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across -the pavement. In another mo
ment her two darlings, brought by
Badein, were in her arms.
"I have brought them to you and
$5,000 from the generous don," he
said. "And, oh, dear lady! Those
dreaded footsteps "
"You mean" queried Leila How
"That the assassin, still seeking
the child, the don, carried a dyna
mite cartridge in his false limb. It
exploded, killing him. Lady, one
word more I love you."
She could not doubt him. She
saw happiness, fealty supreme in his
bright, earnest face, for the footsteps,
the dreaded ones, had died out for
ever! (Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
"Congratulate me. I have been se
lected as the leading lady's under
study." "Well, you have the underpinning
SEEING AMERICA FIRST"
How the Tourist May Popularize
Himself Wherever He Goes and In
sure Himself of a Warm Welcome
A Few Tactful Questions to Ask.
Cleveland "Oh, is this the Cuya
hoga river? I thought is was a
Pittsburg "I suppose you all were,
friends of Harry Thaw!"
Milwaukee "Don't you prefer the
beer they make in St Louis?"
New Orleans "Does the city al
ways smell this way?"
New York "Where does one go to
see the gunmen?"
Oklahoma City Isn't Tulsa the
capital of Oklahoma now?"
Seattle, Wash. "Does it rain here
more than it does in Portland?"
Salt Lake, Utah. "Won't you
please show me where the Mountain
Meadow massacre took place?"
Chicago "Why is it all Chicago
women are so ugly?"
San Francisco "I suppose you are
used to earthquakes, having them
every day or two?"
Topeka, Kas. "Where can a fel
low get a drink in this town?"
Minneapolis "Is Minneapolis as
large as St. Paul?"
Atlanta "Where did Gen. Sher
man make his headquarters in this
Galveston, Tex. "I suppose you
people are proud of Jack Johnson?"
Salem, Mass. "Where is the place
you people burn the witches?"
A PRIZE "BULL"
There is no place like the house
of commons for a "nice derangement
of metaphors." It will be a long time,
however, before we have a mixture
equal to the outburst of an effusive
orator, who said: "
"The British lion, whether it is
foaming the deserts of India or climb
ing the forests of Canada, will not
draw in its horns dr retire into its