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to which she had fallen. Half faint
ing, she clung to the window curtain,
her eyes fixed mutely on the scoun
Suddenly the doof hurst open, and
there stood Sanford kindly Sanford,
now red with rage, and wielding a
"Get out of here the pack of
you!" he snarled.
With wonderful speed the blonde,
recovering, shot through the door
way, followed by the two confeder
ates. Sanford held Dorothy in his arms.
"There, my dear1" he said, strok
ing her hair. "I was to blame. I felt
uneasy and followed things up. Those
rogues had laid a trap for you. I
know. I know."
And, Tialf supporting her, he led
her from Bohemia.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
She stole the husband of her chum,
But woe her triumph rent.
The alimony reached a sum
That left him not a cent!
He stole the wife of his best friend;
But good, not sinning, wins.
To tote, he now must homeward
His second pair of twins.
He stole the girl his chum had wooed,
On his happiness she sat
A year of married life made her
A monstrosity of fat! t
PICKLED PEACHES "
Put 5 pounds of sugar to a pint of
vinegar, add 1 tablespoonf ul of cloves
and 2 stick of cinnamon into preserv
ing kettle and boil 12 minutes. Weigh
7 pounds of cling-stone peaches. Peel
only as many at a time as will fill one
can, drop the peeled peaches into
the hot syrup and cook until tender
but firm. Do not boil until they lose
their shape. Take peaches out of
syrup and put them into cans that
are set in hot water. Proceed until
all are cooked, then x:ook syrup down
for 10 minutes and pour hot over the
peaches. Screw on, covers and set
away in cool place. j
SHAKESPEARIAN ACTRESS WILL'
POSE FOR MOVIES
Mrs. Robert Mantell, formerly Gen
evieve Hamper, the actress, who will
be seen in a number of specially
adapted films under the direction of
the Fox Film Co.
Wipe a varnished floor once a week
with a soft cloth wrung out of luke
warm watery '