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plained, and he handed Eleasor with
the handbag the letter she had re
ceived from her father the day pre
vious. There was a queer twinkle in
his eye. She flushed deeply.
"It is just a-year lacking three days
since your fatliSr loaned me the
money to purchase the old mine, Miss
Wynne," he said. "It turned out a
heartless swindle, hut my defeat
urged me up to new efforts to make
amends to my generous backer. I
struck a new rich prospect. See,"
and he exhibited receipts from the
branch mint for over $50,000.
Brill saw her safely back to town.
He saw her, too, every day after that
during her stay. Then, the last eve
ning but one, he told his love.
"Dear papa," spoke Eleanor, home
returned a week later, after their
greetings were over, "you asked me
to find 'that scamp,' Warren Brill', for
you." . ,
"Well, I have brought him with me
to explain all about his terrible du
plicity!" And Eleanor west into the hallway
and beckoned to Warren Brill, and
led into the presence of her amazed
sire her future husband.
THE BELL AND THE ORGAN
One day an organ and a bell fell out
High words followed.
"You only ring when you're tolled,"
said the organ, proudly.
The bell calmly acknowledge its
"While I," pursued the organ, "will
be blowed first"
MAID DIVINELY TALL LIKES POS
By Betty Brown
The divinely tall young woman
should rejoice in the new postilion
gown, for it has all the grace of the
princess, yet it's less trying on a
slender figure than the one-piece
Although the public won't see it
for weeks to come. I had the privi
lege of sketching this "postilion"
suit designed by Mme. Alia Ripley of
the Fashion Art League of America
for a late autumn bride. It's made of
green cashmere de laine with the one
piece back forming the postilion. The
front of the waist fastens with one
button at the waist line, to meet the
box pleated panel of the skirt The
i-"v"lW' ALli RIPLtTlKll
sleeves of georgette crepe have a
double fitted cuff and the "choker"
collar and removable guimpe are of
thin ecru lace. Three tones of green
blend in the wide moire girdle which
opens at the side. The skirt has a
panel of narrow box pleats forming
the front and back, and the full cir
cular flounce at the sides are held at
the top by pockets.-