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to be yours, but I want the world to
know I am yours that you are mine
and not one little tweeny bit of you
belongs to the woman who accident
ally bears your name.'
"As I read my heart grew cold. It
was too horrible that such "things
could be. Why just about twenty
months ago Jack was writing to me
that Mary was the one girl in all the
world the only one with whom he
could he hapy, with whom he would
be perfectly miserable, and here he
was telling some other woman that
it was all a mistake.
"Did you ever notice," asked Mary
when I did not speak, "how every
body thinks his God is going to
change the entire plan of creation
just for him?
"Here is this girl writing to Jack
that she does not think the 'good
God can be so cruel' to her. What
does she think her 'good God' will be
to me? How can she reconcile a
'good God' with what she and Jack
are doing and my unhappiness?"
"My dear," I said gently, "they are
not thinking of your unhappiness,
but of their own fancied happiness.'r
I saw her cringe at the idea. "Do
you know what I did this morning,"
she asked, "after I found this letter?
I took it and wrote another with
some explanations and sealed up and
addressed it to Jack's mother. I took
the letter out to the post box and
even lifted the lid to put it in when
I thought that it was little of me
to make her unhappy just because I
was and took the letter back home.
"What shall I do, Margie?" she
"I don't know, Mary, I don't
know," I answered. "I only know that
you have my whole sympathy and
that whatever you do I'll stand by
you to the end."
We kissed each other through her
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
When boiling eggs, wet the shells
thoroughly in cold water before drop
ping in the boiling water, and they
will not crack.
DREW'S DAUGHTER IN HIS RIVAL
New York. John Drew has only
one serious rival on Broadway this
season, and that's his own daughter,
"Papa" Drew is doing quite well in
his new play at the Empire, but
"daughter" Louise is doing a whole
lot better a few blocks up the street
at the George M. Gohan theater. In
the role of a French countess who
speaks perfect French and Bowery
English Miss Drew is running away
with all the honors of the new Cohan
play, "It Pays to Advertise" as well
as some of the honors that used to
belong to her distinguished father,