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I saw the officer, struck by a huge
fragment of rock, fall prone and lite
less. I saw the pack horse, blown to
atoms, go over the ledge into the
midst of the camp below. I heard a
shriek and ran back to my charge.
"You are hurt?" I criedsolicitous-
"No! No! But. you " and I felt
the warm blood trickling from my
forehead, where a flying piece of rock
had struck me. Then I hurried on
her horse and my own past the mo
tionless officer, away from the camp.
"What was it?" she shuddered, as
we deviated to a broader road.
She started and paled. Then she
insisted on binding up my wound
with a lace scarf. She kept close be
"And it was to shield me that you
took all the risk!" she murmured.
Within the hour we were safe in
friendly hands. All her disdain and
coldness was gone now. She seemed
to look to me for help. I placed her
in kindly hands.
Within two days I located her fa
ther and mother. She insisted on my
taking her to them. Then that I be
come their guest.
And thus it was that out of a great
war I won a bride no longer, how
ever, my dear Lady Disdain!
Sanitary dishwashing is as impor
tant as sanitary cooking.
When sewing a hem, measure and
mark by making holes with a big
Remember the bright sunlight in a
room with white woodwork will keep
the woodwork white.
Vinegar should not be kept in a
stone jar the acid may affect the
glazing and the vinegar become un
wholesome. Glass jars are best
Cold storage meat and poultry
should never be allowed to remain in
a warm room before cooking. All
cold storage foods spoil quickly if left
In warm temperature.
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