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ns," he said. Tire woman did not
ma'rry the man after she came to
America, but before."
"What's that? What do you say?"
Norris shouted, leaping out of his
"She was already- married to him.
The interpreter did not altogether
grasp her dialect. So she never mar
ried the young fool after alL You
see," he added, "I was on the immi
For a moment the silence was still
more complete. Then we heard a
chair fall, and saw Norris walking to
ward the door. He stopped there.
"God bless you!" he said gravely.
"I'm I'm going to tell the girL"
FASHIONS AND SOME FADS
By Betty Brown
Dame Fashion must be in league
with some fur trust. Having put fur
bands on everything from picture
hats to petticoats, she makes further
effort to bankrupt us by decorating
silk dancing stockings with triple
strands of fur coyly placed at the an
kle. To be sure, one can live quite
happily without fur-trimmed hosiery,
but it sets one wondering where the
fur fad will loom up next
Although the ninety-and-nine are
wearing coats with high fur collars,
the particular woman selects a model
with a broad collar which rolls away
from the neck. It's fur-trimmed, of
course. Would one dare to wear a
collar that wasn't decorated with fur.
Every woman seems to be a law
unto herself as to coat lengths, but
the fashion censors the great de
signers who create the styles look
with favor only on the jaunty hip
length coat, and the coat of extreme
length. The "betweens" are frowned
To each pint of chopped oysters
and 1 pint of sausage meat and 1 egg
mix thoroughly, make into balls,
roll in fine crumbs and fry in deep,
hot fat Serve hot with horseradish.
TAILORED LINGERIE NOW A FAD
By Betty Brown '
Those hardy souls who wear lin
gerie under things all the year
around regardless of weather are, of
course, wearing tailored underwear,
as that has quite replaced the ruffled
and ribboned lingerie.
The model illustrated here is cut
in the simplest fashion in one piece,
and with but two seams. The hem-
stitched hems adds to its neatness. ,
Last night I -asked my wife if she
could recall our wedding day. "I wish '
I could," she answered. B. B.
Some folks are so chronically tired
that they want to rest on their lau
rels before they have won them. 1