to be struck 'down by the poisoned
And while Harry stood in perplexity-Ijefpre
her, an awful relief in his
heartf'Laura came in. And Miss Cav
endish quietly went out of the room.
If Laura's kissesqomforted him
they also made him feel abashed to
the lowest level of humiliation.
"I read your beautiful interview,
Harry," she said. "And, do you know,
it makes me think you will rise very
high, when you can see so much in
auntie's writings. Many fine writers
have misunderstood her and her sim
ple aims but you didn't, dear. And
I am happier than I can 'tell."
And it was that uncbnfessed secret
which he knew he must bear aloue
thenceforth that made Laura's
prophecy come true.
BIG MAN FOR BIG JOB AT SAN
fllllllHt 'iv W&? i
One of the big men on the big job
of directing the San Diego exposi
tion is Col. D. C. Collier.
Col. Collier is first director-general
of the exposition and he has given
practically all of liis time and much
of his wealth to building the Panama
WIDOW OF FELS WILL CONTINUE
Philadelphia, Pa. The work of Jo
seph Fels, single-tax advocate, did
not end with his death. Mrs. Mary
Fels, who shared her husband's social
interests during his life", but kept al
ways in the background, has taken
his place and she will carry on his
plans for the betterment of social
Mrs. Fels is now making an ex
tended tour hvthe west in' the inter
ests of the single-tax doctrine.
o o ,
ZERO IN PASTIMES
Riding a wheel in slushy weather.
Carrying an umbrella.
Selling "insurance. '
Wash day. r -
Learning to play a violin.'
Living in the same square with a
violin. Indianapolis Times.
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