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him to the home of an old lady -with
whom he had boarded during his first
palmy days in tie-city. -There she
was given in kindly charge. There,
too, Roy found a belated letter from
his uncle in answer-to-his own lov
ing, ardent, homewelcoming.
"Can I bring Lesbia with me?" was
wired an hour later and: the prompt
reply came: "She shall be as-my own
daughter." . -
So these two, wedded the next day,
went away from the bright lights so
delusive, so devouring, as to a rare
palace of dreams back- 6 the sweet
simple life that was lull of -smiles,
and tenderness, and love.
o o '
CISSY FITZ-GERALD'S WINK
L. MAKES HER FAMOUS
Cissy Fitz-gerald's face once seen
can never, never be forgotten. There
is something very fascinating about
it and her pictures in front of mov
ing picture theaters have proved to
be great drawing cards.
Her face radiates FUN and it is
pn that account that she is so very
famous. Cissy's wink won her fame
back in the days of "The Gaiety Girl"
and "The Foundling" and now that
she is with the Vitagraph Film Co.
she and her wink are more popular
than ever. The wink is just as en
joyable as her smile which is saying
a lot for the smile!
MAKE OVER YOUR OLD WAISTS
AND CUT DOWN EXPENSES
By Caroline Coe.
"Oh, woe is me," said one of my
young friends. "I find tnat my shirt
waists are not long enough to come
down to the low waist line and I know
that with everything so expensive I
just cannot buy any new ones this
"Let me see them," I said, "perhaps
we can fix them at little cost so ihat
they will conform to the prevailing
She brought out an embroidered
organdy, an embroidered voile, a
handkerchief linen and three or four
Each was of the short waisted '
variety and needed at least three
inches about the bottom to make
them wearable with the new skirts,
which are made for very long waists
"Now I'll tell you what to do. Rip
off all the belts and on the bottom of
the embroidered voile put this strip of
heavy lace which you bought at the '
sale yesterday. Let it come up the
full width in front and bring it down
a little narrower in the back.
"For the embroidered organdy get
a strip of muslin embroidery and fix
the same way.
"For the linen you can use some of
the same material tucked, and I am
sure that you will find enough bits of
lace or embroidery in your 'piece bag'
to fix the lawn blouses without any
A woman who has any sewing
sense whatever will be able to
lengthen her summer shirtwaists
with little or no expense and make
them prettier than when they were