing a friend of
his! I am ashamed, but I'll die be
fore I go back to stealing again."
He wandered on in his story now,
with tears, shame and contrition, and
Irene knew why Jasper Warren had
not kept his engagement the day of
the tennis party.
She did not wait for him to come to
her. She was glad of the burglar
episode as an excuse to go to him.
Warren at once identified the burglar
at John Little. The next day he told
v Irene that he had secured work for
Little, and believed he would aban
don his evil ways in the future.
He told her something else of his
love. And Irene Barton went home
and put away two of the photographs
in an old scrap book.
But that of Jasper Warren, her ac
cepted lover, she enthroned in a
pretty frame, and hung it where she
could see it last and kiss it last every
LONG WAIST LINE IS AGAIN THE
The brocaded satin gown illustrat
ed is from Beer's Paris shop. The
skirt is narrow and slightly looped up
in the back. Over it a loose kimona
waist is drawn in about the hips and
from it depends one width of the satin
gathered to the lower edge. The front
of the waist simulates a bolero. About
the bottom of the skirt is an old
fashioned ruche of pinked taffeta.
The same material is used for a ruffle
about the jacket fronts and sleeves.
The model of this gown was made
of King's blue satin with a black con
ventional pattern running over it.
Bunches of conventional flowers over
the surplice here and there are in
red, green and yellow
The long chain of beads goes fine
with a costume of this kind, and one
of amber would.be particularly hand
some 'with a sown, carried out in the
colors of the model.
So great is the demand for false
hair these days, the manufacturers
must needs think of some new way
to supply it And they have. Some
one thought of goafs hair. So now
it's a regular craze to convert goat's
hair into nulaiys goft, pretty curW