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me. I wanted some of the little in
sistent flattery of absolute adoration
I got from the other.
"Poor Ellen, she told me she was
glad she was going to be the mother
of my child although that poor child
would have to be nameless. Poor girj
she did not know that her babies
would bear my name and inherit my
"It's a terrible mix-up, Dick, and
the best way to unravel it would be
for me to drop out of it all. Eliene
might sometime find a man worthy
of her and she could perhaps be hap
py m his love. I know by the light
. that came into her eyes that she will
always love and care for the boys.
"I've had a lot of time to think com
ing over, and God knows I have come
to see what a dirty dog I am.
"And yet, Dick, I haven't the cour
age to make way with myself. I know
that grand woman, who tonight is
mothering my motherless babies, is
mine and I want her, Dick I want
"Now that I have lost her, the only
thing worth having seems to be the
feel of her soft arms about my neck
and the light touch of her lips against
"No, old chap, I am not crazy, but I
will be if I think any more, so I am
going down to the smoking room
where there are more of my tribe. I
wonder if 'any man Jack' of them is
carrying such a load as I.
"Write me in care of my bankers
in London, and do if you love me tell
me about Eliene and the babies.
( i o Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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MUTTON, PEPPER AND RICE
Dice one cup of cold cooked mut
ton. Add one cup of cooked rice. Salt
to taste. Put two chopped green pep-
. pers into skillet with two tablespoons
of butter Cook untri tender. Add
meat and rice. Stir until well heated.
Beat two eggs into two tablespoons
of milk. Pour over meat and stir un
til eggs are cooked. Serve at once.
ROYAL MOTHER AND CHILD
SEEN IN SAME PICTURES
V ti. "
This Princess Blarie of Roumanla,
who is' noted for her own beauty, has
one of the most charming little
daughters in European royalty. Her
name is Ileana.' If there were any
question as to whether the beautiful
princess is proudjaf her bright daugh
ter, it would be set at rest after not
ing the number of pliotbgraphs she
has had taken with the small maid
in her arms or at her side.
Little Ileana is noted for her cun
ning ways, quick wit and absolute
fearlessness m gi-eetiug-and talking