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"Ah, I have found him at last, dear
boy!" exclaimed the old man effusive
ly. "Hunted you up to suggest that
bygones should be bygones. Miss
Eulalie Berton "
"Regarding that estimable young
lady," interrupted - Alvin forcibly,
"that devoted hope of yours is farther
away than ever."
"Good!" cried Uncle Gideon. "I've
found her out a mercenary match
maker." "You see," continued Alvin, "I am
engaged to another."
"Not the pretty girl I just saw at
the cottage yonder?"
"The same," said Alvin proudly.
"Lucky fellow!" commented Uncle
Gideon. "I would feel it an honor to
make her joint inheritor with your
self of the fortune I so meanly denied
And then Alvin invited his enthu
siastic relative to tea, and Netta's rai
sin cake made the old fellow more in
love than ever with that charming
REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
NURSE YOUR BABY
Breast milk is always ready and
Breast milk does not have to be
prepared or measured.
It is nature's method and was in
tended for your baby.
It will make your baby strong and
It is absolutely free from germs
It is safer for the baby.
It is the only perfect food for the
Breast-fed babies seldom have
Your baby will have the best
chance of living if it is breast-fed.
MATRON OF HONOR NOT TO BE
OUTSHONE BY BRIDE
The June bride may be the center
of the picture on her wedding day but
the maids of honor and the matron of
honor "lenfl enchanjmeni jo ihg
view" with their pretty gowns and
picturesque hats and these gowns
for the bride's attendants are receiv
ing as much attention from dress
makers this season as the bridal
I saw a stunning gown the other
day designed by Mme. Marguerite
of the Fashion Art League of Amer-
Ti I Mr '
r? J3r II I
FT , 1 "
ica and it's to be wopi at one of the
late June weddings Orchid satin i3
used in its development, and it's trim
med with crystals, a crystal decora
tion outlining the tunic which i3
shorter in the front than in the back.
The waist is crystal trimmed and
crystals Jrim the litflgjaka tb back