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'fUPs' ' "?l wew 1
eyes was shining like two stars. And
her cheeks was like rosebuds.
"And I don't know how it hap
pened, -but suddenly the thought of
how mean Haversham had been' to
her, and how the "folks' had tried to
hurt her come over me like a blow.
1 took Lizzie's face in my hands and
I kissed it.
"That& all. No, that ain't al!',
neither. I forgot to say that when
Alf Perks come through this year he
saw Lizzie and he wouldn't go to the
show with any girl but her. And
they're going to be married next
month, if Alf can get a couple of
weeks' leave of absence."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
SWIM IN SWEATER! STUNNING NEW SUIT SEEN
THIS SUMMER AT SEASIDE
At Atlantic City the new bathing suits are made with "sweater" tops.'
A short pleated skirt and wool knickers and a sweater brought down tightly
over the hips form the most popular bathing suit seen on the long sandy
This suit is worn both by the bathers' and beachers.
Joe Holland. , " '
George Randolph Chester.
-MR. AND MRS. LOT
Old Abraham's nephew must not be
When we're searching.for woman's,
While it's true" thathe was not at
aU a bad Lot,
His wife was admittedly the salt of
the earth. N. Yf Sun, "
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