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he began, and then a second man ap-1
peared at the door. He took in the
"Come off, Louis," he said. "Mr.
Corrigan, this is a mistake for which
we owe you a goodmany apologies.
We had information which led us
to believe that well, anyway, later
news has come which shows us we
were wrong. We had our orders, sir,
and no doubt you will receive apdl
ogies from the proper quarter.' We
know your company is beyond re
proach. And I wish I had a few
shares in it," he added.
They were gone, Delia was stand
ing at Jim's side and they had just
exchanged their first kiss.
"As if you could be dishonest,
dear!" she said softly.
Jim looked at the packed suit case
and winced. In another minute that,
too, would have been examined. It
would have been harder then. He
knew that the inner shame he felt
must be his punishment for many a
year to come.
But when he looked at Delia he
knew that he would be given strength
to bear it
Beat the yolks of 5 eggs until
thick and lemon color, and set in
cool place. To the whites of 7 eggs
add a pinch of salt and beat until they
adhere to side of the dishr add 1 cup
of sugar that has been sifted 5 times;
add 1-3 teaspoonful of cream of tar
tar to 1 scant cup of flour and sift 5
times, fold the flour into the whites
then add the beaten yolks and any
Bake in tube pan in a moderate
oven 50 minutes. Invert pan and
BOLERA SEEN EVERYWHERE,
SAYS BETTY BROWN
The quaint little bolera is to be
seen everywhere it may adorn a
bridal gown or lend smartness to a
street gown, and jquite often it is the
distinctive touch on an evening gown.
' An evening gown designed by Mile.
Gertrude Chambers of the Fashion
Art League of America that arbiter
of smart styles introduces the bo
lera effect in a charming evening
gown made of soft black lace draped
over a foundation of white satin. The
jacket is of soutach braid, lace edged
with jet and studded with brilliants.
The jacket falls over a long panel of
black lace in the back.
Emerald green crepe de chine falls
from the waist line' over the flounce
at the sides and extends down to the
hem at the back.
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