Ically, feeling that his eyes -were
turned quizzically on hers. And all
the while she was repeating fiercely:
"I'm glad I did it. I'm glad! I'm
And suddenly she-elt his arms
about her, and his lips on hers. "You
are the girl, Claire!" he cried tri
umphantly. "Didn't you guess? Didn't
you know? Tell me you can love
me! You must, you must, Claire!"
"Oh, I do!" she sobbed, overcome
by the revulsion, "I have always loved
you always, Philip!"
NEW COOKIE RECIPE
j" By Caroline Coe
' Rock Island Cookies Cream y2
tup of butter or substitute with 1 cup
of light brown sugar.. When light
and creamy add 1 egg and beat 5
minutes. Sift 2 even teaspoons of
baking powder with iy2 cups of flour.
Add 2 tablespoons of sweet milk to
egg mixture. Flavor with vanilla and
a dash of nutmeg.
Add flour and baking powder, drop
from spoon onto well greased pans
and bake iriquick oven.
An old man nearly 80 years old
walked 10 miles from his home to an
adjoining town. When he reached
his destination he was greeted with
some astonishment by an acquain
tance. "You walked all the way?" the lat
ter exclaimed. "How did you get
"Oh, first rate," the old man re
plied, genially. "That is, I did till I
came to that sign out there, 'Slow
down to fifteen miles an hour.' That
kept me back some." Argonauts.
FINE FEATHERS THE FASHION
ON FINE OCCASIONS
Women who love fine clothes and
wear 'em find plenty of opportunity
to indulge their fancy this winter.
The afternoon gown, or the gown
that graces the matinee, is quite as
rich and elaborate as the gowns de-,
signed for ballroom or dinner party
The charming young persons pic
tured here is dressed for the matinee.
Her gown is green mirror velvet. The
short, fur-tnmmed jacket is heavily
brocaded in gold.
k-ifcwi-w, -... .A. j. m
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