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man and he fell back prostrated,
with the words:
"Six days too late! I have lost
everything." Then he was awake and
sensible for the rest of the day, but
there was a set, hopeless expression
to his face that the experienced nurse
did not like to'seehere. When Miss
Tyrell came she told her of the in
cident In a moment Helen read the
situation and Its remedy.
"Mr. Weare," she spoke gently, al
most tenderly, as she approached the
bedside of the patient
His eager soul in his waited face,
Albion took her hand in a fervent
"Are you strong enough to hear a
little, a very little, about business?"
"I have little business left," he
sighed, but gave a weak assent to her
And then she told of the broker
coming to her, of redeeming the
stock just in time, of her supplying
new capital and the company was a
"You did this all for me," he chok
.ed out, because "
"Because you are my dearest
friend," she said, and her eyes were
fond and loving. "Oh! why did you
not tell me of your need for money?
Alas! I can help you no further, for
your discovery has made you very
What came of it all? Greater
wealth for faithful, patient Albion
Weare the added riches of the love
of a true woman.
ALWAYS AT IT
A wise man, being asked to give a
definition of woman, began: "Woman
is, generally speaking "
"Stop there," said his friend. "If
you went on for a thousand years
you would never get so near it
DANCING HAT IS THE LATESt
Have you noticed that at all the
smart tea-dances and after-dinner
dances the-young-girls wear dancing
hats? And the fashion-is so charm
ing it is likely, to last at least througn
the season.' A saucy dancing hat of
the shepherdess' type is. shown here.
It is made, .of- black- s'aiin trimmed
with black velvet chin' strap and is
trimmed only, with a semi-wreath of
gold and silver flowers set around the
right side of the, crown.' .
The evening coat "with which it Is
worn is lavender, velvet,'. richly bead
ed and 'tfi'mmedSwithlsable,