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one cooing contentedly in its downy
nest. As the child fell asleep, hus
band and wife stood leaning over the
Suddenly the iand of Mrs. Randall
Stole over and touched that of her
"John," she said, "I was all in the
wrong. I've known it for a long time,
but was too proud to speak."
"And I was hard, harsh, resentful,
3etty," he breathed remorsefully.
"Let me stay!" she pleaded.
"Here, where you belong!" and he
took her in his arms, and the little
stranger that had come to bless their
new life smiled in its sleep.
At her home the judge's wife smil
ed happily, also, next day, when she
heard the news.
"I found them a child needing a
home, a poor, little orphan, whom no
one can take away from them," she
toM her husband, and he kissed her.
and. loved her more than ever.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman)
P WHAT WERE YOU DOING AT 10:30 TODAY?,
"What were YOU doing today at
Were you putting through an im
portant business deal? Were you de
ciding on the safety and value of an
investment? Were you writing the
grand climax in your book or play?
Were you choosing a husband from
your batch of beaux?
Lucky for you if you were doing
any of these things or lucky for you
if you were deciding some other big
event of vital importance to you.
A scientific man, Prof. Prank E.
Lakey of the English high school,
Boston, Mass., who has conducted ex
periments in efficiency among 28,000
subjects, recently made the assertion
before the National Commercial
Teachers1 association at their con
vention in Chicago that January 15
dr June 15, at 10:30 in the forenoon,
is the very highest period of efficiency
during the year.
TODAY IS THE DAY.
What were YOU doing this morn
ing at 10:30? Can you offer substan
tial proof to corroborate Prof. La
"So you have been given the part
of the Bandit Queen in the amateur
theatricals. What's the mask for?"
"Oh, I have to wear that."
"M'm, that's so. Bandits are sup
posed to imagine their queen a wom
an of great beauty."
"Pa, I simply must marry a noble-'
"I have a scheme that ought to
suit everybody." .
"What is it?"
"You marrv a good American.
1 Then if necessary I'll buy fcito a titled