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"I won't take it," he declared, gain
ing poise now. "Don't you dare throw
it down to me, or I'll cover it up with
the dirt and nobody will get it Why,
that one stolen sight I had of you
and that dear old father of yours "
"Where? when?" "inquired Miss
He did not tell. Amid his new em
barrassment Rodney proposed that
they go and have a talk with Wells.
The latter suggested a division.
This Rodney staunchly refused to
confirm. Then, in a whisper aside,
with a sly wink, the lawyer sub
mitted: "Then make some joint agree
ment," and Rodney got a new
It was so precious a thought, that
it grew into deferring a settlement
until he had to go several times to
Mayville for a "consultation."
The "joint agreement" 'material
ized, for the last time he left that
little village Lucy was his promised
1 by Mme. Reichert of the Fashion Art
League of America. Embroidery ba
tiste is used in the model I've sketch
ed here, but embroidered voile or any
of the light summer fabrics would be
equally good. J
The bolera in the front shows a
vestee of plain white batiste, finish
ed with a row of tiny white buttons.
Egg shells will soften and whiten
clothes if used as follows: Wash
sheets as you have them and dry in
a basket When needed crush a large
cupful of the shells, tie them in a
cheesecloth bag and drop the bag
into the boiler with the washed
clothes, then boil as usual.
A pinch of baking powder is an ex
cellent substitute for soap when
washing glasses. It gives a flinty
To keep the kitchen knives bright
there is nothing as successful as the
old-fashioned bath brick, applied with
The secret of a sandwich is in the
making. Use bread that is firm, fine
grained and at least one day old.
BETTY BROWN TELLS ABOUT
SIMPLE SUMMER FROCK
For the high school girl and "sis
ter" who's a little bit older, a charm
ingly simple frock has been designed
The lapels are embroidered batiste,
brought down over a" belt of royal,
blue velvet ribbon. ' H
The sleeves of batiste and inser
tion bands are finished with a deep
cuff of tucked net An overskirt of
batiste follows the line of the bolera '
and at the back it is in one piece wiUlj .
the waist. " '